If we want Conservatives to run for public office, then we have to give the Conservatives who run for public office our support. So if you can make it, heed Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.
From today’s Cuccinelli Compass, here is an event you should attend.
Join Paul Ryan and I tomorrow in Springfield!
August 16, 2012
You and I both agree that now is the most critical election in our history. We simply can’t afford to continue President Obama’s policies of unchecked spending and borrowing against our children’s future.
That’s why I hope you’ll join me tomorrow afternoon for a Victory Rally with Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan. We want a team in the White House which will stand up to big government policies. We want a team which will stand up to the policies that have wrecked this economy and jeopardized our great country.
Please RSVP right now to attend the Victory Rally with me and Paul Ryan here. Seating is limited — first come, first serve!
The rally is tomorrow afternoon, Friday, August 17th at West Springfield High School. Doors open at 1:15 PM and the program begins at 3:15 PM. The address is 6100 Rolling Road, Springfield, VA 22152. Please contact TeamVA@mittromney.com or call (757) 279-8253 if you have any questions.
Unfortunately, all the cheering and excitement at tomorrow’s rally won’t be enough. We have to put in the work if we want to achieve victory in November. If you haven’t already been making critical voter contact, it’s essential that you get started now! Every day that we don’t have volunteers in the Victory offices or pounding the pavement, is a day we slip behind the other side. With only 82 days left before the General Election, we can’t afford to have anyone sitting on the sidelines.
You can find the Victory location closest to you by clicking here. The Victory offices are open Monday-Saturday 9AM-9PM.
If you have any questions, please contact my staff and we’ll make sure to get you started volunteering today! Our office number is 703-766-0635 and you can just email Noah@Cuccinelli.com.
Ken Cuccinelli, II
Attorney General of Virginia