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North Carolina Gubernatorial Poll

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  • Jeff Palmer
    Here s an opportunity, courtesy of The North Carolina Conservative newspaper, to help build momentum behind a [relatively] libertarian GOP gubernatorial
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 29, 2005
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      North Carolina Gubernatorial Poll

      Here's an opportunity, courtesy of The North Carolina Conservative newspaper, to help build momentum behind a [relatively] libertarian GOP gubernatorial nominee.  Though it's far too early for an official endorsement, I would point out that, according to the RLC's Liberty Index (see HYPERLINK "http://www.republicanliberty.org/libdex/li2004_over.htm"http://www.republicanliberty.org/libdex/li2004_over.htm), Rep. Sue Myrick has consistently been among the most libertarian Members of Congress from North Carolina.  (Former State Senate Minority Leader Patrick Ballantine, the nominee the last time around, is a good guy, too.)  More than one of the other leading candidates is a Bible-belt social conservative with a disturbing disregard for liberty-related issues.  Click on the link below to vote.

      Jeff Palmer - HYPERLINK "mailto:jap@..."jap@...
      Coordinator, Republican Liberty Caucus of North Carolina
      HYPERLINK "http://www.rlc.org"www.rlc.org


      Governor 2006: The North Carolina Conservative conducting informal poll
      The North Carolina Conservative wants to know: if the Republican Gubernatorial primary were held today, who would get your vote?

      Patrick Ballantine
      Bill Cobey
      Congresswoman Sue Myrick
      Sen. Robert Pittenger
      Sen. Fred Smith
      Jim Snyder

      HYPERLINK "http://srv.ezinedirector.net/?n=1131773&s=31436723"Click here for more information


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