Monday, August 2, 2010

Campaign Update from Sam Olens

Early Voting Starts Today!

Early voting started today and runs through Friday. To find your local polling location click here:

Voter turnout is expected to be very low statewide. Every vote counts more than ever and we need you to help get your friends and family to the polls this week.

For an email you can forward to your friends email or forward this email to a friend and ask them to vote for Sam Olens in the run-off election this week or on Election Day on Tuesday, August 10th.

Final Week and We Need Your Help!

To fully fund our campaign messaging statewide we need to raise an additional $50,000 in the next 5 days.

It is imperative that we get Sam’s platform to Republican voters statewide.

Georgia’s next AG will make critical decisions in health care, water, illegal immigration and redistricting that will affect Georgians for generations to come.

Sam is the only candidate for Attorney General that has:

27 years of top-rated legal experience
Experience trying more than 150 jury trials
Knowledge and experience in dealing with Georgia’s “water wars”
A record of fighting illegal immigration
A record of governing with “sunshine policies”
A record of fighting for prayer in public meetings Please help us turn out the vote for Sam by contributing securely on-line today. Any gift, whether $2,500, $1,000, $500, $250 or $100 will help. Contribute Here.

175 Statewide Endorsements from Elected Officials

We are pleased to announce that Sam has received new endorsements from:
Cecil Staton, State Senator
Bill Chappell, Chairman, Carroll County
Burke Day, State Representative
Max Bacon, Mayor of Smyrna
Ned Sanders, Chair of Houston County
Liz Hausmann, Commissioner-elect, Fulton County and former Councilwoman, Johns Creek City Council.

For a full endorsement list click here!


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