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September 5, 2013

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Wishful thinking

(Continued)

If we’re going to educate voters, we need to get the facts. Please get to know the candidates so that you have a story to tell about your choice. As Republicans, we need to tell the story of the differences between the Republican and Democrat platforms. If a candidate aligns themselves with a party, they align themselves with the party platform.

We are the party that values life, that believes in personal responsibility, that believes that government should be smaller with less influence on our daily lives, that believes in a strong national defense and that believes in the order of law. Our principles create stronger individuals, families, communities and country.  Prepare to tell our story to educate voters. 

Next on our list of responsibilities it to turn out our vote. We can give financially to the cause and support the organizations that support get out the vote for Republican candidates. We can give time to make phone calls, go door to door or put out signs. We can host an event so that our friends and neighbors have an opportunity to get to know our candidates. Everyone has a place and a job in the election process. Every contribution of time and money matters, and we all suffer when someone decides not to participate.

It’s been a great summer, and now it’s time to go to work for the 2014 election season. If you don’t know where to start, come to a meeting or give me a call at 817-594-5029 or email zan@zanprince.com and ask for help. We need every person doing their part to make sure that we take back the United States Senate, keep the United States Congress, and keep Texas and Parker County red.  We can make a difference!

Happy campaigning!

Zan Prince, Chair, Parker County Republican Party

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