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Ron Paul 2008
Each year, the Federal government expands and continues to grow far beyond the limits of the Constitution. The Federal government borrows well over 1 billion dollars a day simply to stay afloat. Alaskans who want change should consider Ron Paul on February 5th.
A ten term Congressman, Air Force Captain and Medical Doctor, Ron Paul has a long record of being the most conservative Republican in Congress. Ron Paul votes “no” all legislation that is unconstitutional.
Protect your right to bear arms. Stop the National ID card. End the IRS. Vote Ron Paul 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Tuesday, February 5th. To find your polling location visit www.alaskarepublicans.com or www.ronpaul2008.com/states/alaska.
Ron Paul Tele-Town Hall
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul will be holding a “tele-town hall” telephone conference with Alaskan voters on Friday, February 1.
The ten-term Texas Congressman and leading White House contender in Alaska, Ron Paul, will be taking live questions from Alaskan voters during the phone conference from 6:15 to 7:15pm AKST. Dr. Paul will discuss some of the main planks in his platform as well as take questions from undecided voters as well as supporters.
The tele-town hall conference with Congressman Paul is an excellent opportunity for Alaskans statewide to speak directly with their leading Republican presidential candidate. Anyone interested in knowing more about how Ron Paul will defend their individual liberties and restore limited, constitutional government to America should definitely make time to speak with the leading advocate for freedom in our nation’s capital on Friday.
Congressman Paul’s Alaska campaign is building on the heels of his second-place finishes in the Nevada and Louisiana caucuses. He is the only Republican presidential candidate actively campaigning in Alaska, with 2 offices, 11 field staffers, and 40 district chairs operating statewide.
Congressman Paul is also the highest-polling Republican presidential candidate in Alaska. In December’s KTUU presidential preference poll, Ron Paul placed first with 29 percent of the vote.
The Alaska Republican presidential primary vote will take place on February 5, 2008.
For more information on, and to participate in, the tele-town hall conference call with presidential candidate Ron Paul, please call the state headquarters in Anchorage at (907) 868-4878.
What if I have a question for Dr. Paul?
Those callers who wish you ask a question will be prompted to dial a code and wait in the queue to ask your questions one at a time. Please move through questions quickly and clearly so we can accommodate as many people as possible.
Upcoming Lit Drops
On Saturday, February 2 at 12:00 p.m., the Ron Paul Anchorage campaign headquarters will be coordinating a variety of drops with Ron Paul “No Taxes On Tips” literature to get out the vote and rally support and awareness within the food service industry.
The following day on Sunday, February 3 at 12:00 p.m., the campaign will be canvassing door-to-door with “Veterans for Ron Paul” literature in an effort to recruit military retirees and promote Ron Paul’s positions on the war.
To volunteer, drop by the headquarters at 3339 Fairbanks St. in Anchorage (behind the Moose’s Tooth) or call (907) 868-4878 for more details.
Monday Town Hall
“Who Is Ron Paul and Why Is He Trying to Save My Country?”
On the eve of elections at 7:00 p.m., the Ron Paul Anchorage campaign headquarters will be hosting a town hall meeting discussing the issues and positions of Ron Paul. They will also be providing an open forum for discussion and questions regarding the delegate process and preference poll locations.
Paid for by the Ron Paul 2008 Presidential Campaign Committee
Also see: Ron Paul Alaska