Cain / Gingrich Debate in The Woodlands Texas on November 5, 2011

Presidential Candidates Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich will be in The Woodlands, Texas on November 5th for an in-depth discussion of critical issues facing our next President.

“This event is a response to remarks by Speaker Gingrich regarding his frustration with the format of the other Presidential debates. We believe this is   the best opportunity for candidates to have substantive discussion since the Lincoln-Douglas Debates.” says Bill O’Sullivan, a Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC volunteer.  The sponsoring organization is the Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC, located in the Woodlands.

Julie Turner, volunteer President of the organization, is enthusiastic about the potential. “One of our primary missions is to educate and inform people regarding public policy, so we are delighted and impressed that these two candidates are willing to take the time and engage in this format. We hope this will be the first of several events structured to give candidates the opportunity to fully communicate their visions for America. ”

The event will be held at 6:00 p.m at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center in The Woodlands, Texas.

For more information, and to purchase tickets to the event, visit

TexasPatriotsPAC.com

The mission of the Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC is to organize, educate and inform citizens regarding public policy, and to support the election of local, state and federal candidates who share our core values.

 

Uphold the Constitution               Limited Government

Fiscal Responsibility                     Free Markets

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