Amherst Presidential Caucus Tonight

Written by James Ostrowski on February 23, 2012 – 10:38 am -

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Buffalo, NY, Feb. 12, 2012. The WNY Presidential campaign commences tonight with the Amherst Presidential Caucus.

Four Guest Speakers will discuss and explain the position of the Republican Presidential Candidate of whom they support on specific hot button issues.

Speakers include:

Kevin Hardwick: Representing Rick Santorum
Russ Gugino: Representing Newt Gingrich
Emilio Colaiacovo: Representing Mitt Romney
Jim Ostrowski: Representing Dr. Ron Paul

A panel, consisting of individuals representing the small business community, homeowners, healthcare & veteran issues will present questions to the speakers.

Panel Includes:
Dr. Patrick Welch (Erie County Veteran Services), Dr. Ellen M. Dewind (Amherst Republican Women), Ikram Massabini (MVP Network & Consulting).

Event Moderator: Larry Hunter

Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012

Time: 7PM – 830PM

Location: Main Transit Fire Hall – 6777 Main Street

Seat Reservations: FaceBook Page: Amherst GOP Presidential Caucus or E-Mail AmherstCaucus@Yahoo.com

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5 Comments to “Amherst Presidential Caucus Tonight”

  1. Presidential Caucus in Upstate NY « LewRockwell.com Blog Says:

    [...] Presidential Caucus, the unofficial start of the New York primary campaign in Western New York. Details here. You may need a reservation. Here's an excerpt of my remarks: Before we get into the issues, I [...]

  2. mike kellyNo Gravatar Says:

    Sounds like a lively evening. Knock em dead Jim!

  3. Bankrupt and Clinically Depressed IdeologueNo Gravatar Says:

    Hardwick for Santorum? Whaaa!?!?!?!?!

  4. Bankrupt and Clinically Depressed IdeologueNo Gravatar Says:

    Is Hardwick a Zionist neoconservative too? Any comment on the Christian communties wiped out in the middle east due to wars for global democracy?

  5. JimNo Gravatar Says:

    They were the wrong kind of Christians.

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