Read the Bills Act Coalition

Friday, April 24, 2009

BREAKING....Door to Door Neighborhood Canvassing effort for Bob McDonnell for Governor starts this weekend all over Virginia

Posted by MAXIMUS

Tomorrow is Saturday, April 25, 2009, and it marks day one of the door to door effort to elect Bob McDonnell as our next Conservative Governor. Pick one of the below locations and show up at 10:00 a.m. to join in.

We are the grassroots renaissance to take back the Commonwealth. We are the resistance. We are spreading the message of Bob McDonnell for Governor on the streets starting tomorrow.

Put down the remote, put away the lawnmower, skip the baseball game. Do what you have to do, but show up. Do you call yourself a grassroots conservative who wants limited Government? Show up tomorrow at one of the below locations and prove it.


Chesterfield County: Meeting location: , Hardees, 13736 Hull St., Middlothian, Point of Contact: Camm Tyler,

Chesterfield County: Meeting location, Joe's Inn, 2616 Buford Rd, Richmond, Point of Contact: Jennifer Aulgur/ Julie Coggsdale,

Colonial Heights City: Meeting location, Delegate Cox Office, 250 B East Ellerslie, Colonial Heights, VA 23834 Point of Contact Lindsay Fisher

Henrico County: Meeting location, Panera Bread-Virginia Center Commons, 9960 Brook Road, Glen Allen, VA 23059 Point of Contact: Annie Celotto,

Henrico County: Meeting location, Del. John O'Bannon Campaign HQ, 8501 Mayland Dr. St 107, Richmond, VA 23294 Point of Contact: Archer McGiffin,

Hanover County: Meeting location, Cold Harbor Elementary School, 6740 Cold Harbor Rd., Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Point of Contact: Lee Mitchell

Hanover County: Meeting location, Kings Charter Clubhouse, 9407 Kings Charter Drive, Mechanicsville, VA 23116 Point of Contact: Mary Douglas Rice

New Kent County: Meeting location, McDonald's, At Rt. 60 and I-64 Intersection, Quinton, VA 23141 Point of Contact: Debbie Gingras/ Julie Coggsdale,

Loudoun County: Meeting location, Seldens Landing Elementary School, 43345 Coton Commons Drive, Leesburg, Point of Contact: Mary Ann Cannon

Loudoun County: Meeting location, Tom Seemam's Home, 752 Vanderbilt Terrace, Leesburg, Point of Contact: Mary Ann Cannon

Prince William County: Meeting location, Antietam Elementary School, 12000 Antietam Rd., Woodbridge, VA 22192 Point of Contact: : Adam Zubowsky,

Fairfax County: Meeting location, Cub Run Elementary School, 5301 Sully Station Dr., Centreville, Point of Contact: Tim Edson,

Fairfax County: Meeting location, Giant Grocery Store, 359 Maple Avenue East, Vienna, Point of Contact: : Darius Bearacat,

Fairfax County: Meeting location, Fairfax County Republican Committee HQ, 4246 Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax, Point of Contact: Adam Zubowsky,

Virginia Beach City: Meeting location, Crowne Plaza, 4453 Bonney Road, Virginia Beach, Point of Contact: Erika Fischer,

Newport News City: Meeting location, Point Plaza, 950 J. Clyde Morris Blvd., Newport News, Point of Contact: Erika Fischer,

Portsmouth City: Meeting location, BB&T Bank, 5515 Portsmouth Blvd, Portsmouth, Point of Contact: Erika Fischer,

Chesapeake City: Meeting location, Chesapeake Republican HQ, 124 S. Battlefield Blvd., Chesapeake, VA 23322 Point of Contact: O.T Holton,

Chesapeake City: Meeting location, 2813 E. Meadow Wood Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23321
Point of Contact: Will McCraw,

Lynchburg City: Meeting location, Public Library, 2315 Memorial Ave., Lynchburg, Point of Contact: Trixie Averil,

Montgomery County: Meeting location, 1210 S. Jefferson Forest Ln., Blacksburg, VA 24060
POC: Trixie Averil,

Isle of Wight County: Meeting location: 3036 Nike Park Road, Carrollton, VAPOC: Rick Morris,

All walks will begin at 10am.


Anonymous said...

I'm very worried about this unemployment issue. I think we made a big political mistake with this. And we don't seem to be breaking into the media coverage with any plan of our own.

ccMinimus said...

The GOP expanded benefits by 13 weeks and approved legislation to allow the unemployed to have 65% of their health insurance paid for.

What else is it exactly that you think they should do?

James said...

Well the TV news and most of the papers are in the tank for the Democrats so it isn't as if McDonnell is going to get a fair deal from them. The best cure for unemployment is a job and that is exactly what Bob McDonnell is talking about.