Florida Whig Party Congressional Candidate Paul McKain Launches Series Of Town Hall Meetings

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Paul McKain (FWP)
Florida Whig Party’s
Second Congressional Candidate
Launches Series Of Town Hall Meetings

Florida’s Second US House of Representatives candidate Paul C. McKain kicks off a 14 county town hall tour this week.

Tallahassee, Florida (Monday September 07, 2009) – Second Congressional district candidate, Paul C. McKain, announced a 14 part series of town hall meetings on his website beginning on September 9th in Bay County. The town hall meetings are intended to be a reply to Congressmen Allen Boyd’s meeting held during the last couple of weeks with the purpose of addressing all of the largest issues facing the voters of the second district, including Health care.

Dates, time, and locations are as follows:

September 9th (Bay County)
Comfort Inn and Conference Center
1013 East 23rd St.
Panama City, FL, 32405
6:00PM-7:15PM CDT

September 15th (Dixie County)
Cross City Woman’s Club
296 N.E. 134th St.
Cross City , FL, 32628
6:00PM-7:15PM EDT

September 17th (Calhoun County)
Cahoun County Library
16908 North East Pear st.
Blountstown, FL, 32424
6:00PM-7:15PM EDT

September 22nd (Lafayette County)
Mayo Community Center
150 SW Community Circle
Mayo, FL, 32066
6:00PM-7:15PM EDT

September 23rd (Gadsden County)
William A. “Bill” McGill Library
732 Pat Thomas Hwy.
Quincy, FL, 32351
6:00PM-7:15PM EDT

September 24th (Franklin County)
Carrabelle City Hall
1001 Gray Avenue
Carrabelle, FL, 32322
6:00PM-7:15PM EDT

Additional times, dates, and locations listed at www.PaulMcKain.com that cover the counties of Gulf, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Suwannee, Taylor, and Wakulla.

All of the community forums will be first come, first serve. Free and open to all voters of the Second District and will be a time for addressing the most important issues facing your hometowns. Paul McKain’s campaign office suggests that you come early due to the large volume of response already received on his site form those interested in attending and being heard.

About Paul C. McKain:
A member of the Florida Whig Party, McKain worked his way through college to earn his Bachelor of Science degree from Florida International University where he majored in Education and minored in Physical Sciences. Upon graduation, he taught for 3 ½ years then applied for and was selected to join Sunrise Florida Fire and Rescue Department where he worked for 23 years until his retirement in 2003. While off duty, McKain built and developed several businesses from the ground up, most recently working on a global scale culminating with the passage of legislation through the US Congress. Mr. McKain’s campaign slogan reads “Restoring True citizen participation in government.” Learn more about Paul McKain: www.PaulMcKain.com.

About the Modern Whig Party:
Established in 1833, the Whig Party has a long history of carrying the mantle of America’s moderate and rational political framework. Revived by Iraq and Afghanistan veterans in 2008 as the Modern Whig Party, this grassroots organization stands for common sense legislation; advocating for such issues as fiscal responsibility, strong national defense, energy independence, social acceptance and scientific advancement. We see the value of independent thinking and the danger of being limited to one distinct ideology. For more information visit: www.modernwhig.com.

Contact:
Jason M. Rogoski
Paul C. McKain for Congress
352-293-4139
JRogoski@PaulMcKain.com
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7 thoughts on “Florida Whig Party Congressional Candidate Paul McKain Launches Series Of Town Hall Meetings

  1. Peter Allen

    Hello I am Peter Allen Founder and state party chairman of the Independence Party of Florida,
    we are Florida’s six largest state registered party, and I am currently a candidate for Governor of Florida , I would appreciate listing The Independence Party of Florida on your list, and maybe helping me promote my candidacy, Thank you!

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