For Immediate Release
Contact: Beth Williams
PATRICIA SULLIVAN TRIUMPHS AGAIN OVER A FULL FIELD OF OPPONENTS
The People Support Patricia Sullivan for Working to Put Government Back Into the Hands of the People
EUSTIS, FL – Patricia Sullivan wins by nearly 2 to 1 with 36% of the vote over a full field of opponents at the South Lake Chamber of Commerce Hob Nob last night. Surveying a non-partisan cross section of the public, Patricia Sullivan beat not only her Republican Primary opponents but also incumbent Alan Grayson.
John Moore, of the South Lake Chamber, commented, “It’s great to see so many people here willing to participate in the process and learn more about the candidates, the turnout was tremendous. The casual atmosphere of the Hob Nob allowed voters to spend as much time as they wanted with each candidate”. Kasey Kesselring, the Chamber’s Committee Chair, called the forum “as close to a one-on-one conversation as you can get with candidates” as reported by Roxanne Brown of the Daily Commercial.
A critical foundational element of Patricia’s campaign is the personal connection with voters; listening to their concerns, meeting face-to-face on their front porch, developing relationships, and returning government back into the hands of the people.
“The South Lake Chamber put on a great event last night. I was grateful for the opportunity to hear from so many voters and was encouraged by the number of people there to investigate candidates and arm themselves with information. It was also wonderful to win the straw poll – four in a row!” said Patricia.
Learn more at www.PatriciaSullivanForCongress.com, 2010 South Lake Chamber Hobnob Results
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