Tuesday’s Election Is About More Than Mississippi
National Democrats Fighting to Win Here to Boost Obama’s Re-Election Campaign in 2012
JACKSON – This coming Tuesday, November 8, voters in Mississippi will decide the future direction of the state, but the election here is about more than just Mississippi.
When the liberal Chair of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, came to Jackson just a few days ago supporting Mississippi Democrats, she made it very clear about the national Democrats’ goal in Tuesday’s election.
In her own words: “We won’t just win the Governor’s mansion next month, we will build the road to the White House right through Mississippi back to Washington D.C. and send President Obama to a second term. On to victory on November 8th and November 6th of next year.” (Listen to Wasserman Schultz’s explosive remarks here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaeD0odATVQ)
Mississippi Republican Party Chairman Arnie Hederman stated, “All conservatives in Mississippi need to know how high the stakes are in this Tuesday’s election, and that’s why voter turnout is so critically important. Now is our opportunity to send a clear message to the liberals in Washington that Mississippi still stands for conservative values. On Tuesday, we can start putting an end to the Obama Administration’s liberal policies by voting Republican in Mississippi.”