(From the Sarah Steelman campaign)
Barbara Fairchild and Ann Stafford announce a Women of Steel Town Hall scheduled for this Sunday, July 29th in Branson. This town hall will begin at 1:00 p.m. and will take place at the Golden Corral Showroom. This is a joint effort to address the problems that congress has created for our country and also to provide commonsense solutions for correcting these problems.
Barbara and Ann released this joint statement: “This town hall comes at a crucial time for our nation. Our country is at a pivotal point, and we must get involved before it is too late. By attending and participating in the town hall, voters will be able to interact with Sarah and give her their perspective on issues facing Americans. We must speak up and work to correct the problems our country is facing before we lose the spirit and vitality that has made our nation great. We share Governor Sarah Palin’s belief that Sarah Steelman is the kind of leader who can take our concerns and ideas and put them into action in Washington. She understands the plight of each and every one of us, and is willing to fight for our future. We hope you will join us in welcoming Sarah Steelman for this Women of Steel Town hall.”
Sarah Steelman also commented: “I always enjoy coming to the Branson area and seeing old friends and making new ones. I appreciate strong women of conviction, like Barbara and Ann, for providing a forum for others to come out and have a healthy discussion of the issues that affect their daily lives.”
Sarah Steelman is running as a commonsense conservative in the August 7th Republican primary, to challenge Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill. McCaskill has been a rubberstamp for the Obama/Reid agenda in the U.S. Senate, including casting the deciding vote for Obamacare and voting for the stimulus. McCaskill is the lead recipient of pro-choice advocacy group, Emily's List.
The Golden Corral is located at 3551 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway in Branson. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. and note cards will be provided for participants to submit questions.