Elaine Marshall to Visit Polk Dems

Dinner with Elaine Marshall
Friday, August 9, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
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60 Ward Street
Columbus, NC 28722
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Hi Pat, 

Come to dinner this Friday, August 9 with your fellow Dems and NC Secretary of State Elaine Marshall!
Secretary Marshall is the second highest-ranking elected Democrat in the state, just below Governor Cooper. This is Elaine's first visit to Polk County; she has heard of the great work we're doing and wanted to meet us for herself.
Join us for fried chicken, homemade sides, and (my favorite) home made peach cobbler with ice cream.
You'll love Elaine, I guarantee it. There will likely be other Democratic candidates present as well. This is a no-cost social gathering, not a fundraiser (not that the candidates won't ask!), so be sure to register below and join your friends for dinner on Friday!
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I can't make it
As always, thank you for standing up for our Democratic -- our AMERICAN -- values.
Andy Millard
Polk County Democratic Party
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You've worked hard making phone calls, writing postcards, canvassing neighborhoods, GOTV, supporting our candidates and fund raising breakfasts. You deserve a free dinner!

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deal for ALL Americans

with pizza, salad and dessert


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