GET OUT THE VOTE RALLY with the Delray Garden Center – WE NEED ALL HANDS ON DECK

FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION:

We are pleased to announce that the Delray Garden Center, with the help of fellow conservatives from across Palm Beach County and the rest of Florida, is hosting at our company ‘s Delray Beach location a “GET OUT THE VOTE RALLY ” on Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 1pm – 4pm.

We would like to extend an invitation to you, and all members of the press, who will be in and around our area for the last of the presidential debates, to join us 2 days before on October 20, 2012, and witness for yourself the huge crowd coming together on a Saturday afternoon in Delray Beach to support candidates from many of the campaigns.

Nothing like this has ever taken place in our part of Palm Beach County. The ground swell for this event is amazing! Volunteers and speakers from all over the counties of Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Martin… have pledged their time and energy to make this rally a success.

We are expecting the arrival of several hundred guests and will provide plenty of parking. Refreshments and great food will be served, and of course we will have live musical entertainment and professional security.

In addition to the candidates and their campaigns, we will be welcoming to the stage Billy and Karen Vaughn, parents of of slain Elite Member Navy SEAL Team 6, *Aaron Carson Vaughn*.

Space will be provided for campaign materials to be distributed during the rally. A secure VIP area is being readied for clergy and celebrities, as well as our candidates from various local, state and federal campaigns who have committed to speaking to the crowd of voters.

For the Hearing Impaired & Deaf  – Interpreter AMY LEIGH HAIR   CI CT….. Member REC-PBC, Pct 3118 will be on hand for the event  

As of Friday, October 5, 2012… we have confirmed the participation of the
following candidates:

Adam Hasner, R-Candidate: US House of Representatives/ Florida, District 22

Cesar Henao, I-Candidate : US House of Representatives / Florida, District 21

Karen Harrington, R-Candidate : US house of Representatives / Florida, District 23

Melanie Peterson, R-Candidate : Florida State Senate / District 25

Ellyn Bogdanoff, R-Candidate : Florida State Senate / District 34

Bill Hagar, R-Candidate : Florida State House of Representatives / District 87

Tami Donally, R-Candidate: Florida State House of Representatives / District 86

Sean Kasper, R-Candidate : Florida State House of Representatives / District 90

James Ryan O’hara, R-Candidate : Florida State House of Representatives / District 81

Dina Keever, R-Candidate : Palm Beach County State Attorney

George Black, Jr., R-Candidate : Port of Palm Beach / Commissioner

Cindy Tindell : Palm Beach County State Republican Committeewoman-Elect

The “GET OUT THE VOTE” Rally Committee has spoken with many local, state and federal campaigns… We will announce additions to our list of candidate confirmations as we receive them.

Lou Galterio will also be there at this event – Learn more about Lou here: Lou Galterio – Vocalist

The Delray Garden Center is located at 3827 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33444

Location directions at   http://www.delgarden.com/images/DGCMAP.jpg

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Chris C. Stray, Member REC-PBC / Pct.7194, Delray Beach Republican Caucus

Office : Delray Garden Center 561-243-6869

Rep Allen West “This is going to be a dogfight for your country” – Video Conservative New Media

Published on Jul 21, 2012 by 

Congressman Allen West gave a fiery speech to supporters at a Republican Party event in Delray Beach Florida. Congressman Allen West talked about his race and the importance of the entire 2012 election saying, “This is going to be a dogfight for your country”

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Congressman Allen West “We Must Change the Balance of Power in Washington DC”

This week we celebrate the 236th anniversary of our Founders’ signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Fourth of July marks an incredible milestone in the history of modern man as it celebrates the sovereignty of individuals and their own self-governance.

But this year, my own personal celebration will be dampened considerably by the Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare.

With its ruling to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Court has granted Congress infinite power to tax each and every one of us.  If this Act is not repealed, we will all be hit with the largest tax increase in our nation’s history.  It will cripple small businesses and punish Americans of all income levels.

Be even more devastating, we will have lost the individual sovereignty intended by our Founding Fathers, as the Court has in effect granted Congress the power to tax our choices and behaviors.

In addition to the Obamacare ruling this week, the Court also ruled against Arizona, saying that states do not have the right to take the initiative in protecting their own borders, and to add insult to injury, even ruled it’s okay to lie about having received military honors by striking down the Stolen Valor Act.

Our country is now in a very dangerous and precarious place. Our very Constitution is being slowly unraveled before our eyes.

The only solution is to change the balance of power in Washington DC with principled, conservative leaders. We must reinforce our hold on the House of Representatives, we must take back the Senate, and above all, we must take back the White House on November 6th.  Election Day is only 18 weeks away, and we have a heckuva fight ahead.
Will I see you July 4?

Downtown Delray Beach July 4 Celebration
2:30P.M. EST 1111 E. Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach, FL

Port St. Lucie Freedom Fest
5:00 P.M. EST Port St. Lucie Civic Center 9221
SE Civic Center Place,  Port St. Lucie, FL

Star Spangled Stuart
7:00 P.M. EST Flagler Park 201 SE Flagler Ave
Stuart, FL


On Saturday I had the honor of participating in the first annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim in Jensen Beach.  Aaron was a member of SEAL Team 6.  Aaron and 29 of his comrades were killed last year in Afghanistan when terrorists shot down their Chinook helicopter.   With our nation’s 236 birthday just days away, we must take time to remember that men and women like Aaron Vaughn have sacrificed to ensure the blessings of liberty and freedom for all of us.  We must earn all that they have given us by redoubling our efforts to keep America exceptional.

On the eve of our nation’s 236th birthday, we kicked off our campaign on the Treasure Coast on Sunday with over 600 supporters at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.  I want to thank everyone who took time out of their Sunday afternoon to come and help send the message that the work started in 2010 is just beginning!

Join our team and take action!
Get a front-row seat this election season by volunteering for the campaign. Whether you like to write letters, stuff envelopes, talking on the phone or attending events, we can use your help. Email Sue Snowden our Volunteer Director here.  sue@allenwestforcongress.com 

Primary Registration Deadline: July 16th
Don’t forget – we still have to go through a primary election in August to make sure we’re on the ballot in November. You must be registered to vote by Monday July 16th in order to vote in the August primary.  Don’t miss the deadline

Absentee Voting
Not sure you’ll be in town for the primary or general election? Make sure your vote is counted with an absentee ballot.  If you live in Martin, St. Lucie or Palm Beach County, email us and we will send you an application.

Free Yard Signs!
We now have yard signs in different sizes for your home or business. If you have a home or business on a high-traffic thoroughfare, and would like to display a larger sign, please email our campaign office.

Thank you for standing with me and our campaign, and for these United States.


Steadfast and Loyal,
LTC(R) Allen B. West
Member of Congress

Rep. Allen West Celebrates Thanksgiving – Scheduled Events within his District

Congressman West will be participating in the following Thanksgiving events:

Project Holiday Packing
Sunday, November 20th
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Delray Beach Community Center
50 NW 1st Avenue (adjacent to City Hall)
* Congressman West joins volunteers to pack 300-400 care packages for soldiers deployed overseas.

Big Heart Brigade Meal Prep
Tuesday, November 22nd

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Palm Beach Gardens Fire Station #3
5161 Northlake Blvd.
Palm Beach Gardens
*Congressman West joins volunteers to help achieve this year’s goal of preparing 100,000 meals for the needy.

Turkey Trot 5k run
Thursday, November 24th
7:30 am to 9:00 am
429 S. AIA (start and finish line in front of Bubba Gump’s Shrimp Company)
Ft. Lauderdale
*Congressman West will participate in the 5k run.

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Congressional delegation honors Delray Beach on its 100th birthday 10/6/11 – Rep Allen West

by Anthony MannSun Sentinel

U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Miramar, introduced a resolution commemorating Delray Beach on its 100th anniversary.

It was cosponsored by U.S. Reps. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, and Allen West, R-Plantation.

“I pay tribute today to the city of Delray Beach on the occasion of its centennial celebration. For 100 years, the city of Delray Beach has symbolized the American spirit: looking ahead in times of prosperity; enduring in times of difficulty; and always rising to meet the challenges that have at times weighed on our countries history.

“From its modest beginnings as an agricultural area in 1894, Delray Beach quickly grew, attracting many visitors in the winter months. On October 9, 1911, with a population of nearly 300, the area of Delray was chartered by the State of Florida as an incorporated town. Industrial plants for the canning of pineapples and tomatoes were built, bringing in new residents and ushering in an era of prosperity. By 1920, Delray’s population had reached over 1000 residents. Today, it is estimated that more than 65,000 people call the city of Delray Beach home.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THURSDAYS 100th DAY BIRTHDAY : PBPulse

 

The festivities kick off on Thursday, on East Atlantic Avenue between Swinton and Sixth avenues.

– The event begins with a small mayoral parade from the Colony Hotel to the historic Old School Square at 6:30 p.m.

– At 7 p.m., the mayor will cut the 100th anniversary cake on the lawn in front of Old School Square. Music and tastings and a beer garden are also planned. Wear your favorite period costume.

– The time capsule that was sealed at the 75th Anniversary Celebration will be opened at the stage at Worthing Park at 8 p.m.

– From 8:30-10:30 p.m., activities include the Centennial Scavenger Hunt, historic displays, and tastings from local restaurants. Don’t miss the historic games tent at the corner of First and Atlantic avenues. They’ll also be staging an Oktoberfest in front of the Colony Hotel.
Info: (561) 573-3672; delray100.com; downtowndelraybeach.com