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Tag: Cindy Gamrat
By JGillman, Section News
We aren't going to give up because of a few milquetoast GOP types that prefer terms of surrender.
TEA PARTY AND CAMPAIGN FOR LIBERTY GRASSROOTS ACTIVISTS IN MICHIGAN HOLD FIRST COORDINATED EVENT TO GATHER TOGETHER AND GAIN MOMENTUM HEADING IN TO 2014!
Over 200 TEA Party and grassroots leaders and activists from around the state will be gathering at the Soaring Eagle Resort in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on Saturday, October 19th from 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m..
The event, titled "Taking the Field", will include attendees and speakers from various TEA Party groups and Michigan's Campaign for Liberty.
"This will be the first coordinated statewide meeting between these two major grassroots movements. It is exciting to see two very strong parts of the grassroots coming together to network and unite on issues that both movements feel passionate about," stated Cindy Gamrat, co-organizer of the event and founder of the Plainwell Patriots.
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By JGillman, Section Multimedia
Actually more of an introduction than an announcement.
As mentioned in the prior posts, I have several video segments from an event on the island with candidates in a fundraiser. The Madison Project PAC, and Jack Hoogendyk are seeking REAL Republicans for legislative positions, and much like our $100 project are supportive of primary efforts that bring conservative values into play.
The third in the series is Cindy Gamrat running for the 80th district house seat.
Several more still to follow!
Cindy Gamrat has joined Todd Courser's Chair race as candidate for co-chair in the Michigan GOP.
This is actually a pretty big deal.
One of the hardest working activists in Michigan, Gamrat has worked to educate voters, run phone conferences, built coalitions of conservatives, hosted high profile debates, and has kept grassroots interested in the process throughout the good and bad news over the last election cycle. The best thing that could happen for Michigan Republicans is to have her on the executive team.
Gamrat opines in a release:
There is a battle raging in our nation between progressive ideologies and our conservative founding principles. I believe that Todd Courser, candidate for Michigan Republican Party (MRP) Chair, is the man who will meet this battle head on, and I am honored to be his running mate as Co-Chair. Todd is dedicated to leading the MRP with a passionate team, a strategic plan, and a compelling conservative vision. Utilizing my background in sales and marketing, I will work together with Todd to develop our new strategic vision for that will strengthen the party's base and expand its reach.It should be noted that aside from her credible reputation and results as a grassroots organizer, Gamrat has a history of successful marketing and holds Bachelors from U of Michigan.
Folks, I have seen her in action. She is tireless. Incredibly Tireless.
There could not be a better addition to the MiGOP chair race.
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