BREAKING: Duval GOP to Remain Neutral in Primaries
The Duval County Republican Party has just released the following official statement:
The grassroots machine of the Duval County Republican Party is energized and engaged in the success of the 2010 Primary as never before this early in an election cycle, according to Chairman Lenny Curry. He credited this phenomenon to the county’s new technology, aggressive outreach and a sharp decrease in voter apathy stemming from distaste for the liberal agenda on the national level.
“From volunteer-driven voter outreach to voter registration drives and multi-level fund raising, the Republicans of Duval County are busy engaging their neighbors in the greatest American debate of our time with amazing success,” said Curry.
By harnessing this new energy, Curry said he expects a record turnout of fully engaged Republican voters who will elect the strongest candidate to compete in the general elections of November of 2010.
“Duval Republican voters expect their local GOP leaders to remain neutral in the upcoming election cycle and let the process move forward for all state and national offices without interference,” said Chairman Curry. “Naturally, I and my fellow leaders respect the process and will honor it.”
“Duval GOP leaders understand the political and financial challenges Americans are facing in this economy, as well as the frustration of voters. We know the real opponent is the liberal left and will use the national dialog to turn out the Northeast Florida vote as we uphold the rich tradition of fair and honest political debate,” said Curry.