Fourth RJM Weekend this Saturday!

TIME CHANGE: We will meet at the King Street Metro at 11:00 am.

Folks, we will be holding our fourth Retire Jim Moran Weekend this Saturday, October 16. We are receiving a new shipment of signs this week and need your help to spread our message throughout the 8th District.

We will meet at the King Street Metro parking lot, 1900 King St. in Alexandria, at 11:00 am. King Street is on the Blue and Yellow lines.

Our message gets more and more important by the day as we get down to the wire. Election Day is three short weeks away.

We’ll see you there!

Also, be sure to check out our Upcoming Events page for a list of great local GOP events, and go to the Volunteer page for opportunities to volunteer for this critical election.

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1 Response to Fourth RJM Weekend this Saturday!

  1. joe_gop says:

    When are you guys going to start using the phrase “Retire Jim Moran – Elect Patrick Murray” in the same sentence, paragraph or even news letter. Moran has enough name recognition and in order to “retire” him, Murray needs all the name recognition help he can get. If you truly want to retire Jim Moran, there is only one way – VOTE FOR PATRICK MURRAY. This race is winnable if we get the Murray name out there.

    Here’s some light reading as this race starts to get some real attention.

    Jim Moran, Who Usually Wins By 30 Or So, Is Up By 13
    By Jim Geraghty – NationalReview
    Posted on October 13, 2010 2:14 PM

    Oh, please. All year long I’ve thought it was too much to ask.
    An internal poll (R) taken in Virginia’s 8th District (Alexandria, etc.) shows ten-term US Rep. Jim Moran (D) with 45 percent to 32 percent for his Republican opponent, retired Army Col. Patrick Murray. Less than 50 percent is a weak sign for an incumbent, especially this one, deemed a shoo-in by most observers. However, it was a Republican poll.
    That may not sound like much, but Virginia’s 8th District is a D+16 district. Jim Moran won in 2008 by a 68 percent to 30 percent margin. Two years earlier, he won 66 percent; 60 percent in 2004 and 2002.
    A guy who usually wins by 30 some percent is only up 13.
    Okay, now maybe Patrick Murray is my special crazy insane upset pick

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