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April 22, 2010


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Im voting for Elaine Marshall tomorrow. Ive never felt better casting my vote for a Democrat in a primary that this year. Shes the right choice for the job, and I have full confidence in her ability to compete with Burr.

Anthony D. Hall

Cal is For REAL! Elaine is cool dont get me wrong. She would be a Great Candidate. BUT it is clear where all the energy and excitement is in this Primary....With CalCal has everything it takes to beat Burr. Burr will be Very Happy is Elaine Marshall wins. Many people will write this race off and all the focus will go to other races and so will the Money. Cal can bring the Party together after this Primary and lead us to Victory in November.


Elaine is going up this weekend, I think. Stay tuned!


My sister and I, have both already cast our vote for Cal, last Friday. Most of the Forysth County, democratic gurus, have also advised me, they have put their support behind him as well. Tom, you are right, this is going to be very interesting, and ultimately, they are both flawless candidates. I am anxious to see your poll results!!


This may be pre-mature, but I have noticed a trend here in Winston-Salem, with early voting. A lot of people here, that voted for Obama in the 2008 Primary, are voting for Cal, with like a 70/30 split...This is ofcourse anecdotal, but something to think about.

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