Monday, September 13, 2010

Murphy campaign gets out the vote in MD with Gov. Palin's robocall

From the Brian Murphy for Governor campaign:
Crofton, Maryland – Today, the Brian Murphy for Governor campaign announced they will cap off their Get Out The Vote campaign with a RoboCall from Governor Sarah Palin (click here to hear the message). The calls will be made to the nearly 260,000 voters most likely to participate in tomorrow’s Republican Primary.

“Unlike his opponents, Brian is a proven business leader. Not a career politician. Brian Murphy and his running mate, Mike Ryman, are the only common sense, Pro-Life, Pro-2nd Amendment ticket in the race…They’re the right ticket to lead Maryland, and I’m Proud to endorse them,” said Governor Palin.

“Tomorrow, Republicans can vote their conscience and refuse to settle. Our core principles of fiscal responsibility and American family values will attract Primary voters tomorrow, and they will also attract General Election voters in November. Sarah Palin’s call will remind Republicans they don’t need to abandon their principles in order to win,” said Murphy.
Murphy is the underdog in his effort to upset moderate Robert Ehrlich in the GOP primary. But Gov. Palin's endorsement, according to Maryland-based GOP consultant Don Murphy, "helps put Brian Murphy on the field and in the game. It calls attention to a candidacy that otherwise doesn’t exist."

- JP

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