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Daughtry, Casselman to speak Friday at Republican meeting

SALISBURY — The Rowan County Republican Party will be holding a “2012 Election Kickoff” event on Friday night, March 2, at High Rock Community Church, 708 Jake Alexander Blvd West.
Speakers will be Dr. Timothy Daughtry and Dr. Gary Casselman. They will be present “The Psychology of the Liberal Mind.”
Daughtry and Casselman have a new book, “Waking the Sleeping Giant: How Mainstream Americans Can Beat Liberals at Their Own Game.”
They are currently on tour promoting their book and on Thursday, March 1, they will be appearing on the morning cable news show “Fox and Friends” and then on “Lou Dobbs” later that evening. Friday morning, March 2, they will appear on the Fox Business News show “Imus.”
The Rowan Republican Kickoff event begins at 6 p.m. Seating is limited, so RSVP to chairman@rowanrepublicans.org or contact Chairman Greg Edds at 704-636-8070.

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