From: Susan Kniep,
The Federation of Connecticut
Taxpayer Organizations, Inc. (FCTO)
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE JULY 27 DEBATE
For the U. S. Senatorial Candidates
Trinity College Campus
300 Summit St.
The Washington Room
Debate Will Begin at 7 PM
The Federation of Connecticut Taxpayer Organizations is delighted to
announce a U. S. Senatorial
Debate to be held on Tuesday, July 27, 2010, at 7 PM at Trinity College,
Mather Hall, in the Washington Room.
All candidates for U. S.
Senate have been invited to attend. To
date, we have received confirmation of attendance from Rob Simmons, Peter
Schiff, John Mertens, and Warren Mosler.
Linda McMahon and Richard Blumenthal
have also been invited to participate.
The moderator will be Chris
Powell of the Journal Inquirer of Manchester. We have invited various nonprofit
organizations to submit questions of importance to their mission, to include
CBIA, the Federalist Society, Yankee Institute and others.
This election is one of the most
important in Connecticut’s history as
businesses and taxpayers focus on the significant impact Washington has on their community, their
families and their future.
As such, the Federation is sponsoring this debate to provide
the public with an opportunity to hear directly from the candidates on their
vision for the future and what they will bring to this very important position
upon their election.
Again, we invite you to join us at Trinity College
for this free event. If you have any
questions, please contact Susan Kniep, President of The Federation of Connecticut
Taxpayer Organizations at 860-841-8032 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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