‘Huckabee for President’ Campaign Stop SA
Mike Huckabee Comments On Last Night’s Primary Results February 20, 2008
“My candidacy is, and always has been, about convictions – and the issues and core values that are critical to our country’s future, such protecting traditional marriage, the sanctity of life, individual empowerment and a revamping of our federal tax code to encourage productivity. It’s about lifting Americans up, from hope to higher ground, with a positive vision for America’s future that is grounded in a belief in our nation’s basic goodness, and defined by a ‘can—do’ spirit that knows how to gets things done. My goal is to offer Republican voters, a voice and a choice in this election.
“The last four out of five U.S. Presidents have been governors, and there is a reason for this: the challenges facing our nation require steady, experienced, executive management. As governor of Arkansas for 10 ½ years, I delivered on my promises to cut taxes 94 times, reduce welfare by half, reform health care for children and our education system, and transform our transportation infrastructure. My record of results, achieved with a Democrat legislature, gives a meaningful viability to my candidacy.
“There are millions of Republicans from across this country who have yet to be heard from. Clearly we were disappointed by the results in Wisconsin, but I look forward to campaigning hard in Texas and Ohio this week – and taking my case before the good people of those states.”
Description: As a Catholic tax-exempt university, St. Mary’s does not endorse political candidates or their positions on issues and acknowledges the fundamental differences between those of the presidential candidates and the Catholic Church.
St. Mary’s University will have the opportunity to hear another presidential candidate this week when former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee makes a “Huckabee for President” campaign stop Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008 on campus.
The University continues its proud tradition of civic engagement and history of providing students with opportunities to participate in the political process. In the past St. Mary’s has hosted former Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford, former Vice President and presidential candidate Walter Mondale, presidential candidates H. Ross Perot and Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator and vice presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen, Texas Governors Ann Richards and Rick Perry, as well as gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman, among many others.
Special Notes: Doors to the arena open at 6 p.m. The event is open to the public.
Start Time: Thursday – Feb 21, 2008 at 7:30 pm
(No End Time Scheduled)
Location: Bill Greehey Arena
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