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Friday, September 24, 2004
The Convention's Over, but the Party's Not Stopping
(From Republican Party Chairman Marc Racicot.)
The convention may be over, but the Party doesn't stop there. Parties for the President are still an easy way to show your support. Looking for a good time to share your home and spread the President's message? Host a Debate Watch Party for the President!
The Presidential debates are coming up and provide an excellent opportunity to share your support for President Bush and Vice President Cheney with friends, family and neighbors by hosting a party in your home.
***September 30, 2004 - First Presidential Debate - Open your home and invite undecided friends and neighbors to join you as we watch the President talk about foreign policy issues important to voters.
***October 5, 2004 - Vice Presidential Debate - This will be one for the history books as the Vice President takes on the trial lawyer. Sparks will surely fly.
***October 8, 2004 - Second Presidential Debate - The candidates engage in a town hall discussion with undecided voters.
***October 13, 2004 - Third Presidential Debate - President Bush and Senator Kerry face off for the last time before the election. The third debate will focus on domestic policy.
The news is good. While the polls show the President ahead in the race, there is still much to be done. We can't afford to rest now.
Sign up to host your Debate Watch Party for the President today. You can make the difference in this election.