Debra Goldman, Republican Nominee for State Auditor Addresses Paul Ryan Victory Rally in Raleigh | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Goldman calls on attendess to imagine a better America, and then to make that America a reality by electing Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, and Conservative leaders up and down the ballot.

    Raleigh, NC: Debra Goldman, Repubican nominee for State Auditor and Wake County School Board Member, was honored to be a featured speaker at the Paul Ryan victory rally at the Raleigh headquaters of the sheet metal fabrication company SMT.

    Goldman, who has focused her State Auditor's campaign on asking North Carolinians to "Imagine a North Carolina free of fraud, imagine, a North Carolina free from the stranglehold of bureaucracy and imagine a North Carolina that no longer bows to cronyism," asked today's attendees to widen their imaginations.

    Goldman implored the crowd to imagine a better America, to imagine a country where spending is balanced," to "imagine a country where everybody who wants a job has one," to "imagine a Country where more effort is put into fighting devastating diseases instead of attacking our small business owners," to "imagine a country where true leadership has returned," to "imagine a country with Mitt Romney as President and this man as Vice-President, Congressman Paul Ryan."

    Goldman concluded her remarks by assuring the thousands in attendance in the reality that with their help and hard work that "this fall, this imaginary voyage becomes reality. This fall, on November 6th, we will elect our new leaders who will reform North Carolina Government, (and, by the way, I ask you to vote for Debra Goldman for State Auditor), and this fall, we will reform the entire United States of America. This fall, we will reclaim our nation. This fall, we will elect our new President Mitt Romney and our new Vice President of the United States, Paul Ryan."

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