Tuesday, September 05, 2006

David Van Os' Whistle Stops Tour in North Texas

The David Van Os Whistle Stops tour is coming to North Texas. David Van Os, the Democratic candidate for Texas Attorney General, is going to every county courthouse in Texas to take his message directly to the people.

Big Oil and the other corporate predators had better spend every penny they can to try to beat him in his race for Texas Attorney General, because when he gets sworn in to office next January, as he tells them, "I'm coming after you." We believe they can spend billions against David and it won't be enough because the people have had enough.

David asks his fellow Texans, "Join me in my fight. Fight-em till hell freezes over! Then fight-em on the ice!".

David will be touring North Texas tomorrow, Wednesday, September 6. Come hear him speak in the following counties:

  • 8:30 AM - Rockwall County Courthouse, Rockwall

  • 10:15 AM - Collin County Courthouse, McKinney

  • 11:45 AM - Grayson County Courthouse, Sherman

  • 2:30 PM - Cooke County Courthouse, Gainesville

  • 4:15 PM - Denton County Courthouse, Denton

David Van Os, who is running for Texas Attorney General, will be speaking in Denton at the Courthouse on the Square (110 W. Hickory St). The event is part of the WhistleStop Courthouse tour that Mr. Van Os is doing around the state. For those of you who have never heard him speak before, David Van Os is good old fashioned fire breathing Populist Democrat. The event starts at 3:15 with our local candidates speaking. Mr. Van Os will start speaking at 4:15 PM and you won’t want to miss it. Later on that afternoon you will be able to meet David at Banter Coffee Shop (219 W.Oak), he will be there from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Then at 7:00 pm, David Van Os and his wife are inviting people to have dinner with them at IHOP in Hickory Creek (8310 W. Stemmons Frwy). It should be a fun filled day with the next Texas Attorney General. For more information contact Martha Sutton at 940-390-6245 or at martha003[at]centurytel.net

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