Invitation forwarded from 2012 Presidental Candidate Congressman Ron Paul:

There’s no denying that these are troubled times for our country.

Years of bailouts, high taxes and “stimulus packages” have failed to get our economy moving again and have only steeped us further in debt.

That’s why I’m personally inviting you to join me Monday, September 26 to hear more about my plan to Restore America Now as I receive the endorsement of Republican New Jersey State Senator Michael Doherty.

The event will be held at noon at the New Jersey State House steps located at 125 West State Street in Trenton.

The truth is, I am honored to be receiving Senator Doherty’s endorsement.

Senator Doherty is widely considered the most conservative senator in New Jersey earning a strong reputation for leading the charge against wasteful spending and Big Government.

He’s also a West Point Grad, an ex-Army Captain who served in Germany during the Cold War and has three active-duty military sons.

It’s this type dedication to the principles of liberty that is resonating with the American people like never before.

I believe that’s why recent polls prove that I am not only a top-tier contender for the Republican nomination, but I am THE Republican to take on and defeat President Obama in 2012!

So won’t you help me keep the momentum up with a large turnout for this important endorsement on Monday?

Come see first hand what my campaign is all about.

I hope to see you Monday!

For Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S.  New Jersey State Senator Michael Doherty is going to be publically endorsing me, Monday, September 26, and I wanted to personally invite you to attend.

The event will take place at 12:00 PM at the New Jersey State House steps located at 125 West State Street in Trenton.

Please join me to learn about my plan to Restore America Now!

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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...