Clay Aiken – Understanding The Democratic Process

 

Saint Mary’s School

Raleigh, North Carolina

Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh, North Carolina, is an independent, Episcopal, college-preparatory, boarding and day school dedicated to academic excellence and personal achievement for girls in grades 9-12. Founded in 1842, the historic, residential 23-acre campus is within easy driving distance of world-renowned Research Triangle Park and the Raleigh-Durham International Airport.

Since their inception, Saint Mary’s has been dedicated to the academic excellence and personal achievement of our students. We look at life academically, socially and spiritually. Our integrated, hands-on academic program is demanding. Our leadership and life skills curriculum creates responsible citizens and community ambassadors.

The following announcement was posted on their site:

Candidate Clay Aiken comes to Saint Mary’s

Posted: May 2, 2014

Saint Mary’s Young Democrats and Young Republicans clubs welcome Clay Aiken, candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives from North Carolina’s 2nd District, to campus on Friday, May 9 at 2:35 p.m. in Smedes-Emory Parlor. All students, faculty, staff and parents are invited to attend.

Mr. Aiken will talk about what it is like to run for public office and answer questions. There will be a reception with Jackie cake and lemonade.

The Young Democrats and Young Republicans hope that you will join them for this “amazing opportunity to meet a candidate

and witness the United States’ democratic process in action.”

I can’t think of anyone who would be a better person to share information about the democratic process!

It is hard to wait for the results from last Tuesday’s election…

I can’t imagine the nerves that all of Clay’s political team must be feeling.

Hopefully, we will hear “soon”!

As always, if there is more news available tomorrow, I will post it as soon as I can…so

Stop by later today!!!

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Comments

    • That is not a complete report as there are 156 districts that must report. Wish we had the final results.

        • Faura girl…it also says unofficial results because they are waiting for votes from armed forces and any that might not have gone through the machine correctly. The armed forces votes have a deadline of Monday. I know we are all anxious, but I am sure when it is official, it will be in the headlines.

  1. We were on pins and needles this past Tuesday. We KNOW he won, but the waiting is killing us! I am as confident as Clay! Bring it on!

  2. Yes, we are all so anxious to hear good news about Clay, I know it must be hard for him too so we'll just try to be patient a little longer. Thank you Martha and others for all the news that you bring us daily, we truly appreciate it. xo

  3. I hope we don't have to wait too much longer. If we are anxious, I bet Clay and his team are going bonkers!! Lets get this going!!!

  4. Your emails brighten my day! I love all the press Clay has gotten especially when it's on the positive side! People that have underestimated him are changing there minds as he has so wonderfully and with a. great campaign team marched to a great victory!

    Can't wait for his confetti moment.. It has been a long time coming!

  5. Can anyone explain to me why all the negative comments are still out there? They act like people that voted for him knew nothing about him. Several tweets about him being racist today. Like this was something new. I can't stand it. I do not reply to these comments because I am not a good arguer plus it will just create new negativity. So I came to this site where I knew people understand my feelings. Why all the hating???????

  6. It is 2:15 pm e.d.t. right now. Clay is probably getting ready to speak to the girls at St. Mary's school. Wish we could be in the audience to hear Clay and enjoy some Jackie cake (what is that?) and lemonade.

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