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On Wednesday morning, Clay Aiken spoke at the 5th Grade Recognition Ceremony at Weatherstone Elementary School. The following are some tweets and pictures that have been posted.
I’m at a 5th grade graduation listening to Clay Aiken speak right now, interesting start to the day
Clay Aiken is at Dante’s 5th grade graduation
Weatherstone ES @WeatherstoneES
Weatherstone’s fifth grade graduation speaker, Clay Aiken. His message- “Follow your dreams and never give up!”
Tom Hayes … at Weatherstone Elementary School
Clay Aiken speaking at Carter’s fifth grade graduation. Great talk on never giving up.
@clayaiken just spoke at my brother’s 5th grade graduation, aka he got a way better speaker than at my college graduation, say whattt???
When new pictures or reports come in, I will add them to this blog. Please check back later!!
I received the following e-mail this morning:
Wow, can you believe what happened in Virginia last night? Nobody saw it coming. But the lesson is simple: If you forget the folks you’re in Washington to represent, you lose. It’s a lesson Eric Cantor learned the hard way last night.
Renee Ellmers said she was going to Washington to change things. She said she was going to fight for our district. But since she arrived in Washington, she’s sought out the approval of Eric Cantor and her party leaders – not the folks back home.
After traveling the district these past few months, I can tell you something: People no longer have faith in Renee Ellmers. They feel betrayed and forgotten. And they’re ready to send her home.
Last night showed that voters are tired of politicians looking out for themselves in Washington while taking for granted the voters back home.
Eric Cantor didn’t take his challenge seriously. It was a Republican primary. He’s in the Republican leadership. Those were his voters. Or so he thought.
Renee Ellmers has felt comfortable in her seat for too long. She isn’t listening to us. She isn’t representing us. But now, because of our campaign, she’s vulnerable.
They said last night was an upset and no one saw it coming.
Well, Renee Ellmers, here’s your wakeup call. Start saving your paychecks – we know how much you need them.
Communications Director, Clay Aiken for North Carolina
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