Today is July 15th… the middle of the month!
It’s a time that many families are taking vacations and enjoying wonderful weather.
How’s the weather for you??
According to messages on social media, Clay Aiken made a visit to Dunn, North Carolina on Monday. Dunn is in Harnett County and is located 40 miles from Raleigh. It has been designated an All-American City by the National Civic League. Dunn is in the east part of the 2nd Congressional District in North Carolina.
Clay met a lovely lady in a restaurant in Dunn and took a selfie with her:
And look at this future supporter!!
Later, he stopped at Sweet Frog Yogurt for a tasty treat! Why am I hungry all of a sudden?
Keith Crisco — who at the time of his shocking death was in a too-close-to call North Carolina Democratic congressional primary with former American Idol contestant Clay Aiken — died due to heart disease, according to the medical examiner’s report obtained by The Daily Caller.
Crisco, 71, died as he walked inside his home in Asheboro on May 12, according to the report. A week earlier, Crisco ran in the Democratic primary for the 2nd congressional district seat.
The race had not been called at the time of Crisco’s death, though Aiken was leading the former secretary of the N.C. Department of Commerce by 369 votes…
…Aiken, who temporarily suspended his campaign because of Crisco’s death, was subsequently declared the winner of the primary. He is set to face Republican incumbent Rep. Renee Ellmers in November.
“I am stunned and deeply saddened by Keith Crisco’s death,” Aiken said at the time. “Keith came from humble beginnings. No matter how high he rose – to Harvard, to the White House and to the Governor’s Cabinet – he never forgot where he came from.
You can read the entire article at DAILYCALLER
Hopefully, we will get some news and pictures today about Clay and his congressional campaign. It is fun to learn more about the 2nd congressional district…and if Clay continues to dine out, I will know where to stop for my meals when I visit the area!!
A big thank you to each of you who left such nice comments yesterday. You were very kind.
I think you all know that writing this blog is a labor of love. I do it because I support Clay!