Clay Aiken – A Unique Story For Everyone!


The Moore County Democratic Party posted some more pictures from the Pinehurst Luncheon on Saturday.  The following pictures are nice to see:

Candidate Clay Aiken Giving a rousing speech!

Wilma Laney, Chair MCDP Candidate Clay Aiken, U.S. House of Representatives, NC 2nd Congressional District Candidate Tommy Davis, NC State Senate District 29

Roy “Swede” Boreen & Candidate Clay Aiken Swede Boreen is a WWII Veteran and Pearl Harbor Survivor who was on the U.S.S. Oklahoma in Pearl Harbor on that infamous day December 7, 1941.

When I see these pictures, it reminds me of all the amazing people that Clay has met during his run for Congress.  Each person has a unique story!


I know this has nothing to do with today…I just wanted to watch this and thought you might want to see it too!!

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  1. yes, for sure. Clay has met so many people in his district, and it will only get busier closer to election. The man is "working it"!!!!!
    Thanks as well Musicfan for the "Musical Interlude"!!!!!! LOVE IT!!!

  2. I agree, he has met many, many people of all ages. He is absolutely "working it". Very proud of him. Needs to eat his Wheaties & take his vitamins for sure, I can't believe there is only 56 days to the election!!!!

  3. Thanks Musicfan…this is where I come for all my Clay news.
    I am really proud of him and his decision to run. I still have clack to watch and music to listen to. I do not feel I have lost Clay.

  4. thanks a millon music fan this is also where i come for all my clay news im so verry proud of clay and his decision to run for congress i still do have clack to watch and i realy trueley dont feel eather that ive lost clay

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