Andrae McGary Opens Campaign Headquarters

Candidate Will Address Democratic Women’s Club Sept. 11

Thursday, August 16, 2012
Andrae McGary
Andrae McGary

Andrae McGary’s campaign headquarters in both Hamilton and Bradley counties will open and staff will begin operating from there on Monday, reported Jane Bowen, Mr. McGary’s campaign manager.

“We’ll be making calls, doing eblasts and yard sign distribution from each of the headquarters,” she said. “But our fundraising events and speaking engagements will be held throughout the 10th Senate District. Andrae wants to meet as many people in his district as possible. We plan to host events at each of the headquarters within the coming weeks.” 

The candidate will be the featured speaker at the Greater Chattanooga Democratic Women’s Club on Sept. 11.

McGary Hamilton Campaign Headquarters:
7047 Lee Highway, Ste. 101 Chattanooga. Office hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 200-4364 

McGary Bradley Campaign Headquarters:
147 Inman St., East Cleveland. Office hours: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 457-4285

McGary at Greater Chattanooga Democratic Women’s Club
When: Tuesday, September 11, 6 p.m.


Where: IBEW #175, 3922 Volunteer Drive, Suite 9, Chattanooga, TN 37416
How much: Free. Open to the public.
For further information: call 304-8135 or email pwampler@comcast.net


For more campaign information:
200-4364
www.andraemecgary.com
www.facebook.com/andraemcgarystatesenate
www.twitter.com/andraemcgary


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