Skip to comments.Dr. Deborah Honeycutt, Outstanding GOP Candidate for Congress
Posted on 10/28/2008 10:33:26 AM PDT by gitmogrunt
I just received a letter from Dr. Deborah Travis Honeycutt asking for my help. She wants to stand up to liberal activists like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson who have used race as a divisive and hurtful weapon for far too long. She is the Democratic Party's worst nightmare. WHY? Because she is a black Republican woman and running for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Dr. Honeycutt is married to Dr. Andrew Honeycutt, a Harvard University Doctor of Business Administration and professor of business at Shorter College. She and her husband are members of Word of Faith Family Cathedral in Austell, Georgia. She is very conservative on Taxes, Controlling Our Borders, Life, National Security, Economic Development, Gun Rights, and passionate about standing 100% behind those serving in our military.
yep, we need her to win! thanks for posting
On that note,....I just donated to her campaign...Let’s Roll!
I live in Georgia’s 13th district and I really do not think at all she stands any chance of defeating David Scott. Mostly because she spent millions trying to beat Scott in 2006 and still lost by 30-something percentage points. It is a gerrymandered heavily-democrat district.
Thanks for that bit of intel.....sorry to hear that it’s set up like my district in Houston...i.e. Sheila Jackson Lee(barf).
Just heard her interviewed on the Steve Malzberg show...NYC metro area.
PS Can’t you post this in the News forum? Many, like me, weren’t even aware of her before hearing the interview...
I’v sent her several donations...would someone tell me what her chances are?.....I hope they are good..
she should move......she is too good to be wasted on rats......
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