PR: Wnuck Prepares for Fourth Town Hall in Series of Seven

Eric Wnuck

For Immediate Release: November 3, 2009

Wnuck Prepares for Fourth Town Hall in Series of Seven

Mesa, AZ (November 3, 2009) — Congressional Candidate and Scottsdale businessman Eric Wnuck continues with the fourth in his series of seven Town Halls in Congressional District 5. This Town Hall will focus on various issues related to healthcare reform, healthcare costs, and the impact of proposed healthcare legislation.

The fourth Town Hall will be held Saturday, November 7th at Mesa Community College, 1833 West Southern Avenue, Mesa, Arizona 85202 from 10:00 – 11:30am in the BP Lecture Hall. Enter MCC on the Northeast end of campus by the football field. Wnuck will be joined by Dr. Byron Schlomach, Director of the Center for Economic Prosperity at the Goldwater Institute and Dr. Eric Novak, Chairman for Arizonan’s for Health Care Freedom and an orthopedic surgeon in Phoenix since 2001.

The first three Town Halls were a great success. “We continue to work, listen, and open a dialogue with the constituents within our district,” stated Wnuck. “I believe we are allowing people a constructive outlet to express their frustration and concerns. It is becoming increasingly clear that residents of Congressional District 5 have been ignored. I am going to work harder than any other candidate for this seat and address the issues that are concerning the people of our district.”

Remaining Town Hall Schedule:
Healthcare Forum – Mesa
Date/Time: Saturday, November 7th, 10:00AM to 11:30AM
Location: Mesa Community College, 1833 W Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202

Healthcare/Economy Forum – Tempe
Date/Time: Monday, November 16th, 6:00PM to 7:30PM
Location: Pyle Center, 655 E Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282

Healthcare Forum – Ahwatukee
Date/Time: Saturday, December 5th, 10:00AM to 11:30AM
Location: Ironwood Library, 4333 E Chandler Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85048

Healthcare Forum – Chandler
Date/Time: Saturday, December 12th, 10:00AM to 11:30AM
Location: Chandler Public Library, 4930 W Ray Rd, Chandler, AZ 85226

Wnuck concluded the town hall by saying, “The average American is being overlooked by politicians in Washington. We have the inherent right to voice our opinions and elect representatives who listen to voters, act based on the best interest of their constituents, and uphold the principles of our great Constitution. I look forward to each of these Town Halls; Arizonans want results and I am running because Washington bureaucrats have failed us time and time again, and in this election, voters will hold them accountable at the polls. I am not a career politician, nor have I postured to become one. I am, however, a concerned resident and I am confident I can make a positive difference in our community.”

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For more information or to RSVP, please contact Eric Wnuck 2010 at (480) 295-3250. You may also learn more about Eric Wnuck, his candidacy, and his issues by visiting: www.ericwnuck2010.com


Comments

  1. GOP Faithful says

    I was hoping they would do a townhall in my neck of the woods! Rumor has it they have been informative and extremely well done. Keep trucking to take down Dirty Harry Mr. Wnuck!

  2. NOTForREAL says

    Wnuck did such a great job in Washington when he took on Democrats to stop the Obamacare plan I guess he is going to be giving an update.

    Oh wait, he went to Washington and the Democrats passed the bill while he was there.

    We need less talk and somebody who is actually successful to get the job.

  3. Wnuck is as conservative as his hero Carolyn Allen. What a joke he is.

  4. GOP Faithful says

    Who said anything about conservative??? And who cares about Carolyn Allen??? Anybody that has the stomach to run against Harry Mitchell, god bless them. Plus he could not run and you can have Dirty Harry for another 2 years, take your pick.

  5. openyoureyes says

    At least we now have a politician who actually cares and takes time to listen to us. Wnuck has expressed a great amount of interest in what the citizens have to say in his town halls. I think hes a great candidate!

  6. GOP Faithful:

    And what if Mr. Wnuck decides to create “one big tent”, reach out and replicate “Dirty Harry’s” voting record?

    Unfortunatley, the “run right” govern “left” (with due nods to the CofC and the NARAL gals) plan of action is still all too attractive to many aspiring pols in the party and the hacks who shill for them!

    I’d advise that one should take a look at the guy’s campaign staff and donors list before embarking on any crusade!

    The last thing District 5 needs is a Lindsay Graham, John McCain “wannabe”!

  7. GOP Faithful says

    Carlist:

    Have you even met the Eric??? You are quick to past judgement. I love that your a pessimist, but some of us in the party do actually feel some obligation to remove a tax and spend democrat like Harry. Sit there and throw your rocks, people like Eric actually have the courage to make the commitment to run and DO SOMETHING about it.

  8. GOP Faithful:

    Would love to meet Eric. I’m sure he’s suave, knowledgeable and well spoken. So were many others I’ve met and sometimes voted for over the past four or five decades!

    But on our side of the fence, a strange metamorphisis begins to occur in January!!

    They wind up emulating the people we’ve thrown out!

    Consequently the center shifts left no matter who seizes the brass ring in November, particularly on social issues!

    Witness the Arizona GOP Congressional contingent’s stance on Illegal entry over the past two decades (with a couple of exceptions) along with a sizeable Republican support for “sanctuary cities” in the legislature!

    Believe me, my judgments have been arrived at over quite a bit of time and “hard knocks” and I’d like to be assured that Eric will “walk the campaign talk walk” if he’s successful in September and November.

    Not too many have. For whatever reason, Republicans unlike Democrats, do NOT have the courage of their convictions when the “rubber hits the road”!

    Hence, I belive Mr. Wnuck is a horse one should look in the mouth, along with fellow District Five Republican aspirants before receiving meaningful support.

    The lesser of two evils routine doesn’t “cut it” for me anymore!

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