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Harrison Nixon for Georgia Senate 30 & William Osborne for NC Senate 26

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We again broadcast with candidates as guests...this time with an old friend & a new visitor.

James Harrison Nixon will be making his third appearance on The Social Spitball Show.

Nixon is a different kind of candidate and a different kind of Democrat for a Southern state that desperately needs different leaders.  He is that leader who stands for Medicaid Expansion, common sense gun ownership (and regulations), Autism Awareness (and legislative support), as well as equal rights for all Georgians.  Nixon doesn't shy away from any group that will have him to speak about his vision, which harbors both conservative and progressive ideals.  

Listen to learn more about this outstanding candidate as we talk about what's happening in the Empire State of the South:  http://www.jamesharrisonnixon2014.com/

William Osborne, Democratic Nominee for North Carolina Senate in District 26, will be making his first appearance on The Social Spitball Show.  

Osborne is a recent former Chair of the Rockingham County Democratic Party & knows how to organize.  He'll be putting those leadership skills in play as he becomes a high profile Senate candidate in a "winnable district" against the current Republican NC Senate leader Phil Berger in November.  Berger's leadership, along with Thom Tillis' leadership of the NC House as Speaker, has decimated decades of progress made in North Carolina by members of both parties as North Carolina became a progressive beacon of the South.

Tune in to hear his plan to put North Carolina back to work and to restore sanity to the legislature in Raleigh:  http://www.electwosborne.com/

These two men look to initiate needed change in the capitals of two hurting states of the South, due to irresponsible Republican leadership.  That change depends on you.

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