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Park Gillespie Speaks to Republican Party Convention: Calls for Debate
February 20, 2006

Friday, February 17, 2006
Contact: Randall Mullis (803) 493-3922

CLOVER, SC - Park Gillespie, candidate for Congress in the 5th congressional district, addressed the Lancaster County Republican Party Convention at USC-Lancaster yesterday.  Mr. Gillespie spoke about his passion for pro-family, pro-growth policies and how those ideas have made America a "city on a hill" for the entire world to see.  Mr. Gillespie, a former public school social studies and science teacher of 16 years, made his case for why we need to elect someone who has "been in the trenches" and understands the needs of ordinary folks in Congress.

Gillespie also called on the party to have an open and fair primary, saying " Republicans believe in 'we the people, not we the few who tell you who to vote for' and in that spirit I call for a debate between myself and Ralph Norman here at USC- Lancaster."

Dr. Faulkner, professor at USC-Lancaster agreed to arrange a public debate between Ralph Norman and Gillespie who both are seeking the Republican Party nomination in SC congressional district 5.  The winner will face John Spratt in November.

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