Bill Richardson coming to Georgia – Oct. 5th

On Friday, October 5th, the Georgia Association of Democratic County Chairs (GADCC) in conjunction with the Georgia state AFL-CIO and the Young Democrats of Georgia will host a reception featuring 2008 Democratic Presidential candidate Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico.

The event begins at 7:00p.m. on October 5th, is scheduled to last about an hour and a half, and is being held at the IBEW Auditorium located at 501 Pulliam Street, SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30312.

All are welcomed to attend, and a voluntary contribution of $25.00 is requested to help defray the costs of organizing the event.

For more information, or to RSVP, please visit the GADCC’s website at .


  1. Donkey Kong says:

    I wouldn’t be too disappointed with a Richardson presidency. I also wouldn’t be too surprised if we had a Clinton-Richardson ticket.

  2. DMZDave says:

    Governor Richardson has been out on the campaign trail calling for a comprehensive national energy plan. No question, that is something this country needs. Maybe someone could show up at this event and ask him in which drawer in his desk at the Department of Energy we may be able to find the comprehensive energy plan he wrote back when he was the Secretary. Uh, don’t bother looking.

    Seriously, I always hear about Richardson’s great resume but can anyone tell me one thing he accomplished at any job he held ? You would think that someone who spent two years as Secretary of Energy would be embarassed to say he was running for president so he could accomplish the very things he failed to do when he was responsible for them as the Secretary of Energy.

  3. ConservativeCaucus says:

    I had high hopes (at least as high as a Conservative can have for a Democrat) about his candidacy… but he has been a major disappointment. Totally bombing on questions and seeming a bit in over his head.

  4. dingleberry says:

    DMZDave, let me break this down as simple and specific as it gets so you don’t have any more questions.

    What Bill Richardson has Accomplished:

    A Lot.

    Then again, you can ask the same question about our current President, who has managed to accomplish even less…

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