Received via email:
“After researching the platforms and background of the 2010 Secretary of State candidates, Doug MacGinnitie was the obvious choice. Doug is not a career politician, but an entrepreneur and business owner who wants to make a difference in our government by applying sound, real-world principles,” stated Tricia Pridemore, chairman of the Cobb County 912 Project. “The office of Georgia Secretary of State is critical to holding free and honest elections. Doug understands the principles needed to secure our electoral process, and we trust him to uphold the pledge and commitments he’s made to Georgia voters.”
The 9-12 Project was formed by Glenn Beck in an effort to remind Americans of the way they felt on September 12th, 2001 in the aftermath of September 11th. The national effort focuses on the need for Americans to unite to return to the basic values and principles of our Founding Fathers. The Founding Fathers built America upon 28 powerful principles, and the 9-12 Project distilled the original 28 down to nine basic principles and 12 values. Among the nine principles are commitments to the ideas that God is at the center of my life, America is good, the family is sacred, the government answers to me and everyone should have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
“I am honored and humbled to have received the endorsement of the Cobb County 912 Project” stated MacGinnitie. “I share their commitment to conservative values and principled leadership. This endorsement is affirmation that conservative Georgians value sound business principles and are hungry for new leadership with a track record of success in the private sector.”