Young Professionals for Austin Scott Reception

Full Disclosure: I am a sponsor to this event.

Austin Scott Young Professionals Event PDF. For those without Adobe or other PDF viewers the info is below:

When: Monday, October 11, 2010 7:00pm-9:00pm

Sponsor cost: $150 for Gold, $100 for Silver or $25/person (this includes beer, wine, and appetizers)

Where: Home of Brad and Michelle Carver, 4219 Beverly Lane NE, Atlanta, GA 30342

Come join the Metro area’s finest Young Professionals as they support State Rep. Austin Scott, the Eighth District’s next Congressman! If you are interested in serving as a Sponsor, please let us know by Friday, Oct. 8 so you can receive recognition at the event.

Questions? RSVP? Contact Cameron Fash at 404.259.8922 or [email protected]

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  1. CSF says:

    I too am a sponsor and look forward to this event. I may not be able to vote for Austin but if elected he will be able to vote for us.

  2. nicolefash says:

    I’m one of the sponsors, too. We are unbelievably excited about this event! Austin is an Atlanta Young Republican and it doesn’t matter where his district is, he will be my Congressman.

  3. View from Brookhaven says:

    I was going to ask “Why not in the district?”, but then I realized that the chances of finding enough young professionals in that area to fill such an event are nil.

    • Bulldog1 says:

      Brookhaven that is a very prejudice statement that does nothing but divide the State of Georgia. If you had read the PDF file of the invitation, it is clear that the Senate Majority Leader and the House Majority Whip are part of the event.

      Further, if you recall Austin Scott was previously a statewide canidate for Governor. There are people from all over the State for various reasons hoping he wins against Marshall. There are many young professionals in the 8th District working hard for and raising money for Scott. Further, money and/or ads are coming into the District from many conservative groups and the party against Marshall.

      Don’t scoff or turn your nose up at the citizens of the 8th because they are not part of the metro Atlanta area. It is not uncommon for events of a metro Congressional District to be held across the city in another Congressional District-it is the same concept. The 8th does border the metro area to the East and South. Do not stereo type rural folks as not holding professional jobs- there are many doctors, lawyers, bankers, farmers, small business owners, and everyday workers supporting Marshall and contributing.

      All Congressional Districts all have roughly the same population-the 8th District just happens to stretch from the suburbs of Atlanta down to south of Moultrie. It is only a couple of miles wide at some points. It was drawn that way by Barnes to keep a Democrat in Congress.

  4. View from Brookhaven says:

    I was a resident of that district.

    18 year olds leave for Athens, Atlanta, Statesboro, Auburn, Knoxville, etc….very, very few of them come back.

    • Ron Daniels says:

      Macon doesn’t have young professionals? Warner Robins doesn’t have young professionals?

      You’d think with a law school, a med school, RN programs, and terminal education degrees that you could find some professionals around who are young.

      But I’m sure none exist here. After all, you were a resident here. You would know.

  5. ctsand says:

    I will be attending this event. Austin has the voice we need to change the direction Washington is heading in with the first key vote to send Nancy her walking papers as Speaker.

    • polisavvy says:

      Won’t that be a wonderful day? I can’t wait to see it. Let’s not forget that good ‘ole Jim Marshall voted for her to be speaker. Her popularity is now that of BP’s and that ain’t saying much, either.

        • polisavvy says:

          LOL!! Just commenting on the popularity poll I saw on the news yesterday — had Pelosi and BP at 50%. (Was shocked to see her popularity so high — expected BP to be higher than 50%).

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