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Madison Cawthorn – The Change That Congress Needs

February 8, 2020

This post is directed primarily at Western North Carolina residents living in Congressional District 11. This candidate has my full support and endorsement

As you know, our current Congressman Mark Meadows is not running for re-election and will be moving on, most probably to a role in Donald Trump’s re-election campaign. He was a no-nonsense legislator who will be missed.

The March 3rd primary is nearly here and there are several people running for this seat on the Republican ticket. The choices are even a bit confusing. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce and endorse Madison Cawthorn and ask that you consider his background carefully and give him your support.

Madison will carry-on Mark Meadows’ work in Washington while also bringing a much needed perspective and change to congress as a whole. Is he conservative? Yes! Will he work to protect Second Amendment rights? Yes. Does he support President Trump’s agenda fully? Yes! Is he the change that Congress needs? Yes! Here’s an interview he did with Fox:

When I heard that Mark Meadows was not running for his seat, I considered filing to run myself. I have prior political experience as a vice-mayor and I have been active in political affairs all my life. Why didn’t I run? I truly believe that even at my relatively young age of 71, I am simply too old. I want to see a younger, newer and more alert generation running our congress instead of career politicians, most of them ancient, who have been there forever. Madison Cawthorn fits the bill perfectly and has also signed-on to the Term Limits Pledge.

I recently had the opportunity to meet this young man at a Republican meet and greet held in Brevard, North Carolina. I was very impressed and as people who know me well will attest, I am certainly not easily impressed. Madison Cawthorn talks the talk and walks the walk. He’s a strong voice for conservative values with the ability to speak and persuade fellow millennials, all of whom must be an integral part of our political process, moving forward.

Here’s Madison’s Twitter page:

Whatever party or viewpoint you come from, please give this young man a really good look and then give him your support and vote on March 3.

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  1. Jacqui Murray permalink

    Good luck!

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  2. Mountain Man permalink

    Good analysis, I felt the same way when I saw and heard Madison at AB Tech. Madison commanded the room. I felt the same about Madison as I did about Mark Meadows a few years ago when I heard him at a Tea Party Bus Tour in Henderson Co. None of the other prominent “R’s” in the County showed up. That was the old “R” party. Mark was what WNC needed then, Madison is what WNC needs now .

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  3. Mountain Man permalink

    Go vote for local boy from Henderson Co., Cawthorn ! Take your wife, make some points take your mother-in-law, that cousin you like, that forgetful,neighbor who needs help voting….VOTE ! Take them all out to eat ! They will love you forever…well for awhile anyway LOL

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  4. Barb-in-Buncombe permalink

    I heard Madison speak at a neighborhood gathering this month. I walked in not knowing a thing about him. He is totally on message and has a charisma that lights up a room. Then, I watched a clip from his appearance on a Fox TV interview (check media on his campaign website to take a look). What?! He knocked it out of the park. Articulate, telegenic, and commanding. The GOP needs him and now. I am sickened that Meadows endorsed a completely lackluster candidate—yes, I have met her. To those who say: “He is too young for Congress.” I will remind them that the Founding Fathers thought age 25 was a good age for our representatives. I will stand with them. Any GOP candidate will have an uphill battle in the NC Congressional 11, but if anyone can bring in votes from the County areas, it will be a fresh newcomer.

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    • I totally agree with you. I have actively campaigned for Madison and garnered 523 votes in face to face discussions. We need others to do the same. Early voting is non. Let’s get people to the polls, especially skeptical seniors.


  5. Reblogged this on allenrizzi and commented:

    Today is the day! Please get out and vote for Madison!


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