"It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men."

- Samuel Adams

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Gubernatorial Candidate Shahram Hadian at CCM

Outlining his vision, values and platform, gubernatorial candidate Shahram Hadian of Everett spoke at the Grays Harbor Republican Central Committee Meeting on November 1 and took questions from attendees about a variety of issues and concerns. A Christian pastor and former Muslim, Hadian said his background includes experience as a pastor, police officer, teacher, coach and small business owner. He was a candidate for state representative in 2010.

Issues Mr. Hadian addressed included the state budget and wasteful spending, education, illegal immigration, the economy, national security, unions, the importance of the family as the bedrock of society, upholding the law, respecting the will of the people, and limited government. Following his presentation, Mr. Hadian engaged members on a broad range of subjects for nearly an hour.

Hadian said, "I am grateful for the opportunity to come to Grays Harbor and share about our campaign and the need for courageous leadership in Olympia. It was great to meet everyone and I look forward to coming back!"

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