Woolard Supporter Brings Handgun to Democratic Headquarters in Beaufort County just before Butterfield arrived! Police Called and Take Control–Source: Behind The Scenes of A TV Talk Show

A few weeks ago, I was co-hosting Jammin 99.3 with David Perkins and I mentioned the emotional environment with some tea party members and their use of handguns at rallies.  This is a prime example of emotional rhetoric gone astray.  In the Daily News article, Woolard supported his supporter with “his 2nd Amendment Right to carry”.   Woolard also stated that politics, in this time of year, gets heated.  Woolard said he wants people to be emotional about this election. (Read more)

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Congressman G.K. Butterfield

Health care, taxes at center of District 1 U.S. House race–Source: Rocky Mount Telegram

A Beaufort County businessman believes his doctrine of limited government, small business investment and lower taxes is enough to trump a six-year incumbent’s re-election efforts.

Republican Ashley Woolard, who hails from Washington, N.C., has stepped forward to challenge three-term U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-1st District, in this year’s midterm election. Butterfield, a former N.C. Superior Court judge from Wilson, has been targeted by Republicans — like many U.S. House Democrats — this election season for what the GOP call liberal stances and controversial votes on health care. (Read more)

Note: First of all this Republican don’t live in the 1st Congressional District so why in the hell he don’t run in his district? He can’t vote for himself. Just because he is a businessman he has the answers? This Republican is tea party driven. C. Dancy II – DCN Publisher

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Congressman G.K. Butterfield

The Real Story of Ashley Woolard’s Residency: According to State BOE, Woolard Can’t Vote For Himself. (Tea Partiers At Their Best)

I’ve had several emails asking this and here it is straight from The NC Board of Elections.

I pulled Ashley Woolard’s Sample Voter Ballot and according to the State BOE Woolard will not be able to vote for himself. (Read more)

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Ashley Woolard

Butterfield, Tea Party hold very different events

While some Wilson residents will be holding an appreciation day for Congressman G.K. Butterfield at Pender and Nash streets, the Wilson County Tea Party will hold a rally at the Wilson County Library.

One of their topics is retiring Butterfield.

Both events are Saturday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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John Farmer for Wilson County Sheriff, Ashley Woolard for Congress and others are speakers at the Wilson County Tea Party Event