UPDATE: Stand with Sen. Colbeck


As stated in Friday’s post, Stand with Senator Patrick Colbeck, a group of the Senator’s strong supporters has organized a grassroots event to show our support to Sen. Colbeck because of his stalwart stand on Principles of Liberty (see aforementioned article for details – link is repeated here).

The following details are copied from a friend in Senator Colbeck’s district.  I hope to see some of you at the Senator’s swearing in ceremony tomorrow.

“Here are the details for anyone who plans on coming to Lansing on Wednesday (January 14).  We plan on meeting in Sen. Colbeck’s office between 9:00 – 9:30 AM before going over to the Capitol at 10:15.  There will be light refreshments in his office but if anyone wants to contribute to the larder – please feel free.
As of this point the understanding is we are able to go to the swearing in ceremony and get a picture taken with the Senator.  The tickets are for those who are invited to stay after for the Senate session where floor speeches will be made.
Scott Hagerstrom is going to hold a special meeting for those in town in his office at 12:00 PM.  Depending on the time we finish at the Capitol, we can go back to Senator Colbeck’s office and hang out there till noon.  He said he would have a television on in his office so we can watch the session – which I understand will be worth the watch.
We are meeting between 9:00 – 9:30 AM in the Farnum Building in office 1020.  The Farnum building is on the corner of Allegan and Capitol.”  Map is here.

RSVP here.  Hope to see you in Lansing tomorrow as we show our support for Senator Patrick Colbeck’s unwavering stand on the Principles of Liberty and the Constitution!

Tim Keller
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Tim Keller has taught American History, World History, government, writing, speech and related courses at both the high school and college level since 1997.
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