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On The Road To A New California

On The Road To A New California

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Published by Meg Whitman
In these final days of the campaign, Meg is not leaving any community untouched. She’s traveling up and down the state, meeting voters, telling them her story and urging them to go to the polls on Tuesday and help her build A New California. Follow along with Meg’s stops, and check back for regular updates from the trail. Onward to Nov. 2! MENLO PARK (November 1, 2010) – A large crowd of hometown supporters overflowed out of a Menlo Park coffe
In these final days of the campaign, Meg is not leaving any community untouched. She’s traveling up and down the state, meeting voters, telling them her story and urging them to go to the polls on Tuesday and help her build A New California. Follow along with Meg’s stops, and check back for regular updates from the trail. Onward to Nov. 2! MENLO PARK (November 1, 2010) – A large crowd of hometown supporters overflowed out of a Menlo Park coffe

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OntheroadtoANewCalifornia
 
By Meg News Channel
 
In these final days of the campaign, Meg is not leaving any community untouched. She’straveling up and down the state, meeting voters, telling them her story and urging themto go to the polls on Tuesday and help her build A New California. Follow along withMeg’s stops, and check back for regular updates from the trail. Onward to Nov. 2!MENLO PARK
(November 1, 2010) – A large crowd of hometown supporters overflowed out of aMenlo Park coffee shop this morning for a final sendoff for Meg before Election Day.They braved the chilly morning to line up near the entrance of the coffee shop, eager withanticipation to wish their candidate well before tomorrow night’s returns come in.With one more day left, their chants of encouragement have shifted from “Go Meg go!” to “WinMeg win!” Nearby, Meg’s big green bus, the “Take Back Sac Express,” honked for her, firing the
 
crowd up even more.Meg’s home is in Silicon Valley – it’s where she learned how to use innovation to solve problemsand to use technology to do more with less.Meg greeted her supporters and then headed inside for a cup of coffee, where she met dozens of other enthusiastic patrons and a few longtime friends from the area. She greeted each onepersonally, thanked them for their support and told them: “We’re going to win tomorrow.” Long after Meg left, the crowd of supporters continued chanting their words of encouragement,before finally heading to phone banks to make calls to voters on Meg’s behalf.
CARPINTERIA
(October 31, 2010) – Election Day may be around the corner, but Meg’s notforgetting to celebrate Halloween.Tonight she stopped by a Halloween gathering at a Carpinteria home. She handed out candy totrick-or-treaters, and talked with parents about her plan to put California back on track.
 
In the end, she told these families that it’s all about the kids – that she’s running for Governor tohelp build a brighter future for California’s next generation.Lots of little ones gladly took canvas Meg 2010 bags to deposit their candy stash in, and theygathered around Meg to pose for photos on the front porch on this festive fall evening.Meg even signed some autographs -- one little girl proudly displaying Meg’s message to her on hercardboard candy corn costume: “Happy Halloween!” 
BURBANK
(October 31, 2010) – With 48 hours to go, victory was in the air today.You could see it everywhere you turned here in Burbank, where hundreds of excited supportersgathered to wish their candidate well and cheer her on to victory at one final blowout rally.Today was about giving Meg’s campaign one huge surge of momentum before voters head to thepolls on Tuesday. Excited supporters said it was their last chance to show Meg that they’ve beenbehind her all the way, and they’ll continue to work hard through Election Day.And the momentum surged today.You could see it in the sea of orange and green. In the homemade signs that read “A New CA” and “Meg is ready”. And in the confetti that cascaded upon the crowd, foreshadowing a victory onTuesday.A look around the crowd showed the diversity of support for Meg’s campaign. They're young andthey're old. They're all ages and from all walks of life. And they’re Republicans and independents

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