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Excited
 Voters 
Greet
 Meg
 Whitman 
In 
Tuolumne 
County


Excited
 Voters 
Greet
 Meg
 Whitman 
In 
Tuolumne 
County


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COLUMBIA 
– Chatter of Meg Whitman’s visit to Tuolumne County began long before she arrived. Here in Columbia -- a former Gold Rush town nestled at the foothills of the Sierras -- voters had been eagerly waiting to meet the candidate for Governor who they believe isn’t like any other candidate they’ve seen before. And when Meg visited Tuolumne County this Labor Day weekend, voters said they weren’t disappointed. She was ev
COLUMBIA 
– Chatter of Meg Whitman’s visit to Tuolumne County began long before she arrived. Here in Columbia -- a former Gold Rush town nestled at the foothills of the Sierras -- voters had been eagerly waiting to meet the candidate for Governor who they believe isn’t like any other candidate they’ve seen before. And when Meg visited Tuolumne County this Labor Day weekend, voters said they weren’t disappointed. She was ev

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Excited
voters
greet
Meg
Whitman
in
Tuolumne
County
 


By Meg News Channel COLUMBIA — Chatter of Meg Whitman’s visit to Tuolumne County began long before she arrived. Here in Columbia -- a former Gold Rush town nestled at the foothills of the Sierras -- voters had been eagerly waiting to meet the candidate for Governor who they believe isn’t like any other candidate they’ve seen before. And when Meg visited Tuolumne County this Labor Day weekend, voters said they weren’t disappointed. She was everything they hoped their next Governor might be – personable, driven and passionate about changing the direction of this state. “We wanted to come and meet Meg because I’m really excited about her chances and I’m excited about what she can do for the state,” said Carey Haughy of Columbia. “Our county’s a small county, and we’re honored to have her here.” Meg’s visit to Columbia was just another step in her ongoing effort to meet voters in every corner of this state – Tuolumne County was the 49th county Meg’s traveled to on the campaign trail. She’s toured hundreds of businesses and she’s met thousands of voters who want to have a voice in California’s future. On Saturday, Meg visited local businesses and took a walking tour of historic Columbia. Then she attended the county’s Republican BBQ, where she spoke to nearly 200 community members and told them that working together “we can turn California around.” “We can make the Golden State golden again. It will not be easy but we can do this,” Meg told the cheering crowd. “And I believe this is about focus – doing a small number of things really well. It’s about leadership. It’s about being out in front and standing for things and bringing people together so that we can make this state great again.” “Having a gubernatorial candidate running for election and visit our humble little community is big, it’s just huge,” said Gary Neubert, a Columbia business owner who helped plan the event, and who founded his own home-based business through eBay in the company’s early days. “People are genuinely excited to see her, proud that she would come to Columbia and really grateful that she spent the time and looked people in the eye. She was real sincere about wanting to know what their lives are like and how she can possibly help them as Governor.”

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