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Along with Sponsors

Governor Roy Barnes - Congressman Hank Johnson

Congressman David Scott - Rep. Stacey Abrams

Senator Hardie Davis, Jr. - Rep. Virgil Fludd  

Senator Vincent Fort - Councilman Kwanza Hall  Senator Steve Henson 

City Council President Ceasar Mitchell

Senator Nan Grogan Orrock 

Elizabeth Appley - Larry Cooper 

Jesse Crawford - Todd Evans

Will & Holly Hazleton - Melinda & Phil Holladay    Tom Houck - Jeanney Kutner

Wendell & Mary Reilly - Nikema Williams 

   

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 Invite You to a Special Event
with Elizabeth Colbert Busch

  

Friday, April 19, 2013

12:00 p.m. 

  

At the Home of Krista Brewer & Gary Flack

812 Springdale Road

Atlanta, Georgia 30306

 

$250 - Per Person To Attend

$1,000 - Gold Sponsor - $2,600 - Platinum Sponsor
 
RSVP 404-873-3600 or  kristin@theoblandergroup.com
In The News

  

Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch leads Republican Mark Sanford 47-45: Public Policy Polling
Published March 26

  

PPP's first look at the special election in South Carolina's 1st Congressional District finds a toss up race. Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch leads Republican Mark Sanford 47-45 and ties Curtis Bostic at 43.

This is a Republican leaning district and Barack Obama's approval rating in it is only 41% with 57% of voters disapproving of him. But Democrats are far more unified than the Republicans are. Busch is winning 87-89% of the Democratic vote while Sanford (76%) and Bostic (72%) are both earning less than 80% of the GOP vote. Busch is also up by 16-18 points with independent voters.

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30 Second Television Ad - Elizabeth Knows Jobs

 

Elizabeth Colbert Busch Knows Jobs
Elizabeth Colbert Busch Knows Jobs
Colbert Busch Platform: People, Not Party: Examiner.com
Today, and after weeks of formal vetting, 1st Congressional District candidate Elizabeth Colbert-Busch released her official campaign platform.
The sharp specifics, though, aren't exactly what voters might expect from a Democrat. And not from a Republican, either. 
 
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For the past five years, Elizabeth has been the Director of Business Development at Clemson University's Restoration Institute at the former Naval Shipyard in North Charleston in South Carolina. As Director, she has played a key role in bringing about the world's largest wind turbine/grid simulator facility-recognized internationally for both its technology and unique capabilities. Elizabeth also spearheaded the South Carolina Wind Industry's Economic impact findings, which concluded that this sector has already generated thousands of jobs and millions in wages and revenue for SC, with projections of exponential increases in all three areas over the next few years.

 

Elizabeth wants this generation and the next to be able to embrace the adventures and challenges of tomorrow without the level of uncertainty we are struggling with today. She understands what it is going to take to develop the modern American economy and recognizes that "This is Our Time."

 

Elizabeth and the "love of her life," husband Claus Busch-who was born and raised in the Charleston area-dote on the three children they've raised together. They are blessed with three grandchildren, with one on the way. They reside in the Charleston area.

 
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