YRNEA to Host Tuberville Meet and Greet in Scottsboro
July 3, 2019
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YRNEA to Host Tuberville Meet and Greet in Scottsboro

By Staff Reports

Scottsboro, Ala. – The Young Republicans of Northeast Alabama have announced they will be hosting a ‘Meet and Greet’ with former Auburn head football coach Tommy Tuberville, who is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. The event will take place Saturday, July 20th at 50 Taters in Scottsboro beginning at 6:00 P.M. The original venue was changed from Stevarino’s Italian Eatery to 50 Taters after the overwhelming response from interested voters.

Tuberville is vying for a chance to challenge incumbent Democrat Senator Doug Jones in the 2020 general election. 

YRNEA Chairman Dylan Smith is glad the Tuberville campaign has put Jackson County on their radar.

“We are excited to host Coach Tuberville,” says Smith. “Any Republican candidate seeking nomination to the U.S. Senate must be able to connect with the conservative grassroots. Our organization is certainly looking forward to presenting Tommy Tuberville to the voters of Northeast Alabama.”

Smith noted YRNEA’s core mission is to promote the ideals of freedom to young people while fighting back against socialist propaganda being advocated by the radical left.

“The radical left controls Hollywood, academia and the media. Through these avenues they are indoctrinating our nation’s youth. It is incumbent upon young conservatives to engage with other young folks and introduce them to the values of liberty.”

Smith continues, “We are proud to host a candidate who believes in alleviating our nation of the evils of socialism by standing with President Trump to put working class Americans first.”

YRNEA welcomes all to come out and fellowship. Those interested may RSVP to the event at the Young Republicans of Northeast Alabama Facebook page. 

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