Gary Aiken went back to the classroom today to brief 14 young Republicans at Woodson High School on how local government works, its roles and responsibilities, why they should care, and the many ways in which they could get involved; for example, door knocking, calling, writing, attending events to hand out campaign literature, social media, and more.
Students are very busy these days, so even increments of 30-minutes would help.
Gary explained to the young patriots the advantages of working in local campaigns.
If you know a young student who’d like to earn community service hours or just gain the experience of working in a campaign, let Gary know. It’s time to “build the bench” for the future.
Gary is reaching every segment of Mason District to draw their attention to this election and ask for their vote. You can help by putting a sign in your yard, putting a bumper sticker on your car, and donating to the campaign.
Go to www.garyaiken.org, and help Gary win November 5. Remember, early voting has already begun.