Monday, August 15, 2011
Congressman Rob Woodall says results were interesting and Georgia is lucky to have two candidates in the race.
Congressman Rob Woodall addressed the Rotary Club of Lawrenceville at a luncheon on Monday, August 15th. Following his presentation to the group, Lawrenceville Patch asked his opinion of this past weekend's Iowa Straw Poll in which Michelle Bachman came out on top. Woodall said this is just the beginning. The congressman told Patch Georgia was lucky to have two candidates, Cain and Newt Gingrich, in the race. Watch the video to see Woodall's comments. Rep. Woodall will hold his first of a series of town hall meetings Tuesday, August 16th at 7pm at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center. CLARIFICATION:The context of a partial quotation from Rep. Woodall was not interpreted definitively in the original text version of this story, …
Friday, August 12, 2011
Rep. Woodall said he believes private sector deserves a chance.
Members of Citizens for a Better Gwinnett and Gwinnett Citizens for a Responsible Government turned out in force for Rep. Rob Woodall’s (R-GA-07) appearance at Thursday night’s Founding Fathers Tea Party Patriots meeting. The groups are looking to Woodall for support in their fight against the potential privatization and commercialization of Briscoe Field. Gwinnett Citizens for a Responsible Government chairwoman Sabrina Smith said the expense the county would incur should any private operator fail is an expense the taxpayers cannot afford and asked Woodall for his position on the privatization program. “Like any pilot program … we don’t know if it is a good program or not. We don’t know what the success rate will be,” Woodall said. “My …
Thursday, August 11, 2011
The congressman responded to the rally held in front of his Lawrenceville office Wednesday morning.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Patch asked Congressman Woodall for a response to Wednesday's "Jobs Not Cuts" rally, organized by MoveOn Gwinnett and held outside his office at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center. “The concerns Moveon.org shared highlights the division between Republicans and Democrats today," Woodall said Thursday. "One side believes that government spending creates jobs, while I and other conservatives know that excessive government borrowing destroys jobs. I remain focused on job creation and am committed to continuing our work in the House to rein in borrowing, which will lead to a more stable economy." "I am grateful for their participation in these important conversations and encourage Moveon.org to take these same concerns to the …