Loudoun Republicans Highlight Freedom in Leesburg Independence Day Parade

July 6, 2010

The Loudoun County Republicans put forth a strong showing in the Leesburg Independence Day Parade. Led by a float that was topped with Lady Liberty and flanked with American flags, our theme of "Land of the Free" was emblazoned across the side, highlighting what we love about this great land of ours. Strong support for Congressman Frank Wolf was also apparent with many in our crowd wearing the familiar "Wolf Pack" shirts. Commissioner of the Revenue Bob Wertz was out in front helping lead the procession. Delegate Tag Greason (32nd VA House District) was also present with a large following.

The Loudoun Republican Women's Club provided 500 pocket size copies of the U.S. Constitution that were distributed to adults and children along the parade route. The response was fantastic and we could have handed out thousands more. Crowds enthusiastically cheered our procession as we moved through Leesburg, demonstrating that our message of preserving America's freedom by promoting smaller, smarter government resonated with voters. It was a great day to celebrate our country's birthday and many thanks to all that came out and showed their support!

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