Rick Santorum photo

Press Release - Santorum to Celebrate "Land of Lincoln" Primary Where Lincoln Articulated Our Nation's Greatest Sacrifice for Freedom

March 19, 2012

Verona, PA - Republican Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum will hold an election night party in Gettysburg, PA - site of the largest battle ever held in the Western Hemisphere and where President Abraham Lincoln gave his most poignant and passionate defense of our Founder's vision of freedom.

Hogan Gidley, National Communications Director, said: "Tomorrow marks the Republican Primary in the 'Land of Lincoln.' Rick Santorum has chosen to celebrate the evening at the very place President Lincoln gave his most poignant and passionate defense of freedom and the American spirit - Gettysburg, PA. This week marks the two year anniversary of the passage of ObamaCare - and we are again fighting for freedom. But this time we are not asking the American people to put on the uniform of their country, but stand up as citizens - to stand up to the freedom infringement of this Administration and for a candidate and a message focused on empowering the American people. This night will mark an important turn toward the second half of this primary season, with a renewed focus on freedom, empowerment, and nominating a candidate who can draw clear contrasts with President Obama. Rick Santorum is the one candidate who can do that and he will proudly make that declaration of freedom in the tiny Pennsylvania town where so many gave their 'last full measure' in defense of those freedoms."

Who: Republican Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum

What: Election Night Rally

When: Tuesday, March 20, 8:00pm ET

Where: Gettysburg Hotel

One Lincoln Square

Gettysburg, PA 17325

Rick Santorum, Press Release - Santorum to Celebrate "Land of Lincoln" Primary Where Lincoln Articulated Our Nation's Greatest Sacrifice for Freedom Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/300637

Filed Under

Categories

Attributes

Simple Search of Our Archives