Monday, October 02, 2006

Rubley Accepts Babb's Debate Challenge, Libertarian Eager to Confront Longtime Incumbent

Babb for Pennsylvania News Release: October 2, 2006

Chester & Montgomery Counties - Voters will witness a rare and unscripted exchange between Libertarian James Babb and longtime incumbent Carole Rubley in an open debate Sunday, October 8th.

"I'm grateful to the Chester County League of Women Voters for this opportunity" said Babb. "I requested this debate because the voters in the 157th district deserve answers to some key questions:

Why are property taxes through the roof?
Why is government spending out of control?
Why has Pennsylvania been ranked one of the 10 worst states for business?

Voters deserve answers. Voters deserve alternatives."

“I will share with voters my plan to eliminate property taxes, resurrect our dismal business climate and increase education choices."

District 157, State Rep. Debate
Sponsored by the Chester County League of Women Voters
(www.pa.lwv.org/chesco)
Sunday, October 8, 2006, 2:00 pm.
Easttown Library, 720 First Avenue, Berwyn, PA 19312
www.easttownlibrary.org

More information about the campaign can be found at www.JamesBabb.com.

Contact:
Ken Krawchuk, Babb for Pennsylvania Media Relations
215-881-9696
Media@JamesBabb.com

or

James Babb
610-539-8825
610-574-1222 (cell)
Jim@JamesBabb.com

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