The Whatley For Alabama Senate Campaign! April 11-19

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Senator Whatley

Senator Whatley

Hi everyone! About two weeks ago I had the amazing opportunity to take part in Senator Tom Whatley’s campaign for reelection. Senator Whatley is running for senator again for Alabama district 27 (which happens to be the district I live in). About 10 Christian high-school students from different places in Georgia and Alabama came to take part in the Student campaign for Senator Whatley in the Republican Primary on June 3. During the week we waved signs on busy intersections, knocked on well over 1,400 doors, hung out with the Senator and met the Governor of Alabama. We stayed at the Whatley Farm near Auburn, and had a lot of fun even when we weren’t campaigning; we enjoyed frisbee throwing, games, good food and a good debate. By the end of the week we were known for our notorious, heated, and often loud dinner-table debates over controversial current (and even some  not-so-current) events and ideas.  It was an incredible opportunity and everyone had a lot of fun. Next month I’ll be participating in another campaign for Senator Whatley event very similar to this. Here are some photos from the campaign, and I highly recommend checking out this set on my Flickr page for more photos. Enjoy!

Epic Group Photo

Epic Group Photo

Sign Waving

Sign Waving

Sign Waving

Sign Waving

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bonfire

Bonfire

"T" For Tom

“T” For Tom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worship at the Bonfire

Worship at the Bonfire

Being Awesome (at Bonfire)

Being Awesome (at Bonfire)

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