Marjorie K. Eastman Addresses the Chatham County Republican Party’s Reagan Day Dinner

CARY, NC – U.S. Senate candidate and combat veteran Marjorie K. Eastman attended the Chatham County Republican Party’s Reagan Day Dinner and addressed the room on her plans to bring Frontline Leadership for North Carolina to Washington. Chatham County voters were able to hear Eastman’s message and contrast her fresh ideas for Washington with the other career politicians, Congressmen Budd and Walker, in the room.

“It was great to share my vision for our state and nation with the voters in Chatham County. I explained why I am running to bring Frontline Leadership to Washington and how I consider this another Tour of Duty for me,” said Eastman. “Career politicians have turned serving our country into an avenue for collecting taxpayer money while continuing the disastrous spend and tax routine in Washington. These same career politicians follow what the special interests want and not the will of North Carolinians. I was proud to stand before these highly engaged voters and discuss my platform, which is Security, Economy, and Education.”

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Marjorie K. Eastman is a combat veteran and a military spouse. She supported her husband’s distinguished military career in special operations. She lives in Cary with her husband, Charles, their beloved son, Henk, and several shelter rescue pets.