Wine and Pearls Fundraiser for Democrat Candidate US Congress District 4

Kranz Campaign News Release

Greenville, TX, June 2nd, 2018 – Northeast Texas finally has a Democrat running for US Congress. Catherine Krantz is tired of small towns in America getting the short end of the stick. They are underfunded in almost every area: schools, roads, hospitals, and infrastructure, especially internet telecommunications.  We are being left behind. She (like so many of us) is ready to put people over politics and start investing in our communities. She is inspiring voters all across northeast Texas who are ready for positive change with her grass-roots campaign. She will be in Greenville on June 2, 2018 from 7 – 10 pm, @ the Landon Winery in downtown Greenville, at a fundraiser for her campaign. Come out and enjoy some of Landon’s award-winning wines, talk about pearls with special guest Vantel Pearls and meet the candidate who is trying to represent our communities that so need to have a voice in Congress. Kranz will face Republican incumbent John Ratcliff in the November General Election.

Kranz is described as an award-winning International Entrepreneur and Publisher, with 20 years of experience in economic development. In a campaign statement, Kranz said: “I am a Democrat running for office in one of America’s Top 5 most Conservative Republican districts, but I will win because I know how frustrated we all are with low paying jobs, high cost of health care, lack of prosperity and opportunity in our communities. I know we have more in common with each other than with the politicians who represent us and I know we all want what’s best for our communities. I would like to be your Community Development Candidate, someone you can trust to fight for you in Congress. I will fight for Progressive American Values that benefit all Americans: Universal Health Care, Social Security Protection, Net Neutrality, a Living wage, Legalizing Cannabis for medical use and economic boost, Women’s Rights, Debt-Free College, Criminal Justice Reform, fighting income inequality and holding Wall Street accountable, getting big money out of politics and instituting term-limits for elected officials. We need a government that represents us.”

$20 for 5 tastes with Hors d’oeuvres, space is limited please RSVP to [email protected]

Author: Staff Reporter

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