Glen Urquhart Uses New Technology to Connect with Delaware Voters in Tele-Town Halls

Oct 28, 2010, 19:00 ET from Glen Urquhart for Congress

NEWARK, Del., Oct 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- ( -- Like the savvy small business owner he is, Republican candidate for Congress, Glen Urquhart, has been getting voters on the line to present his solutions. That's the phone line.

Using new telephone technology, Urquhart has successfully connected with thousands of concerned in the closing weeks of this important election as his campaign closes in on victory. Urquhart has held three tele-town Halls to date, with more planned before Tuesday's election, allowing him to directly address voter concerns across the entire state.

"Tele-Town Halls are a great way to discuss the issues that most concern voters in these tough times," the candidate said. "On our calls, we've had thousands of concerned Delawareans log in each time. It's been enlightening and enjoyable and I really enjoy addressing their questions. I hear them. And they hear me."

Each town-hall lasts 60 minutes, during which the candidate addresses questions posed by taxpayers from across Delaware.

"Given the damage that the Democrats in Washington have done to our financial well-being in Delaware and across America, it's no surprise that most of the questions I'm getting are focused on jobs and how to get our economy back on track," said Urquhart.

Small business owner, Glen Urquhart, is a proven job creator and independent voice for the people of Delaware. Urquhart won the Republican Primary by standing up to the party establishment and their chosen candidate and will continue that track record of independence in Congress.

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