Wednesday, October 18, 2006

More Photos From the Trail

Thanks to all who helped with the Cranberry Fest and Apple Fest parades this fall!
Many supporters rooted Nick on at the first debate, October 13th in Superior.

The Rusk County Republican Party expressed their excitement about Nick's candidacy at their recent fall dinner.

Dwight Davis introduces Nick at a recent fundraiser in Wausau.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Photos from the Trail






The Reid family enjoyed the excitement at the Barron Co. Republican Rally this weekend.



Saturday, September 30, 2006

Nick's First TV Ad

Monday, September 25, 2006

From the Trail





Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Thank You

Thanks to all of you who voted to entrust Nick with the Republican nomination to take on Dave Obey in November (for Nick's remarks last night you can click here). Also a big thanks goes out to all of our volunteers who walked in parades, put out yard signs and talked to friends and neighbors about Nick's campaign.

Nick is already hard at work to win this race. He has already issued a challenge to Dave Obey and Mike Miles to debate six times in the next 8 weeks.

But Nick needs your help to get the job done.

To sign up to volunteer, e-mail the campaign at info@friendsofnickreid.com or call us at (715) 254-9290.

Nick also needs contributions to pay for the expenses of campaign commercials, mail, yard signs and more. To contribute securely online with your credit card, you can click here. Or you can send a check to:

Friends of Nick Reid
P.O. Box 446
Superior, WI 54880

Thanks again and please join us over the next 55 days as we work to bring hope for a better tomorrow to the people of the Seventh District.

Monday, September 11, 2006

More From the Trail

Scott West introducing Nick at our Stevens Point fundraiser and meet and greet.

The primary debate on WPR.

Nick participating in the Rusk Co. Voter Forum.

Nick talks with friends at our Grantsburg fundraiser and meet and greet.

Our team heard "it's time for a change" many times this weekend at the Osceola Parade.

Nick addresses the Langlade Co. Republican Party at their recent open house.

9-11 Remembered

Nick sent out this release today.

“Five years ago today we awoke to a nightmare,” said Reid. “I was on the ground in Washington that day, and saw first hand the evil, and destruction that our enemies seek to inflict. At the same time, I also witnessed the courage and resolve of our first responders and the men and women of our armed forces as they met this new challenge.”

“Our government’s most basic obligation is to protect the American people from future attacks. Because of our resolve, we have not been attacked here at home since that horrid day. This is a credit to our brave soldiers serving abroad, and our administration and law enforcement agencies here at home. I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their steadfastness and courage in the job they have done.”

“Our work is not yet finished, however. Our side has to be successful 100% of the time, and the enemy only needs to be successful once to bring horror and death to our shores. We have been safe here at home up to this point because we have taken the fight to the enemy. Now in part because of our success, some are calling for us to retreat in Iraq and other battlefields in the War on Terror. I believe this would be a grave mistake. General John Abizaid said recently that if we cut and run in Iraq the terrorists will follow us home. We cannot afford this, we must make sure that we fight and win in Iraq and every battlefield in this war.”

Saturday, September 09, 2006

From the Trail

Nick enjoyed serving at the Chicken Dinner after the Merrill Labor Day parade.

Nick and the gang met hundreds over 3 days at the Central WI State Fair in Marshfield.

Thanks to our nephews Daniel (above) and Greg (below - the redhead) for their Herculean efforts in the parades in Jim Falls and Wausau. You guys are very tough!


And thank you so much to our friends who joined us at the Wausau Labor Day Parade (pictured here) and so many other events this summer. Your help made a HUGE impact!

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Nick Endorsed by Journal Sentinel

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says "Reid the stonger pick."

Here's the key excerpt:

Reid, of Rice Lake, would be better able to navigate Congress, given his work for Ryun and three years as a legislative link for the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation. He recalls watching Congress debate such issues as President Bush's tax cuts and the No Child Left Behind bill.

That experience with the inner workings of Congress makes Reid the better pick.

Monday, August 28, 2006

Beth's Weekend Review





A note from Beth Reid...

Nick, the girls and I had an encouraging weekend as we talked with people at the Superior Dragonboat Festival, Burnett Co. Fair and parade, Price Co. Fair, and the Cumberland Rutabaga Festival and parade. We appreciate so much the hours many of you have put in to bring hope to the 7th District. We continuously receive excited responses as people here realize they may actually have real representation come this November.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

From the Trail

Beth Reid writes . .

This weekend Nick and I visited and participated in the Minong Fair, Chippewa Falls Pure Water Days parade, Rusk County Fair and Breakfast, and the Haugen Fun Days parade. We had the opportunity to help serve at the Rusk County Breakfast on Sunday.