Corey Stewart To Host "Rally To Preserve Our Heritage" At Charlottesville City Hall

Corey Stewart, Republican candidate for Governor in Virginia, will host a rally TOMORROW night, Tuesday, February 21st at Charlottesville City Hall.  Corey has taken a vocal, high profile stand against the destruction of our history and heritage, and the left, as well as some in the Republican establishment, is attacking him with a vengeance.  We need to show up STRONG tomorrow evening to support him.

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I recently visited Charlottesville to fight against the removal of the Gen. Robert E. Lee Statue.

Make no mistake: The left won't stop at erasing Virginia's history. They won't be satisfied until they put down all dissenting opinion, at all times, in all places.

We cannot allow them to erase our heritage.

That is why this Tuesday, February 21st, we're returning to Charlottesville, this time to rally at steps of City Hall.

Please come and stand with me to protest the removal of General Lee's statue and help us stop this madness in its tracks.

The Rally to Preserve our Heritage will begin at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, February 21,

The City Council meeting begins at 7:00 PM, where they'll continue their effort to erase the proud record of one of Virginia's greatest heroes.

Without a doubt, the liberal agitators will try and shut our rally down.

We can't let them silence the voices advocating for Virginia's heritage.

General Lee is our heritageHe is our history. Robert E. Lee was a great American and Virginian. After the Civil War, General Lee spent the rest of his life working to reconcile and heal the country. His legacy is antithetical to the radicals who aim to destroy and divide, and it must be protected.

Join me and hundreds of other Virginians to protect our heritage in Charlottesville on Tuesday, February 21st at the steps of City Hall

Rally to Preserve our Heritage
Charlottesville City Hall
605 E. Main St.
Charlottesville, VA 22902
5:30 PM
RSVP here
For Virginia,

Corey Stewart

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