Herman Cain to Address Georgia State Senate


Monday, August 29, 2011

Herman Cain to Address Georgia State Senate

(Stockbridge, GA)—Republican Presidential Candidate Herman Cain will address the Georgia State Senate at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 31. A press conference on the interior Capitol steps will follow the speech.

Cain will discuss his recent trip to Israel as well as “Cain’s Vision for Economic Growth,” including his “9-9-9 Plan” during the press conference, which will start at 11 a.m.

Cain is the second presidential candidate to address a legislative body in Georgia, and he is the only candidate from Georgia to do so. He looks forward to speaking with legislators from his home state and to discussing his bold and innovative economic plan with the press.

This event will allow Cain to expand upon the jobs plan that he rolled out in South Carolina in July. The Georgia State Capitol is home to many who agree with Cain’s stance on the economy, and it is a very appropriate place to discuss economic issues facing America.

Cain to Detail “Cain’s Vision for Economic Growth” in South Carolina

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

(Stockbridge, GA)- Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain will host a meet-and-greet to detail his “Cain’s Vision for Economic Growth” at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, August 18, 2011 at Hudson’s Barbecue, 4952 Sunset Blvd., Lexington, South Carolina.

“While President Obama searches for an economic growth and jobs plan, I have one,” Cain said. “I am willing to share my plan with the President, Congress and the ‘super committee’ because America can’t keep waiting.”

Cain previously unveiled a portion of his plan during a trip to Greenville, South Carolina, in late June. In this immediate economic boost, Cain proposes:

1. Lower the top corporate and personal income tax rates to a maximum of 25 percent.
2. Eliminate taxes on repatriated profits.
3. Take the capital gains tax rate to zero.
4. Provide a full payroll tax holiday for both employers and employees for a single year.
5. Make the tax rates permanent to quell economic uncertainty.

Cain also favors a long-term phase out of the entire tax code and replacing it with a national consumption tax, also known as the Fair Tax.

In addition to the meet-and-greet, Cain will have press availability from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cain has held several executive roles in the private sector: as a business analyst for Coca-Cola; as Vice President of the Pillsbury Company, leading the turnaround of 450 Burger King restaurants; as Chairman and CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, taking the company from the brink of bankruptcy, returning it to profitability and leading his management team in a buyout in just 14 months; and as the Chairman, President and CEO of the National Restaurant Association, leading the nation’s single largest private industry. He has served on the boards of directors of several major American and multinational corporations, including Whirlpool, Nabisco, SuperValu, AGCO, Hallmark Cards, Reader’s Digest and Aquila. Cain’s professional record as a job creator and “turnaround artist” sparked the interest of the late Secretary Jack Kemp, who selected him as a member of his “Economic Growth and Tax Reform Commission.”


One thought on “Herman Cain to Address Georgia State Senate

  1. Herman is the real deal. I’d like to see him gain some ground in the already crowded (but lackluster) GOP field. The press, however, will continue to ignore him, and I believe this is due to the fact that they simply do not want to take the chance that he will ever be in a position to debate their beloved Obama. The GOP fears him as well because he is truly is an outsider. Chances are we will be stuck with a cookie-cutter candidate like Perry or Romney.

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