The Angel Clark Show With Vocal Ron Paul Supporter Will McVay And Rob Spicer Of Americans Elect – Episode 172 – 4/11/12

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Vocal Ron Paul supporter Will McVay joins the Angel Clark Show as well as Rob Spicer to talk about Americans Elect.

About Will:

If you haven’t heard by now Will McVay is vocal Ron Paul supporter. His open support for Ron Paul has sent some in the GOP establishment of Delaware frothing at the loins.

Will McVay’s website names him as a Libertarian and he ran as a Libertarian in his district in Delaware in 2010. He is currently the Delaware Libertarian Party‘s Vice Chair, and a Republican. Will, who lives in the 32nd District in Delaware, registered as a Republican so he could vote for Ron Paul. He was quite vocal about the fact that he was planning to become a delegate and to vote for Ron Paul. Delaware’s primary is two weeks away on April 24.
Vocal Ron Paul supporter Will McVay to be on the Angel Clark Show

Will McVay, Website.

Will McVay Facebook

Will McVay (@wmcvay) on Twitter!/wmcvay

Issue Video: Will McVay on South Park

Check out this past interview with Will McVay on the Angel Clark Show that goes into some of the dealings with the .


Radio Freedom News Network Archives of Will McVay on The Angel Clark Show


About Americans Elect

Americans Elect 2012 | The first direct presidential nomination

Americans Elect | Facebook

Americans Elect (@AmericansElect) on Twitter!/americanselect

Additionally here is an interview with Americans Elect rep. on the Angel Clark Show!/user/angelclark/americans_elect_on_radio_freedom_3


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