Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht will be the latest town official to stand with Wake County school board candidate Nancy Caggia at a campaign event.
Weinbrecht will be Caggia’s special guest at a “meet-n-greet” she’s holding Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Fresca Café and Gelato in Cary. Cary Town Councilwoman Gale Adcock was a special guest at an event for Caggia on Sept. 16.
Caggia, running for the District 9 seat in Cary against school board member Bill Fletcher, has been endorsed by the majority of the Cary Town Council, including Republicans and Democrats.
Here’s Caggia’s press release:
For immediate release:
September 27, 2013
Meet School Board Candidate Nancy Caggia with Special Guest Cary Town Mayor Harold Weinbrecht
School District 9 Candidate Nancy Caggia is having a “meet-n-greet” with special guest, Cary Town Mayor Harold Weinbrecht on October 2. The event is from 7:00-8:30 P.M. at Fresca Café and Gelato, in lower level of Waverly Place at 302 Colonades Way #109, Cary. Brief statements will begin at 7:30 P.M., followed by informal discussions during which Caggia will address specific concerns and questions Cary residents may have regarding their children’s education.
This election, Cary citizens in District 9 can elect their candidate to represent them on WCPSS Board! Caggia is endorsed by Wake GOP and a majority of Town of Cary Council members illustrating her ability to work well with all people. She is a results-oriented mom, with 32 years of business and accounting experience with over fourteen years of volunteering in classrooms and holding board positions in statewide organizations. Caggia’s four goals are: 1) Academic growth for all students, 2) Results-driven goals and accountability, 3) “Classrooms without walls” or innovative opportunities, and 4) non-partisan community collaboration between WCPSS Board and community.
Visit Caggia online at: www.nancycaggia.com. Keep up with Nancy’s latest campaign news by liking her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nancyforschoolboard and following her on Twitter @nancycaggia. To see your WCPSS voting district using your home address, please go to http://www.wakegov.com/elections/.