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2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike McCalister

Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister listens to questions from the Martin County Republican Tea Party on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens

Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister listens to questions from the Martin County Republican Tea Party on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens

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  • Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister talks to the Martin County Republican Tea Party on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • Martin County Tea Party member Norma Abernethy discusses passionately with Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister about how Florida teachers should not have tenure and that they should be judged on performance on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister talks to the Martin County Republican Tea Party on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • A Martin County Tea Party member raises their hand to ask a question to Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister listens to questions from the Martin County Republican Tea Party on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister, left, shakes hands with Martin County Republican Tea Party member Dan Daly, right, on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • A Martin County Tea Party member holds a sheet about sustainable development that was handed out while Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister talked during a Martin County Tea Party meeting on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • Martin County Tea Party members raise their hands to ask questions to Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens
  • A Martin County Tea Party member holds a book titled, 'Power to the People' while Republican Governor Candidate Mike McCalister talks during a Martin County Tea Party meeting on July 30, 2010 in Stuart, FL. McCalister talked about his ideas, his plans, and his goals to help Florida become a better running state. McCalister took many questions from the Tea Party members that attended that evening's meeting. Some of the most discussed topics that night was about border safety, immigration issues, local industries, and teacher's being judged on performance. Photo by: Guy Kitchens

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