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Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain to appear in town

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NASHVILLE - Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain will bring his message of common sense solutions to the steps of the Murfreesboro courthouse at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 14.

Syndicated radio talk show host Steve Gill will introduce Cain at the Murfreesboro rally.

Cain will spend the morning of July 14 making the rounds on local radio and television talk shows. In the afternoon he’ll meet with Tennessee Republicans. After his appearance in Murfreesboro, Cain will attend a fundraising event in Nashville.

After a Fox News focus group named Cain winner the 2012 South Carolina Republican presidential debate, his message has continued to resonate with potential voters.

“I am not a politician. I am a problem solver,” said Cain. “The American dream is under attack but we are fighting back.”

Cain placed first in last week’s intensity poll by Gallup, third in the June 22 Des Moines Register poll and according to Klout, is the most influential GOP presidential candidate on Twitter.

Of the top eight Republican presidential candidates, Cain is the first to make a public appearance in Tennessee.

“Herman Cain is establishing his grassroots coalition and this is his opportunity to introduce himself to Tennesseans,” said Michael Branch, Tennessee state director for the Friends of Herman Cain.

For more information about the rally or Herman Cain, visit TNforCain.com.

Cain first appeared on the political scene in 1994 when he challenged the economics of President Bill Clinton’s health care proposal.

In 2004 he ran for the U.S. Senate in Georgia and placed second in the Republican primary.

He’s the former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza and of the National Restaurant Association. Cain earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics from Morehouse College and a master’s in computer science from Purdue University.

While pursuing his master’s degree he worked in ballistics for the U.S. Department of Navy.

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