Young conservatives say they're out to abolish the conservative stereotype estab
Young conservatives say they're out to abolish the conservative stereotype established by Paul Volle and other members of Maine's Christian leadership, and they want to refocus the movement on making society more tolerant of alternative lifestyles, and government smaller and more fiscally responsible. With special focus on Rick Wirling, 24, of Old Orchard Beach; Kim Moody, 26, a staff member of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, an evangelical ministry at the University of Southern Maine; Joe Galietta, 23, president of the University of Southern Maine's College Republicans; Alan Jenkins, 19, president of the Bates College Republicans; and several Republicans who are members of the Maine Legislature.
Politics, Republican Party
Pacillo, Connie, "Young conservatives say they're out to abolish the conservative stereotype estab" (1999). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 3117.
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