Episode image

The CHAUNCEY Show-Meet Rayla Campbell (R) running for Secretary of State MA.


Episode   ·  0 Play

Episode  ·  35:37  ·  Jun 9, 2022


The CHAUNCEY Show-Meet Rayla Campbell (R) running for Secretary of State MA. Rayla loves her country, the American flag, and the state of Massachusetts. She considers Boston the place where liberty was born and has sworn to not let it die here. Patriots long and near have died defending this flag so we can be free. As a proud African American woman and a Republican, Rayla believes passionately in Civil Rights and opposes the radical calls for “identity politics” which seeks to divide Americans against one another. Rayla believes in fairness and integrity. She believes in reaching across party lines to work for the common good for the people of Massachusetts regardless of their political affiliation. She considers her duties as a Secretary of State to provide updated and accurate state government information. Having an accessible office for the public. Working to grow and strengthen the economy by cutting red tape and streamlining services. Bringing honor to the office by following the state constitution and protecting the constitutional rights of consumers and last but not least running fair and clean elections. Rayla considers herself a person of faith and is a member of her local Catholic parish in Randolph. She will bring heart values to bear with compassion for all. Rayla wants to restore faith in the American Republic and the rule of law. She desires to restore American pride and dignity in running for office. She further stands with the military, police, fire, emergency responders, first responders, veterans, and all those who have stood their ground to sacrifice for others. During these treacherous times, she desires to support all their efforts throughout the Commonwealth. Join national political commentator/host of The CHAUNCEY Show, Chauncey I. Brown III and candidate for MA Secretary of State Rayla Campbell as we discuss her plans for the commonwealth of Massachusetts.  

35m 37s  ·  Jun 9, 2022

© 2022 Spreaker (OG)