Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Mulroy Hams It Up at Fundraiser/ Reception

Posted By on Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 7:25 AM

Elections may come and go, but it's always fundraising season. Politicians greet their supporters in various ways at such affairs — some with long speeches, some with short speeches, some with no speeches at all. Shelby County Commissioner Steve Mulroy, a professor of law at the University of Memphis, finds it hard to suppress his theatric/literary bent.

Here's how Mulroy did it at his most recent fundraiser/reception at a "House Party to Re-elect Steve Mulroy in 2010" at the Midtown home of Jonathan Cole & Paul Linxwiler.

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