Federal Task Force – 6th Congressional District Candidate Harold Earls

Franklin Roundtable Federal Task Force Welcomes

Harold Earls
Candidate for Congress
6th Congressional District

7:00-9:00 p.m., Thursday, June 10, 2021

799 Roswell Street, Marietta GA 30060
(2 blocks west of the Big Chicken)

PLEASE RSVP (see below)

Harold Earls is a former Airborne Ranger qualified
Captain who served as the Commander of the Guard at
the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Prior to that, he led
the first Army team and a combat wounded amputee to
the summit of Mount Everest. Harold was an All
American Captain of the West Point Baseball team,
recipient of the George Smythe Leadership Award and
twice named ABC News Person of the week.
Most recently, he wrote a book, alongside his wife
Rachel, titled “A Higher Calling,” which has gone on to
become a USA Today National Bestseller. His family has
a popular YouTube channel, Earls Family Vlogs, with
more than a million followers across multiple platforms,
where they share their daily life and faith as a family.
Harold is a 9th generation Georgian and grew up in Roswell
and Forsyth county. He now has turned his focus on
building a movement to continue guarding the freedoms
and liberties that so many have died defending.

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James Madison, Federalist No. 45
“The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal
government are few and defined. Those which are to remain
in the State governments are numerous and indefinite.”