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Country music legend supports Trump for Pres

Posted on | April 22, 2011 | No Comments

COUNTRY MUSIC LEGEND JOINS DRAFT TRUMP EFFORT

County and Western and Rockabilly legend Jerry Naylor has joined the Draft Trump 2012 committee and will serve as Oregon state co-coordinator for the effort. Nayor was a key operative for California Governor Ronald Reagan in 1976 and 1980. President Reagan appointed Jerry Naylor to two three-year terms as a Federal Commissioner of the National Commission for Employment Policy, working directly with the White House Office of the President and the Secretary of Labor.

Naylor was an early supporter of Governor Ronald Reagan in 1976 and 1980 in California and played a key role in Reagan’s victory in the 1976 and 1980 California Primaries.

Jerry had his first solo pop hit, “But For Love” (#5 Billboard Easy Listening Chart) for CBS/Sony Records in 1970. This recording garnered Jerry four Grammy nominations and Cashbox Magazine acclaimed Jerry Naylor as one of the “Top Forty Male Vocalists of 1970.” Jerry moved to country music in the early 1970’s and his Nashville recordings produced a string of eight nationally charted records, including his 1974 signature hit, “Is This All There Is To a Honky Tonk.”

“Jerry Naylor is an experienced professional with a track record of supporting and electing the best candidates,” said Nick McLaughlin, Draft Trump 2012 National Chairman. “He is a welcome addition to the ever-expanding Draft Trump 2012 movement.”

Jerry Naylor would go on to become the lead singer of the Crickets after the tragic 1959 death of Buddy Holly.  Jerry had his first solo pop hit, “But For Love” (#5 Billboard Easy Listening Chart) for CBS/Sony Records in 1970. This recording garnered Jerry four Grammy nominations and Cashbox Magazine acclaimed Jerry Naylor as one of the “Top Forty Male Vocalists of 1970.

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