Mayor O'Neal's 273 mile walk to Washington DC

"Walking Mayor" Adam O'Neal (R) will complete his 273-mile march from his home town of Belhaven, NC to the U.S. Capitol Building in the name of Medicaid expansion, endangered rural hospitals, and the Pungo District Hospital, which closed on July 1 endangering his community.

 

A new grassroots organization called SaveOurHospital.org — which launched on the day Mayor O'Neal's walk began on July 14 — has announced a detailed route for Monday July 28, the final morning of the journey.  The 3.8 mile walk will begin at Gravelly Point Park in Arlington, VA, just north of Reagan National Airport at 7:30 AM, and arrive at the U.S. Capitol at 11:10 AM where a rally and press conference begins at 11:30.  

"Walking Mayor" Adam O'Neal (R) will complete his 273-mile march from his home town of Belhaven, NC to the U.S. Capitol Building in the name of Medicaid expansion, endangered rural hospitals, and the Pungo District Hospital, which closed on July 1 endangering his community.

A new grassroots organization called SaveOurHospital.org — which launched on the day Mayor O'Neal's walk began on July 14 — has announced a detailed route for Monday July 28, the final morning of the journey.  The 3.8 mile walk will begin at Gravelly Point Park in Arlington, VA, just north of Reagan National Airport at 7:30 AM, and arrive at the U.S. Capitol at 11:10 AM where a rally and press conference begins at 11:30.  

 

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