LPM Online

November 6, 2000

Contents

  1. Upcoming Events
  2. Your Libertarian Voter's Guide
  3. Campaign Caravan
  4. Libertarian Party Plans Election Eve Campaign Caravan
  5. Keep Your Government Even Closer
  6. LP of Washtenaw Changes Weekly Meeting Site, Day
  7. Pollworkers Needed

  1. Upcoming Events

    November 7, 2000
    Election Day - Don't forget to vote!
    Location: Precinct polling places across the state
    Contact: Your Libertarian Candidates Phone: (248) 740-0292

    November 7, 2000
    Wayne County LP - Monthly Meeting. Dinner 6:30pm Program 7:45pm. Mostlikely this meeting will be cancelled
    Location: La Trattoria Restaurant Michigan Avenue near Schaffer Dearborn MI
    Contact: Joann Karpinski Phone: (313) 925-6917 E-mail: MOMJOANN@aol.com

    November 7, 2000 - 7:00 PM
    Election Night Party! Watch the returns, eat some hot dogs and chili, warm up after working the polls with good friends and good food! Candidates not in the vicinity, please keep us apprised of your campaign that night at, (248)591-FREE.
    Location: LPM Headquarters 619 E. Nine Mile Road (just east of I-75) Hazel Park
    Contact: Stacy Van Oast Phone: (810) 784-8783 E-mail: stacyvo@eesc.com

    November 7, 2000 - 8:00 PM
    West Michigan LP Election Night Party
    Location: Old Kent Building, University Club - Athletic Dining Room (basement floor), 111 Lyon Street, Grand Rapids.
    Contact: Bill Gelineau Phone: (616) 456-8311 E-mail: gelineau@iserv.net

    November 8, 2000 - 6:00 PM
    Libertarians of Macomb County monthly meeting. Drinks and dinner at 6:00 PM, business begins at 7:00 PM.
    Location: Miles World Resturant, 17689 Masonic, Fraser, MI 48026, 810-415-4500
    Contact: Diane Barnes Phone: (810) 774-1625 E-mail: dbarnes98@aol.com

    November 8, 2000 - 7:00 PM
    Kalamazoo Libertarian Party general meeting - Note: Held on Wednesday due to elections
    Location: TGI Friday's, 5650 W. Main Street, Oshtemo, MI
    Contact: Tim Miley Phone: (616) 668-3951 E-mail: thmiley@yahoo.com

    November 9, 2000 - 7:00 PM
    The Libertarian Party of West Michigan hosts it's monthly meeting at Brann's. All members and interested individuals are encouraged to attend. Meeting begins at 7:00 pm.
    Location: Brann's on Leonard, Just off of US 131. Meeting takes place in the private meeting room.
    Contact: Derek Hollemans Phone: (616) 262-1008 E-mail: derek@triton.net

    November 10, 2000 - 7:00 PM
    Post-Campaign 2000 Party and Happy-1-year-Birthday-to-Us Party! Open to all who are interested. Hors d'oeuvres, coffee, and non-alcoholic beverages provided. Bring your own alcoholic beverages - yes, it's legal. If you live in or near Allegan County, and if youíve been putting off attending a Libertarian event, this will be an excellent and fun opportunity to get to know some of West Michiganís finest Libertarians!
    Location: The Blue Heron Coffeeshop - in the upstairs meeting room - - - Directions: The entrance to the Riverfront parking is at the corner of Hubbard and Chestnut. Drive down and park behind Dockerty's. The Blue Heron is right next door to Docherty's, entrance on the riverfront.
    Contact: Rick Dutkiewicz Phone: (616) 673-5503 E-mail: rdoogie@datawise.net

    November 11, 2000 - 6:30 PM
    LibertyFest 2000 Featuring the 2000 Defender of Liberty Awards presentation and keynote speaker Jacob Hornberger, emceed by Ghazey Aleck. Cost is $35 before October 23, $45 after the deadline, $50 at the door, Cash bar.
    Location: Miles World Resturant, 17689 Masonic (near Groesbeck), Fraser, MI 48026, Restaurant phone #:810-415-4500. See www.mi.lp.org/libfest/map.htm for directions and a map.
    Contact: Diane Barnes Phone: (810) 774-1625 E-mail: Dbarnes98@aol.com

    November 13, 2000 - 7:00 PM
    Clare-Gladwin Libertarian Party Meeting. General election discussion to take place. Furthermore, we will develop over the next 3 meetings a comprehensive plan (with built in flexibility) for the next 2 year election cyle. Focus on fundraising and recruitment of candidates.
    Location: Mid Michigan Community College. Refreshments provided.
    Contact: Ghazey Aleck Phone: (517) 386-2699 E-mail: aleckfamily@voyager.net

    November 13, 2000 - 7:00 PM
    The LP of Livingston County invites you to attend our monthly meeting. Dinner is at 7:00 p.m. with business starting afterwards.
    Location: Mexican Jones Restaurante, 675 W. Grand River, Brighton, MI.
    Contact: Matt Dickinson Phone: (810) 231-1254

    November 13, 2000 - 7:00 PM
    Hillsdale-Branch counties meeting. Report on election and looking to the next election.
    Location: Filmores restaurant on US-12 on the west side of Jonesville (at the railroad tracks) about 1/2 mile west of M-99.
    Contact: James Parker Phone: (517) 439-0643

    November 15, 2000
    Monthly meeting of St. Clair County affiliate.
    Location: Armbrusters Sports Bar and Grill located at 1211 Griswold, Port Huron, MI 48060. TX: (810) 982-2255. Join us for dinner at 6:00 PM. Business begins at 7:00 PM.
    Contact: Richard Friend Phone: (810) 982-7178 E-mail: rfriend2000@advnet.net

    November 16, 2000 - 7:30 PM
    Monthly meeting. Nominations are now open for an interum chairman.
    Location: CTs Restaurant, South Haven, located on the corner of M-140 and Blue Star Highway
    Contact: Bill Bradley Phone: (616) 637-4525 E-mail: bbradley@cybersol.com

    More
    For more events, see the online calendar at:
    http://www.michiganlp.org/lpmonline/events.php

  2. Your Libertarian Voter's Guide by Mark Heil

    Yes, this newsletter has arrived in your inbox one day earlier than usual. Everyone will be busy tomorrow on election day so this will serve as one last reminder of who our candidates are. Many of our candidates will need volunteers to work the polls tomorrow, so I included there phone numbers and e-mail addresses, please contact your local candidates to offer your help!

    United States President and Vice President
    Harry Browne and Art Olivier

    United States Senate
    Michael Corliss - www.corliss2000.org, Westland, mrcorliss@aol.com, 734-326-5406

    Statewide Races

    State Board of Education

    Diane Barnes, Eastpointe, DBarnes98@aol.com, 810-774-1625
    Jon E. Coon, Southgate, jcoon@goilogic.com
    NOTE: Jon will not be printed on the ballot, you can still write his name in as a write-in vote.

    Regent University of Michigan

    Tim A Maull , Ann Arbor
    Marvin M Surowitz, Mt. Clemens

    Trustee Michigan State University

    Michael H Miller, East Lansing
    Violet M Steele, Corunna

    Governor Wayne State University

    Thomas W Jones, Detroit, demorep1@aol.com
    Scott A Boman, Detroit

    Justice of the Supreme Court
    (listed as non-partisan)

    Jerry J Kaufman, Huntington Woods
    David H Raaflaub, Ann Arbor
    Robert W Roddis , Grosse Pointe Farms

    United States House of Representatives

    1st District - John W Loosemore, Pelkie, jwl@up.net
    2nd District - Bruce Smith , Douglas, bruces@accn.org, 616-857-1013
    3rd District - Erwin J Haas, Grand Rapids, haas@iserv.net
    4th District - Richard L Whitelock, Ionia, richardw@ionia-mi.net
    5th District - Clint Foster- Bay City, libertarianmich@aol.com, 517-671-8257
    6th District - William H. Bradley- South Haven, bbradley@cybersol.com, 616-637-4525
    7th District - Robert F. Broda, Jr., Lansing, Bob_Broda@prodigy.com
    8th District - James P. Eyster - Chelsea, JPEyster@aol.com or JPE@eyster.com, 734-662-8084
    9th District - Laurie Martin, Waterford, SpeakFree1@aol.com
    10th District - Richard T. Friend - Port Huron, rfriend2000@advnet.net, 810-982-3540
    11th District - Richard Gach - Bloomfield Hills, rcgach@aol.com, 248-851-2877
    12th District - Andrew LeCureaux, Hazel Park, andrew-7@webtv.com
    13th District - Karin R Corliss, Westland, krcorliss@aol.com
    14th District - Constance Catalfio, Grosse Pointe Woods
    15th District - Raymond H Warner, Detroit, rhwarner@aol.com
    16th District - Edward Hlavac, Dearborn

    Michigan House of Representatives

    1st District - Craig Hodges, Harper Woods
    3rd District - Joann M Karpinski, Detroit, momjoann@aol.com
    9th District - Kenneth E Vojtech, Detroit
    12th District - Michael Donahue, Detroit
    15th District - Greg Stempfle - Dearborn, stempfle@hotmail.com, 313-565-4407
    16th District - Christopher Gonzalez, Dearborn Heights
    18th District - David Nagy , Livonia, lpmdnagy@juno.com
    19th District - John Tatar , Livonia
    22nd District - Ken Reyes, legion22@lycos.com , 734-229-0344, Romulus
    23rd District - Rick Secula, Grosse Ile, rsecula@ili.net
    24th District - Eric B Gordon, Wyandotte
    25th District - John Morgan , Melvindale
    26th District - Keith Edwards, St. Clair Shores, keithmarni@aol.com, 810-777-7468
    27th District - David Wejrandt, Roseville
    29th District - Dean Sahutske , Warren, lberns@lberns.com
    31st District - Jim Miller , Clinton Township
    32nd District - Bob Van Oast, Richmond
    33rd District - Joe Zemens , Chesterfield, jzemens@msn.com
    35th District - Magalene C Boleyn, Oak Park, Maggie@voteboleyn.org
    38th District - Anne Bora, South Lyon, GaryBora@mich.com
    39th District - Ray Kozora, West Bloomfield, rjkozora@yahoo.com
    41st District - Jeffrey J Hampton , Royal Oak, betasale@concentric.net
    47th District - Trish Marie, Grand Blanc, Trishmare7@aol.com
    50th District - James C Shollenberger, , mrsho54@juno.com, Grand Blanc
    61st District - Sean Nunnemaker, Kalamazoo
    63rd District - Albert McCallum- - Springport, admccallum@voyager.net, 517-857-2531
    67th District - Yepram Dervahanian, Fowlerville
    74th District - Bill Gelineau, Grandville, gelineau@iserv.net, 616-249-9735
    76th District - Paul Mastin, Grand Rapids, paulandkelly@usexchange.net, 616-249-9735
    80th District - Tim Miley, Mattawan, thmiley@worldnet.att.net, 616-668-3951
    85th District - Trafton Jean, jeant@tir.com, 201 N. Lansing St., Owosso MI 48867, 517-723-1964
    86th District - David A Brown, davidbrown@voyager.net, Portland
    88th District - Rick Dutkiewicz , Allegan, rdoogie@datawise.net
    90th District - Tim Campbell, Holland, profreedomradical@yahoo.com
    96th District - Scott D. Carter, Saginaw
    102nd District - Gregory A Willis, Boon, gawillis@tm.net

    County and Township Races

    Allegan County

    Sheriff - Dennis Survilla, Allegan, 616-694-5226

    County Commissioner
    4th District - Jan C Knibbe, Douglas

    Bay County

    Portsmouth Township Trustee
    Dick Jozwiak, jozie@webinbox.com, 517-895-1146

    Berrien County

    Drain Commissioner
    Tom Baker, Eau Claire

    Sheriff
    Glenn Whitt, Berrien Springs, trombonist1@juno.com

    Oronoko Charter Township

    Clerk - Jay Suave

    Three Oaks Township

    Trustee - Ronald Freehling, Three Oaks

    Clare County

    Treasurer
    Cassandra L Meadowcroft, Clare

    Hillsdale County

    Allen Township
    Trustee - Trena K Moss, Allen

    Cambria Township
    Trustee - James B Parker, Hillsdale

    Kalamazoo County

    County Commissioner
    1st District - Carole Miley, Kalamazoo

    Kent County

    Clerk
    Jamie Lewis, Grand Rapids, Gumpold@aol.com

    County Commissioner
    4th District - William W Hall, Esq., Rockford, hall@wnj.com or hallww@wnj.com

    Plainfield Township
    Trustee - Derek E Hollemans, Plainfield Township, derek@triton.net, 616-262-1008

    Lenawee County

    County Commissioner
    8th District - Albert B. Swindle, Adrian, aswind@tc3net.com

    Livingston County

    Clerk
    Richard A Samul, Pinckney

    County Commissioner
    6th District - George Sise, Pinckney

    Macomb County

    Sheriff - Al Titran, Roseville, aljt3@aol.com

    County Commissioner
    7th District - Paul Soyk, Sterling Heights, paulsoyk@flash.net
    18th District - Mark Heil, Harrison Twp., markfheil@worldnet.att.net, 810-468-0509
    22nd District - Rosemary Racchi, Roseville, aljt3@aol.com

    Clinton Township
    Trustee - Scott W Allen, Clinton Township, swallen@webbernet.net

    Midland County

    County Commissioner
    5th District - Stephen Townsend, Midland, cooljay@triton.net

    Oakland County

    Executive
    Paul W Champion, Holly, ctepwc@prodigy.net

    Clerk
    Lisa L Kozora, West Bloomfield, rjkozora@yahoo.com

    Prosecuting Attorney
    Leonard C Schwartz, Oak Park, lens22@netzero.net

    Sheriff
    Michael A Carson, Ortonville

    Drain Commissioner
    Robert W Schubring , Troy, candidate@safewater2000.org

    County Commissioner
    1st District - Mark Carney, Holly, cdcarney@tir.com
    5th District - Fred Martin, Waterford., SpeakFree1@aol.com
    16th District - David Eisenbacher , Troy, 248-619-7119 eisenbac@tir.com
    22nd District - Steve Afton, Royal Oak, BillaRites@aol.com
    23rd District - Steven G Schulte, Huntington Woods, sgschulte@home.com

    Ottawa County

    Chester Township
    Trustee - Donald A McCallum, Conklin

    Washtenaw County

    Treasurer
    Kimberly Cashman, Ypsilanti, BJCash@aol.com

    County Commissioner
    12th District - James Montgomery, Ann Arbor, MFJ@umich.edu

    Ann Arbor Mayor
    Charles Goodman, 211 N Main St #2 Ann Arbor MI 48104, 734-665-1290 (H), 734-764-6285 (W), cgoodman@umich.edu

    Ann Arbor City Council
    Ward 3 - J.P. Denoyer, P.O.box 2503, Ann Arbor MI 48106, 734-260-5025, jpdenoyer@hotmail.com
    Ward 4 - Stephen Saletta, 3606 Partridge Path #4, Ann Arbor MI 48108, 734-477-5193, ssaletta@online.emich.edu
    Ward 5 - Lawrence Purdy, 1026 W Liberty St., Ann Arbor MI 48103, 734-827-2446 (H,) 734-429-5300 (W), PurdyLM@mediaone.net

    Superior Township Parks Commissioner
    Brett Cashman, Ypsilanti, BJCash@aol.com

    Sylvan Township Trustee
    James L Hudler , Ypsilanti, aguli@provide.net

    Ypsilanti Township Trustees
    Geoffrey Foster, Ypsilanti, gfoster@provide.net
    Lawrence W Johnson , Ypsilanti
    Dan LaFavers, Ypsilanti, dan@arrenkyle.com

    Wayne County

    Clerk
    Nancy O'Brien, Allen Park, nobrien321@aol.com

    County Commissioner
    2nd District - Gregory Creswell , Detroit
    4th District - Edward Karpinski, Detroit
    13th District - Loel R Gnadt, Lincoln Park, loel@bignet.net

    Nonpartisan Offices



    Oakland County

    Lyon Township Library Board Trustee
    Gary Bora - GaryBora@mich.com

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  3. Campaign Caravan by Barb Goushaw

    On Monday November 6, the HB for President/BARC committee of Michigan will be making the rounds in the most incredible promotional device you have ever seen! It's a giant lighted billboard-truck, that flashes a changing message. The intinerary for the day is in the following press releae in this newsletter. Candidates are welcome to join us to shake hands and kiss babies, and pass out your literature. Volunteers are welcome to follow along and distribute literature. Please note - the times listed may change on the fly - if we are at a location and receiving alot of attention, we may choose to stay longer. Likewise, we may move on earlier, if a location proves to be "dead"

    To view the truck go to http://www.best-president.com/truck.html

    We will make it a point to stop at various media outlets, and high traffic locations along the way.

    The messages currently planned are:
    "Stop Wasting Your Vote! Vote Libertarian!
    Harry Browne for President!
    Mike Corliss for US Senate!
    Vote Libertarian!
    1800-ELECT-US

    The sound system on the truck will alternate between Sousa marches and our radio commericals - loudly!

    If a candidate joins us, and we are in their district (or they are state wide) we have the ability to input their name on the spot, and have their message join the rotation. Diane Barnes - we will put your name in as soon as you arrive...

    Please call my cell phone - or Greg's to confirm our location if you are planning on joining us somewhere along the line.
    Greg- 248-515-3675
    Barb - 313- 418-5256

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  4. Libertarian Party Plans Election Eve Campaign Caravan by Press Release

    DEARBORN. The Libertarian Party of Michigan will be taking its message to the streets on November 6 with a giant, rolling billboard that will roam the metro Detroit area the entire day.

    The specially built 24,000 lb. vehicle features billboards on both sides comprised of 18,400 lights, as well as a 5,000 watt stereo system.

    "We will be reminding voters that tomorrow is election day," said spokesperson, Barbara Goushaw. "And, of course," she quickly added, "that there is an alternative on the ballot to the two old, ossified political parties."

    "We'll be promoting the campaigns of our presidential candidate, Harry Browne, and our US Senate candidate, Michael Corliss," continued LPM chair, Stacy Van Oast, "and all the rest of the more than 100 LP candidates up and down the Michigan ballot."

    "We will be making a point," added executive director Tim O'Brien, "to stop by all of the major media outlets. Perhaps," he added with tongue planted firmly in cheek, "we will park the truck directly across their front doors and suggest at about 150 decibels that we won't be in the way since they can simply continue to pretend that we're invisible. It should be easy for them," he concluded with a sly grin. "They've had lots of practice."

    Various Libertarian Party candidates will travel with the election eve Campaign Caravan at various times throughout the day, meeting with voters and distributing literature.

    The planned route and schedule is as follows (times are approximate):

    6:00 AM - 9:30 AM:
    Dearborn
    - Rouge Plant - Gate 4 overpass, 3001 Miller Rd., 1 mile south of Michigan Ave.
    - Ford Engineering - About 1 mile east of Telegraph off of Michigan Ave.

    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM:
    Downtown Detroit
    - Detroit News - 615 W. Lafayette
    - Free Press - 600 W. Fort St.
    - WDIV/Channel 4 - 550 W. Lafayette
    - WJR - 3011 W. Grand Blvd.

    11:30 AM - 1:00 PM:
    Wayne State University
    - Campus
    - John Lodge Expwy & W. Warren
    - WDET FM - 4600 Cass St

    1:00 PM - 1:30 PM:
    Drive towards Southfield via Woodward Ave.

    1:30 PM - 2:30 PM:
    Southfield
    - WJBK - Fox 2: 16550 W. 9 Mile Rd.
    - WXYZ - ABC 7: 20777 W. 10 Mile Rd.
    - WKBD - UPN 50: 26905 W. 11 Mile Rd.

    2:30 PM - 3:00 PM:
    Drive towards Pontiac via Telegraph

    3:00 PM - 4:00 PM:
    Pontiac
    - GM Truck & Bus plant
    - Oakland County Complex - 1200 N Telegraph
    - Oakland Press - 48 W. Huron

    4:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Auburn Hills
    - Daimler Chrysler Tech Center

    5:00 PM - 6:00 PM:
    Drive towards Royal Oak via Woodward Ave.
    - Loop through Birmingham
    - Observer/Eccentric - 805 E. Maple

    6:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Royal Oak
    - Daily Tribune - 210 E. 3rd St.
    - Downtown Royal Oak

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  5. Keep Your Government Even Closer by Tim O'Brien

    The following article is the latest in a series of Op-ed articles written by LPM Executive Director Tim O'Brien and submitted to news outlets across the state for publication. This current article was published on August 17, 2000 in the Detroit Free Press and can be viewed on their web site at: http://www.freep.com/voices/columnists/eobri27_20001027.htm

    "Why should I swap one tyrant 3,000 miles away," asked Benjamin Martin, the fictional (and archetypically reluctant) American hero in the recent movie The Patriot, "for 3,000 tyrants one mile away?"

    While Mel Gibson's character's concerns about the potential dangers of mobocracy are well advised and would be shared by those who designed our constitutionally limited republic, the proximity of the governors to the governed is, nevertheless, not an inconsequential question.

    Indeed, it is one that remains with us more than two centuries later as Michigan voters consider amending our constitution to require that any impositions by the state legislature upon smaller units of government require two-thirds concurrence in both houses.

    Opponents of the measure, designated Proposal 2 on the November 7 ballot, have endlessly repeated the refrain that this amendment would permit "minority rule."

    This is not merely false. It is disingenuous, scare-mongering propaganda. Proposal 2 will convey no authority of less than half the legislature to impose anything on the majority. Quite the reverse. It empowers one-third plus one to block any impositions by the state legislature on more local jurisdictions.

    And that is an outstanding idea. Lansing is too far removed from our daily lives to permit most of us any input whatever in the decision-making done there.

    I have met my state senator once, my state rep twice, and Governor Engler twice. Each of those encounters was exceedingly brief. It is safe to say that none of the three would know me from Benjamin Martin (though, in truth I am only occasionally confused with Mel Gibson).

    On the other hand I am on a first name basis with my mayor and all six of the members of my city council. And it's easy to see why this is so. My hometown of Allen Park has a total population of just over 30,000 within an area of only seven square miles. City council meetings are every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at a city hall that's barely two miles from my front door. I can -- and do -- attend and even address most of them.

    And in six years since I have worked on successful efforts that have amended our city charter to put term limits on local officials, stopped a $20 million recreation center bond proposal as well as two straight-up tax increases, and unceremoniously dumped an incumbent mayor and most of the city council.

    Of course, I also came up short in a petition drive to recall another mayor. But, you can't win 'em all.

    And making waves in a small pond can have ripple effects that spread farther than one might guess.

    More than three years ago I was the lone voice at my city council meetings demanding to know when the all but abandoned 38 acre VA hospital complex at the north end of town would be wrested from federal control and put to productive purpose. I was at first regarded as some kind of not-too-tightly-wrapped Don Quixote since everyone knows that no one budges the federal government. But, eventually, other citizens began complaining -- which the local press began reporting.

    Soon some city council members began observing that this was not an unreasonable question. Then came a Task Force by some downriver state reps. Of course, it was photo-op grandstanding on their part. But it, in turn, drew the attention of Congressman Dingell. By this time the mayor and the entire city council had fully joined the cause. And just a few days ago the news was announced that a bill has been passed in congress authorizing $14 million to raze the 22 buildings of the old, VA medical complex in Allen Park, Michigan. President Clinton's signature is expected shortly, so the project may commence as early as next year.

    I doubt very much that we would be where we are today in this whole process if it had to begin with an average citizen knocking on the front door of the White House. Or wandering the halls of the capitol in Lansing.

    With all due respect to our Patriot hero, there is in fact tremendous advantage in keeping political decision-making as close to home as possible. I have had some notable successes affecting the local laws and regulations that govern my life and property. I do not care to have all of my work undone at the whim of a bare majority of legislators 100 miles away representing the collective wishes of the entire state.

    And if I am unable to persuade my neighbors to make local conditions to my own liking, Lincoln Park is right next door. Escaping intolerable state-wide dictates would be far more disruptive and inconvenient. Not to mention the fact that I can't even imagine becoming a Buckeye fan.

    That's why I will be casting an enthusiastic "Yes!" vote for Proposal 2.

    And this could be just the beginning. State Representative Robert Gosselin, R-Troy, recently introduced a bill (HB 6043) that would require a two-thirds vote of a city council to adopt any ordinance that "intervenes in the affairs of individuals, families, businesses or taxpayers."

    What an outstanding idea! Before you know it people might actually be back in charge of their own lives.

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  6. LP of Washtenaw Changes Weekly Meeting Site, Day

    The LP of Washtenaw County is changing the day and location of its weekly meetings. Starting November 20, 2000, the LPWC will meet Mondays at 7:00 pm in the Ann Arbor City Council chambers (in City Hall, on Huron St). After the public comment portion of the City Council meeting is over, we will move on to Arbor Brewing Company, 116 E. Washington St.(734-213-1393)in downtown Ann Arbor for the 8:00 to 10:00 portion of our meeting. Call Chair James Hudler for more information (734-475-9792).

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  7. Pollworkers Needed by Scott W. Allen

    I'm seeking volunteers to work the polls on Tuesday. I'm going to attempt to coordinate it so that people who volunteer to pass out my "Scott W. Allen for Clinton Township Trustee" literature, are place in a precinct where the can pass out Jim Miller's State Rep (31) literature as well.

    I wouldn't have any objection if any Corliss or Browne literature got passed out too. Although I have none to make available.

    If you are able to assist me, please contact me by phone

    Thanks,
    Scott W. Allen
    A Libertarian for Clinton Township Trustee
    H: 810-790-1459
    W: 248-374-3740

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