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FAILURES to inform voters

A good example of a failure to expose the public to issues which are "suddenly" put forth on election ballots is the most recent State Cons…

Started by Bernie Valentine

0 Nov 15, 2010

iCaucus Candidate Meet and Greet Press Release

Contact: Stephanie Jahn � National Director stephj@icaucus.org www.icaucus.org PRESS RELEASE EVENT:  September 10, at the…

Started by Freddy Boisseau

0 Sep 8, 2010

LOCAL ISSUES

As a member, (1) we can discuss various issues;  (2) organize activities including Tea Parties & TownHall meetings;  (3) discuss vari…

Started by Bernie Valentine

2 Aug 21, 2010
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REGIONAL - STATE ISSUES

As a member, (1) we can discuss various issues;  (2) organize activities including Tea Parties & TownHall meetings;  (3) discuss vario…

Started by Bernie Valentine

2 Aug 10, 2010
Reply by Bernie Valentine

NATIONAL ISSUES

As a member, (1) we can discuss various issues;  (2) organize activities including Tea Parties & TownHall meetings;  (3) discuss vario…

Started by Bernie Valentine

1 Jul 14, 2010
Reply by Bernie Valentine

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