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SF: Peace and Freedom Party's Presidential Candidates' Forum
Date Saturday January 12
Time 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location Details
Brava Theater, 2781 24th St./Bryant-York sts., 9blks east of 24th St. BART. Call for travel assistance/rides. Wheelchair accessible.
Event Type Conference
Organizer/AuthorNorma Harrison
Emailnormaha [at] pacbell.net
Phone510-527-9584
Address1312 Cornell, Berkeley
Peace and Freedom Party's Presidential Candidates' Forum, 12Jan2008, 1-4pm followed by a social hour.
Peace and Freedom Party http://www.peaceandfreedom.org , http://peaceandfreedom.org/content/view/2/73/
http://peaceandfreedom.org/component/option,com_search/Itemid,81/

Additional information:
Peace and Freedom Party's candidates in the February Presidential Primary have been invited to attend. They are:

Ralph Nader
Cynthia McKinney
Brian P. Moore
Gloria La Riva
Stanley Hetz
John Crockford
Stewart A. Alexander

These have affirmed they will attend the forum:
Brian Moore, Presidential candidate of the Socialist Party USA, 2006 independent candidate for U.S. Senate in Florida.
Gloria La Riva
Stewart Alexander, Peace and Freedom Party candidate for California Lieutenant Governor in 2006, Executive Committee Member, Peace and Freedom Party.

Register Peace and Freedom Party by 22 Jan 2008 in order to vote in the primary.
Broadcast that people who have completed a prison sentence CAN - are eligible - to register to vote in California and 37 States.
All people who are resident here should be eligible to vote regardless of status. Reminding people of their inclusion tends toward permitting people a feeling of responsibility and a sense of belonging where there might not have been these otherwise.
Added to the calendar on Sunday Jan 6th, 2008 8:46 PM
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