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About the propositions on California's ballot, by Peace and Freedom Party
Date Saturday July 28
Time 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location Details
2217 1/2 McGee/Bancroft, in the back yard - bring shade against sun. Berkeley
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/AuthorNorma J F Harrison
Emailnormaha [at]
Address1312 Cornell Av
The Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party will be hosting a regional discussion meeting in Berkeley on Saturday afternoon, July 28th, to talk about the statewide ballot propositions and what positions the party should take on them at our state convention the following weekend.
Please join us to examine understandings of the measures on the November ballot.
6 blocks west of downtown Berkeley BART. Refreshments will be pot luck, so if you can please bring snacks or drinks to share.
Call for location and transportation details.

Contact us to leaflet performances of the San Francisco Mime Troupe's performances, which draw comrades more able to care. We will be at those to leaflet on behalf of our local candidates, Mary McIlroy and Gene Ruyle, on August 1st (evening), 2nd (evening), 4th, and 5th, and later in the month on the 23rd (evening), 25th, 26th and 30th (evening).
If you'd like to help with leafleting on one of those dates please contact Marsha Feinland (phone 510/845-7251, email feinlandm [at]
For more details about the Mime Troupe performances and the leaflet we will use, see the email archived at "").

We will resume our educational forums in October.

Our annual picnic is set for Sunday, August 26th, at Wildcat Canyon/Alvarado Park in Richmond. Join us. Call for further location details. It'll be all afternoon.

KPFA members should know that the Alameda County and the State Peace and Freedom Party are opposed to the recall of Tracy Rosenberg from the Local Station Board. Ballots were mailed Thursday, June 28th, so you should have already received yours; please use it to vote "No" before the August 3rd deadline. See "" for more information.
Added to the calendar on Wednesday Jul 25th, 2012 12:45 PM
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