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The Ohio Democratic Women's Caucus Luncheon

THE OHIO DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S CAUCUS 2010 LUNCHEON

Saturday, October 2, 2010

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Luncheon

Featuring Special Guest and Keynote Speaker

The Honorable Yvette McGee Brown

Candidate, Lieutenant Governor

Bridgewater Banquet & Conference Center

10561 Sawmill Parkway, Powell, Ohio

$50 per person; $500 per table

Tickets can be purchased on-line HERE

Call Erin Upchurch with questions at 286-6519

 

Jon Stewart Shows GOP's 'New' Pledge Exactly The Same As The Old

Boehner let the truth slip out: "We are not going to be any different than what we've been." Can't get much clearer than that!

Volunteer to reelect Kilroy

Help return Kilroy to Washington

Kilroy for Congress has opportunities every day to help get Mary Jo reelected. A phone bank gets started around 5 p.m. Monday-Friday at the campaign office at 747 Chambers Road. And you can canvas every weekend, starting around 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Call 614-545-4070 or sign up online.

Farm-Animal Amendment Remains on Track

Candidate Information

This is your starting point to learn more about the progressive candidates in our district.

Mary Jo Kilroy, 15th Congressional District

Ted Celeste, 24th State House District

Lee Fisher for U.S. Senate

Chief Justice Eric Brown for Supreme Court of Ohio

 

Facts about John Kasich

Check out "The Truth About John Kasich" from the Ohio Democratic Party.

Former Congressman, Fox News personality, and investment banker John Kasich is running on the Republican ticket for governor of Ohio.

During his 18 years in Congress, Kasich was an architect of the failed Washington-Wall Street trickle-down policies that got us into this economic mess. He voted to give China favored trade status and supported free trade agreements like NAFTA, both of which cost Ohio thousands of jobs.

Then he went to Wall Street and cashed in on these policies at Lehman Brothers, the firm whose collapse marked the beginning of the global economic crisis.

Now Congressman Kasich wants to bring these failed policies–and his radical agenda–to Ohio.

 

Kilroy seeks volunteers

Want to volunteer for the Mary Jo Kilroy campaign? Sign up for the e-mail list here: http://www.kilroyforcongress.com/2008/1/volunteer.html

Join the Kilroy campaign after work to stuff weekly mailings and do follow-up phone calls for houseparties and other events with Mary Jo. Details in the newsletter.

 

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