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Each campaign needs time, talent, and treasure. I have listed several area campaigns with contact information. Please consider how you can help in the coming months.
John Kowalko is running to be the 25th District state representative (in the House), by running against Stephanie Ullbrich. For more information, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pat Morrison is running for the Senate seat in her Brandywine Hundred district, against Catherine Cloutier. For more information, write to Friends of Pat Morrison,
Beau Biden is running for state Attorney General. There are three kickoff events on Thursday June 1st to celebrate his announcement, as described in the attached invitation. Please RSVP if you wish to attend the one nearest you. You can also go to www.bidenAG.com .
Jack Markell is running for re-election as our State Treasurer. You can find out more at www.markell.org.
Diane Clarke Streett is running for re-election as
Dennis Spivack is running against Mike Castle for
Across the border, Bob Casey is running for the US Senate seat currently held by, brace yourself, Rick Santorum. For more information, go to www.bobcasey.com. While we would love Bob to have a more progressive view on reproductive rights, he is centuries ahead of Santorum.
If you live in Delaware, you can contact Kristin Dwyer (email@example.com) at the state Democratic Party headquarters, and provide your address, and she can provide you with a ‘walk list’, a list of your neighbors who are registered Democrats, and the materials to bring with you when you go to their doors, spreading the plans of the Democratic National Committee—a wonderful plan that stands in sharp contrast to the ‘crony capitalism’ program of the Republicans. The major platform for Republicans at this time is to ‘keep the Democrats out of control so we don’t have to answer subpoenas and tell the truth of the corruption in the past 5 years—the last thing the country needs is to know the truth!’
For a kick, go to http://www.theadvocates.org/quiz.html and find out where you stand on the political spectrum. Guess what—I’m a Liberal!
Keep the faith, and we will be able to make some strong progress this fall.