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RE: jumping into the fray


From: Kimberly Herbert (kimberly_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Nov 07 2000 - 07:35:06 PST

I just got back from voting (drove around the block to find a way into the
church to vote because of water covering parts of the road). There was a
Green Party or Libertarian candidate running for almost every position were
there was a challenger. Matter a fact I think there was only one race with
only a Dem and a Rep running against each other. They are also working at
the grassroots level.
Kimberly Herbert (
These are my oppinions sent through my personal e-mail

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Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2000 8:00 AM
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Subject: Re: jumping into the fray

In a message dated 11/6/00 12:13:55 PM, writes:

<< And, do I think Nader will be elected president? Realistically,...No;

this time.

But I strongly feel that the cycle needs to be broken and soon, and voting

my conscience for Nader this time will, I hope, begin to send a message to

Washington and to other disaffected voters. >>

Perhaps these people need to, as someone suggested, run for some of the
positions. I too would like to see more choices for president. But, it seems
that they would have more support, if they had elected councilpersons,
schoolboard members, mayors, etc., across the country. That would be a real
grassroots movement. that would be a strong base of persons who have already
committed to their parties' platforms. Starting at the top gives you no
to stand on.

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