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Tuesday, March 11, 2003


Attention Arizona! Dean is in Mesa tonight and it's open to the public!

posted by annatopia at Tuesday, March 11, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
I just received a mailing from the official Dean campaign list, in which they notified us of an appearance and speech by Gov. Dean tonight in Mesa, AZ. Since there was a bit of confusion over the appearance in Sacramento this weekend, I called the college to confirm the location, and it HAS CHANGED.

The mailing stated: "You're invited to see Governor Dean speak when he is in your city. On Tuesday, March 11th at 7 pm, Governor Dean will address the Young Democrats at Mesa Community College in Phoenix, Arizona (Social and Cultural Building Room 11E)."

THIS IS INCORRECT! They've had to move to a bigger room on campus due to interest, so here is the right location: 1833 West Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85202 Gov. Dean will be speaking in room LB145, which is adjacent to the main Library. This event is free and open to the public! Please show your support for the Governor by attending this speech, and don't forget to bring those prescription bottles filled with change!

The link above goes to a map of the location.


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