Tuesday, March 18, 2003
see Dean speak at the Children's Defense Fund Presidential Forum http://www.childrensdefense.org/conference_2003/default.htm
Our field agent Teddy Davis sends this notice of Dean's participation in a "Presidential Candidates Forum" sponsored by the Children's Defense Fund on Wednesday, April 9 from 7-9 p.m in Washington DC:
The forum will be held at the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel. The hotel is conveniently located near the Woodley Park/National Zoo stop on the Metro's Red Line.
All announced candidates have been invited. What's more, I called Jane Farrel with the Children's Defense Fund and learned that the "candidates forum" is free and open to the public.
On the heels of Dean's electrifying performances at forums sponsored by NARAL, the DNC, and the California Democratic Party, rival camps are hoping that Dean's appeal will fade once war commences in Iraq.
Come out. Support Dean's prescription for change.
Prove the pundits wrong!
It's worth noting that in Texas, Gov. Rick Perry has announced that the Children's Health Insurance program will likely not survive the upcoming budget cuts as Texas reels from its budget crisis. The reason Texas has a crisis? Ask former Governor: George W. Bush.
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