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Saturday, July 12, 2003


Dean's coming to your town! July 11-18

posted by annatopia at Saturday, July 12, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
I've republished this post as a weekend reminder. If you've attended any of these events, let's hear how it went!

Howard and Kate are going to be racking up those frequent flyer miles this week. Here is a list of events scheduled for July 11-18. This schedule is subject to change. All times listed are local. For more information or to confirm a particular event, please contact Deputy Press Secretary Kathy Lash at 802-651-3200.

Friday July 11, Dean campaigns in Ohio and Virginia
9:00 A.M. Address to the IAM (Machinists Union). 525 Elm Street at the Cincinnati Convention Center, Cincinnati, OH.
5:30 P.M. NOW Presidential Candidate Forum. Crystal Ballroom at the Doubletree Crystal City, Crystal City, VA.

Saturday July 12, Dean campaigns in Arizona
11:30 A.M. Conodino County Democratic Party Picnic, Fort Tuthill, Flagstaff, AZ. (details here)
2:15 P.M. Gov. Dean meets with local supporters at the University of Arizona Marriott, Tucson, AZ (details here; for more info contact this email box)
5:30 P.M. Gov. Dean attends a reception. Phoenix Mtn. Preserves Reception Center, 1431 East Dunlap, Phoenix, AZ.
6:00 P.M. Gov. Dean attends Arizona State Democratic Party Volunteer Dinner. Phoenix Mtn. Preserves Reception Center, 1431 East Dunlap, Phoenix, AZ.

Sunday July 13, Dean campaigns in Texas
7:00 P.M. Gov. Dean meets with local supporters at the Big D Rally for Dean, City Hall Plaza, Dallas, TX. (details here)

Monday July 14, Dean campaigns in Texas and Florida
8:30 A.M. Latinas Breakfast, National Council of La Raza. 500 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin Convention Center. Austin, TX.
2:30 P.M. Gov. Dean attends NAACP Presidential Candidate Forum. Miami Convention Center. 400 S.E. Second Avenue, Miami, FL.

Tuesday July 15, Dean campaigns in Washington DC
12:30 P.M. Gov. Dean attends Human Rights Campaign Presidential Candidate Forum. International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC.

Thursday July 17 and Friday July 18, Dean campaigns in Iowa
Contact Dean for America IA Office for details on public events scheduled -- IA Press Secretary Sarah Leonard: 515-243-5433

As always, if you know of a public appearance in your town, leave a comment and we'll help publicise the event. And to all the Dean groups in the towns listed above, if you are planning rallies to coincide with these events, please let us know so we can help spread the word.


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