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Thursday, September 18, 2003


Beantown is Deantown on 9/23

posted by Amanda at Thursday, September 18, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
The Hub is going to be hopping next Tuesday, September 23!

Governor Dean will give a major address -- "Democracy, Freedom & Action" -- at a noontime rally in Copley Square, Boston. Mass for Dean is working overtime, along with the fabulous staff at DFA, to make this rally a huge success.

Governor Dean's speech will lay out "what is at stake in this election" and outline "how Dean’s vision for America will restore political power to the American people."

If you know someone who lives within driving distance of Boston, please pass this information along:

What: Speech on “Democracy, Freedom & Action”
Where: Copley Square, Boston
When: Check-in starts at 11:00am, program begins at 11:45am

Register to attend HERE and download flyers to post HERE (two to a sheet).

We're gonna show a certain US Senator from Massachusetts that Beantown is Deantown!


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