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Linda Barnes
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At 7:03am on January 23, 2010, Carol Price said…
Hi Linda,
Tony, the president of the Young Americans for Liberty, UCI chapter, is having "A Candid Look at 2010 Candidates" at the UCI campus building 500, room 100. It's Jan. 28th starting at 5 p.m. and ending no later than 8:00 p.m.
Tony already has a number of candidates coming to speak but he urges those who are running for OC Republican Central Committee to be present to speak individually with people at the back of the room or just outside.
I think we should have some cute catchy papers to pass out to get people's attention about voting at the primary for the liberty candidates. Before I found out about RP and C4L, I just skipped voting for the central committee because I didn't know anything about any of those running. Now I think we need to get the names and importance of the grassroots positions out to people.
Also, if you are interested, we're trying to put together a liberty entry into the Swallows Day parade in San Juan Capistrano March 20th. They won't accept political entries but they do allow people in traditional Mexican dress to march with lariats. So maybe they will allow people in traditional American patriotic costume.. I was thinking of having "Uncle Sam" and "Miss Liberty" drive a horse-drawn buggy followed by people dressed in American patriot costumes. I wonder if we could find someone who can dress up as a drummer boy and play a drum and maybe a fifer.
Does anyone know people involved in Civil War reenactments? That's American.
but not necessarily political. Then we could have a booth at the parade's "mercado" or street fair. If we're dressed up in patriotic costumes, we will attract attention and pass out C4L literature and maybe sell t-shirts and liberty buttons.
At 7:02pm on November 16, 2009, pete said…
Welcome Linda to C4L
 
 
 

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