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Saturday, October 23, 2010

New Dems 'call party' Sunday part of national effort

Plainfield Democrats are urged to come out Sunday afternoon for a 'call party' in support of Democratic candidates nationwide being hosted by the New Democrats for Plainfield at the campaign headquarters for City Council candidate Rebecca Williams.

'Let's make a party to show our support for our president and Democratic candidates everywhere,' said candidate Williams, adding 'President Obama needs us all to lend a hand to keep New Jersey blue!'

Participants should bring their cellphones. Calling lists and message scripts will be provided, as will refreshments.

The event marks the kickoff of Williams' campaign headquarters for the general election, which will be held on Tuesday, November 2.


Sponsored by New Democrats for Plainfield
Inviting all Democrats to support candidates nationwide

Sunday, October 24 | 2 - 4 PM

New Democrats HQ
110 East Seventh Street
(Scott Drugs Building)
Parking in city lot next door

-- Dan Damon [follow]

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Rob said...

President Obama wouldn't need any help in keeping NJ BLUE if the Democrats who are and have been in control in NJ actually legislated responsibly...and thats a local NJ Politics Slam(statewide)..I leave national politics to those who want to comment on it.

Anonymous said...

I vote person, not party. There is absolutely no way that I am voting for any incumbent freeholder nor Linda Carter.

The democrats need their own tea party movement to take back control from those dems who have hijacked the democrat party. I just can't take the new dems seriously if they endorse voting for just any democrat.

Blackdog said...

What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.
New Democrats Indeed! What makes them so special or different from the Old Democrats except that they seem to be better Self Promoters?
This is a sorry town . . . Over 50,000 people live here, hopefully at least 20,000 can legally vote, and if we are lucky maybe 2,000 do actually vote! To the candidates running, 20 is a landslide!

Concerned Citizen said...

We need a new approach in New Jersey or it will simply become not worth living here at some point. I'm a Democrat and a loyal one but I want to support candidates that have solutions to the problems we face today. In Plainfield instead of squabbling amongst each other we need to start rowing in the same direction. Candidates positions on fiscal management, contract negotiations and capacity to produce solutions is what I'm looking for, not the same ole' same ole'.

Rob said...

To Concerned Citizen: I have a serious question, as I believe the statement you made is indicative of the problems facing NJ:
" I'm a Democrat and a loyal one "...What does a "loyal" Democrat mean ??? Means you vote the Party Line regardless? ( Hello, which is why we have Jerry Green, Linda Stender and Mayor Sharon in office )Means you would rather not cast a vote for a candidate from another party ( Republican, Green, Independent, Libertarian ) even if they are a far superior candidate? I vote for the candidate and I am loyal to the process of democracy, most certainly not one of the 2 most duplicitous organizations ever created -- The Democratic and Republican POLITICAL Parties. So, I am interested in hearing what it means to be a "loyal Democrat"..because I loosely interpret anyone who says "loyal-insert political party" means blind, uninformed and better suited for Communist Russia style politics.