Sunday, October 15, 2006

Congressional 2006 Election Forum

Hometown newspaper's (Observer Newspapers) staff writer, Hugh Gallagher, quite accurately reported on the League of Women Voters Forum last Wednesday, October 11, 2006. To read the newspaper story click here.

Perhaps this was the first public statement on the Department of Peace (DoP) NonViolence legislation by candidates John Tater (Libertarian) and Charles Tackett (U.S. Taxpayers). Both candidates support DoP Nonviolence legislation. Previously Thaddeus McCotter (R) expressed his views and positon, he opposes it, at the St. Edith Church DoP forum last September. Tony Trupiano stated that he supports passage of DoP NonViolence at our September meeting.

Four members of The Citizens For Peace District 11 were shown in the column's first photograph. The photo shows (left to right) 3 unknown men, Nancy Weiss, Bob Frank, Colleen Mills, George Mills. In response to the newspaper story,Colleen Mills, president Citizens For Peace, stated: "The Department of Peace was a hot issue at the forum!!!!! We are getting the buzz we wanted!".

Once again the League of Women Voters have demonstrated their committment to democracy by creating a forum for all candidates to speak out on the election issues.

And hats off to the Hometown newspapers for their accurate election reporting. Rarely do we see the print and television news media report on other than the Democratic and Republican parties.

1 comment:

Bob Frank said...

I'm hearing that peace poles have been around for a long time.