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Andrew Miller - The Gary Johnson Campaign: Goals Achieved & Opportunities Missed

Join us on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. SHARP to hear Andrew Miller, Advance Coordinator, Blog Master and Traveling Advisor to Libertarian Party Presidential Candidate Governor Gary Johnson, speak on the topic of The Gary Johnson Campaign: Goals Achieved & Opportunities Missed. The speech is A Post-Election Analysis Of The Gary Johnson Campaign Effort. The event will take place in the downstairs meeting room at VFW Post 4787 (Whitestone Community Post) located at[masked]th Street in Whitestone, New York 11357.

Admission is FREE but we do literally pass the hat for contributions.

Andrew Miller, with seven years experience as a political strategist, tackled multiple indispensable roles in Gary Johnson's 2012 presidential campaign. Miller served as advance coordinator, blog master and traveling advisor to Governor Johnson in a campaign that, with 1.2 million votes, was the most expansively successful in Libertarian Party history. Miller, a protege of veteran political strategist Roger Stone, cut his teeth as an advance man for Charlie Cristie's 2006 gubernatorial campaign. He conducted advance work in Florida for the John McCain presidential campaign in 2008 and served as campaign manager to Kristin Davis in her New York gubernatorial run in 2010.

If you are driving, there is plenty of free street parking. If you are coming by subway and bus, the Q44 and Q20 buses will leave you one block away. Taking the 7 subway to Main Street is closer to the location than taking the subway to Jamaica.

Reminder: Bring toys (stuffed animals) for our Toy Drive donation to the QSAC school.

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