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Re: [tcCannabisClub] Should I run for the Minnesota Senate?

From: user 1.
Sent on: Thursday, July 28, 2011 8:26 PM
If you really want to impress them, run in the primary against the endorsed party candidate of your choice. Be bold, stick it in their face and forget the signatures, (been there done that). I will be running against anti-marijuana Amy for the US Senate. It is already the issue I am being identified with here in the Northland because of my 8th district run last election. If you want to go third Party, the IP is open to takeover by a group of[masked] dedicated pot heads, once taken a name change is in order. There are real options. What we really need to be doing is all of the above and finding out the legalities of doing a petition drive at the State Fair. Petitions give us connection and help us build base as well as helping turn our people out at the caucuses. We need a solid presence in at least both Major Parties. How many dedicated bodies do we have? I am willing to put in at least one day, more if I had a place to stay and didn’t have to commute from the Hibbing area.
W. D. (Bill) Hamm

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