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The Montgomery County Libertarian Party Meetup Group Message Board › 7th U.S. District Congressional Candidate Debate

7th U.S. District Congressional Candidate Debate

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Attention: Citizens of the 7th District and Environs

Tea Party/Independent candidate Jim Schneller is participating in a debate for candidates for the 7th U.S. Congressional District. The debate will be held on Sunday, February 28, 2010, at 4:00 PM.

The first of a series, the debate/forum focuses on foreign policy. Candidates will answer questions from a panel, and from the public. The debate is co-sponsored by Delco for Liberty, http://www.delcoforli...­
and Delaware County Wage Peace & Justice, http://www.delcowagep...­, and is overseen by Democracy Unplugged, a Delaware County group recognized as a long time organizer of candidate debates. All candidates have been invited including Jim Schneller, Republican Patrick Meehan, and Democrats Gail Conner, E.Teresa Touey and Bryan Lentz. This forum is free to the public, with refreshments served. For more info or directions please call 610 543 8427 or visit http://www.democracyu...­. Alternately call or email Jim Schneller's campaign headquarters .

Jim, the 7th District's real candidate, is running on a platform of strict Constitutionalism, including urgently needed fiscal restraint, deregulation of foreign trade, permanent creation of jobs and security by a releasing of the economy from domination by multinational banks, and common sense non-interventionist foreign policy.

Please plan to attend this forum-debate.


The venue is fairly compact so earlybirds are encouraged !

LOCATION: Peace Center a/k/a Springfield Friends Meeting - located just off of Sproul Road Route 320 at 1001 Old Sproul Road.

From Route 1, go north on Route 320. Turn east (right turn as you're heading towards Broomall from Springfield) at the light between Route 1 and Cardinal O'Hara High School (the Marple Road / Old Marple Rd. intersection) - the Meeting is the old stone structure 50 yards down the street. People often park at the bowling alley, according to the organizers.

Route 1 is easily accessed by taking the Blue Route to the Route 1 Exit for Route 1 North: Route 320 is a few miles north, exit on the right side but turn left at the top of the ramp.

For the founders and the future !

Jim Schneller for Congress
Radnor, PA­
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