Cindy Sheehan, the Peace and Freedom Party candidate for Governor, will be in San Rafael on Saturday, May 24.
When: Saturday, May 24 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm Where: Community Media Center of Marin, 819 A Street, San Rafael (MAP) What: Campaign appearance and fundraiser Sponsor: Sheehan for Governor campaign Contact: Jolie at 415-235-9187 Cost:Donations encouraged, no one turned away for lack of funds
The Marin County Peace and Freedom Party has endorsed this event.
I am running to End Poverty In California. Please join me in San Rafael on May 24.
Plenty of street parking
There will be refreshments
Contact Jolie at 415-235–9187
Our major goals are to: decrease prison populations and increase funding for schools and publicly financed healthcare; greatly reduce fees for public colleges and universities; wean our state off of fossil fuels and expand usage of renewable and clean energy and expand public transportation (free for seniors and students); institute a State Bank; increase job training programs and repair existing infrastructure; house the homeless; stop the unconstitutional Bay Delta tunnel project and put all utilities under the control of communities that are served; fully decriminalize marijuana; legalize hemp; expand worker control of workplaces; expand people’s participation in state government; make the wealthiest citizens of this state pay their fair share; reform CPS and institute public review boards for police that have real power.
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