Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Republicans for DC Voting Rights

The DC delegation to the Republican convention has come to the Twin Cities with a clear sense of purpose on DC voting rights. As detailed by the Washington Times and in DC Convention Chair Jim Katdke's blog, they came to Minnesota with a mission to include support for the DC House Voting Rights Act into the national Republican platform. While their efforts were not as successful as they had hoped, all the DC delegates we've met have reiterated their commitment to working for DC voting rights.

Pictured here are (left to right): Eugene Kinlow (DC Vote Outreach Director), Ambassador Tom Korologos, Secretary Ann Korologos, Robert Kabel (Chairman of the DC Republican Committee), and Craig Max.

All the action isn't in hotels and convention halls. Not at all. DC Republican and Alternate Delegate to the convention, Patrick Mara, hit the streets with DC Vote this afternoon. We made friends of the two-legged and four-legged variety. Now that's what I call successful outreach!

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