It is with great honor that I extend to you an invitation from Peter Deutsch for a Town Hall meeting Thursday, December 4, 2008, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, at the Broward County AFL-CIO, 1700 NW 66th Ave. #100, Plantation, FL 33313. If you wish to RSVP, please visit the Peter Deutsch Town Hall Meetup Group.
The purpose of this meeting is for you to ask questions of and to share your ideas with the candidates for change, for leadership of the Broward Democratic Party with Peter Deutsch as Chair. The election will be held with registration beginning 1:00 pm, Sunday, December 7, at Millennium Middle School in Tamarac. At the Peter Deutsch Town Hall meeting on Thursday evening, December 4, elected DEC members can meet Peter Deutsch, candidate for Chair, and the entire Broward for Change slate.
Complete information about the Dec. 7 DEC Organizational Meeting and the election of officers is at www.grassrootspatriots.org/dec/ including proxy information, Broward for Change candidate information, duties of Officers, platform statement, list of all DEC members, answers to frequently asked questions about the DEC, and the official press release of Broward for Change.
In the interests of transparency and unity within our Democratic family, I am sending this invitation to all elected DEC members for whom I have email addresses, including candidates on the competing ticket and those whose votes we have not yet earned. If you know of any DEC members who do not have email or who may not have received this message, please extend our invitation from Peter Deutsch for all DEC members to attend this Town Hall meeting.
This is our time, Broward, to take our Democratic Party to the next higher level by electing former US Congressman Peter Deutsch for Chair of the Party, and electing the entire Broward for Change leadership slate.
Democratically, with Thanks for the blessings received,
Phil Busey, Broward Democratic Committeeman
Precinct T027, 837 SW 120th Way, Davie, FL 33325 email@example.com or 954-579-3932
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
Posted by Ron Mills at 10:57 AM