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Build Back Better

GTDems Facebook Live Event!CLICK ON THE EVENT TO SUPPORT JOE BIDENTuesday Oct 27 3:30Go to our Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/gtdems/ TRAVERSE CITY MAYOR JIM CARRUTHERS, MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION CHAIRPERSON AND FRMR. STATE REP DAN SCRIPPS AND GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY COMMISSIONER BETSY COFFIA LIVE FROM TRAVERSE CITY IN SUPPORT OF JOE BIDEN TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. –  On October 27th, […]

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Indivisible Update

Sent: Thu, Oct 15, 2020 9:07 amSubject: Boycott Trump’s Town Hall event on NBC tonight and other important ongoing and upcoming actions Indivisibles:Here are two upcoming actions for your consideration:1.) Set your TV or DVR to ABC at 8 p.m. tonight to boost the ratings for Biden’s Town Hall (see details below from Celeste Crouch) […]

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Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration

ZOOM: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/83313018424 Join the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day! Monday, October 12 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Megwetch. Please Note!  This webinar does not require pre-registration, but you will have to sign in with a name and email address. If you want to ask a question in the chat, […]

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Events! Events! Events!

Here is the Live Link to register for this FUN musical benefit! https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsfuygrDwjH9xlsnF4RljMKjTKZI0JU82n Enjoy the Fall colors and take a drive or ride your bike to one of our Pop-Up Campaign Offices!  Stop by to say Hello, get your yard signs, and chat with local candidates.  Let us know how you are doing and what […]

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Mail In Voting

My wife and I recently received our mail-in ballots, and when we had filled them out, we put them in their envelopes saying “1st Class U.S. Postage Required” where the stamp would go. Then I put them on the scale and viola! Together they weighed 2.14 oz, i.e. 1.07 each; whereas, 1 oz is the […]

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