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California Libertarian Party Secretrary of State candidate Christina Tobin to speak at drug policy forum in San Francisco

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Tobin to speak at drug policy forum in San Francisco

Today, Free & Equal has several interesting tidbits to bring to your attention.

First, our founder and chairwoman, Christina Tobin, recently appeared on FOX Chicago Sunday, the weekly political show for FOX Chicago News. Those who missed it can look for the video on freeandequal.org as soon as it’s available.

On Friday, March 12, Tobin will be speaking in San Francisco at the Students for Sensible Drug Policy 11th annual international conference. This is consistently the largest gathering of students and youth from around the world in support of ending the “War on Drugs.”

Tobin will speak at 5:30 p.m. at the Fort Mason Center on the effort to stop the “Top Two Primaries Act,” which surely will thwart any hopes of ending the political war against the legalization of marijuana.

For more on the conference, visit ssdp.org/conference.

In other news: Is someone you know having trouble understanding the “ballot access” issue? Why is Free & Equal fighting for the rights of small political parties that rarely win elections? Well, your ship has come in. Free & Equal Board member Michael Jingozian has created an award-winning video on the ballot-access issue. The video’s many awards include:
The 2008 Telly Award for Best Internet Commercial for Political Issues
The 2008 W3 Award for Best Viral Marketing Video for Activism
The 2008 Marcom award for Best Political Web Video
The 2008 Ava Award for Best New Media Political Video
To see more of Mike’s great work, visit his Portland, Oregon-based marketing firm at angelvisiontech.com.

For free and equal elections,

Micah Gamino
Media Director
The Free & Equal Elections Foundation

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2 Comments

  1. paulie paulie March 3, 2010

    I thought she was Green Party candidate…

    You thought wrong.

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