Thursday, December 08, 2011

Congressional Candidate Gary McDowell to visit Hancock Dec. 11

HANCOCK -- The Houghton County Democratic Party will hold their regular monthly party meeting at a different time and place this month. Instead of the first Wednesday, they will have a short party meeting at 1:30 p.m. this coming Sunday afternoon, Dec. 11, at Studio Pizza and Ice Cream on Quincy Street in Hancock.

The meeting will precede a special social event to welcome U.S. Congressional candidate Gary McDowell to Houghton County. McDowell is scheduled to appear at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11, in the Orpheum Theatre (at Studio Pizza).

Congressional Candidate Gary McDowell chats with teacher and artist Kris Raisanen Schourek in Houghton during a Sept. 24, 2011, rally organized by union members and We Are the People. The rally was held shortly after McDowell announced his decision to run again for Michigan's First Congressional seat -- formerly held by Bart Stupak and now by Rep. Dan Benishek (R-Iron River), who defeated McDowell in 2010. (Photo by Keweenaw Now)

The public is welcome to attend the event and bring friends and family to meet Candidate McDowell and find out why he wants to be the next person to represent Michigan's 1st Congressional District.



Congressional Candidate Gary McDowell addresses the audience at a rally organized by union members and We Are the People in Houghton on Sept. 24, 2011. McDowell gives some reasons why he plans to run again in 2012 for Michigan's First District Congressional seat, now held by Rep. Dan Benishek (R-Iron River). (Video clip courtesy Allan Baker for Keweenaw Now)

There is no charge to attend. However, those interested in a McDowell win will be invited to donate if they wish.

For more info, please contact Justin Palm at Justin@McDowellForCongress.com or call (206) 854-0007.

To contribute to the campaign, click here.

Make checks payable to McDowell For Congress. Contributions or gifts to McDowell For Congress are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.

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