October Unit Meeting|
President's Message (Dorothy Lum)
Financing the Federal Government
LWVUS Position on Federal Tax Policy
Questions and Answers on Federal Tax Policy
H Power (Welcome Fawcett)
Vote Count Flash
League Co-Sponsors "Pau Hana Preview of Marine Legislation"
Running to Win
Aloha to... New Members
America in the Third World (insert) (Helen Whorton)
Running to Win
What does it take to become a candidate? Leaguers and community participants will learn first-hand from some recent winners at the League sponsored seminar planned for November 2nd.
Joining League in sponsorship are the Political Science Department of the University of Hawaii, Manoa, the Honolulu Community Media Council and the University Campus Center Board.
Members will want to attend to enhance their ability to aid favorite candidates in the coming elections. And remember that around half of the women elected to office have been League members--so this seminar may spur you on!
Fill the form today and learn with others how to run to win.
9:10 Kick off by or. Neal Milner, Chair, Political Science Dept.
9:30 Dialog with h elected officials "Why I ran, and how I did it."
11:00 Political parties describe role of parties in election.
12:00 Box Lunch; Vendor display
1:00 Reality workshops- choice of 2 *
Shall I run?--analyze your district in terms of issues, socio-economic b ethnic info. *
Who will help manage my campaign? -- how to divide the work. *
How can I get the money for a campaign? -- fund raising, direct mail solicitation,etc. *
How do I make myself known to the public? -- work with the media; develop a panic :rage, develop printed materials
Location: Campus Center University of Hawaii, Manoa
RUNNING TO WIN SEMINAR NOVEMBER 2, 1985 CAMPUS CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
Reservation for people Cost: S7.50 per person
Includes packet & box lunch
Make check payable to:
LEAGUE OF W OMEN VOTERS
NAME, ADDRESS AND PHONE:
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