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Democratic assembly Thursday

Aspen Times writer

Dear Editor:

In view of the many calls we are getting we would like to clarify that all interested Democrats, not just elected delegates and alternates, are invited to attend the Pitkin County Democratic Party Assembly this Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Common Ground Meeting Room (701 Independence Place, where the caucuses were held).

Please join us for a buffet dinner and meet the statewide and local candidates. We have had an excellent response from the candidates for U.S. Senate, campaigns that will be seeking the endorsement of the Pitkin County Assembly.

Gail Schwartz, our regent for the University of Colorado, will speak for Attorney General Ken Salazar, who is running for the U.S. Senate. Mike Miles, representative (candidate for U.S. Senate), Jim Spehar, John Salazar and Randy Fricke (candidates for Congress from our district), Kathleen Curry (candidate for state Legislature) and Dorothea Farris (running for re-election as county commissioner), among others, will be there to briefly address the assembly and answer questions.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Camilla S. Auger

chair

Pitkin County Democratic Party


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