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Democratic party is today in Aspen

Dear Editor:

The Pitkin County Democratic Party would like to remind Democrats that the party will be meeting today, Oct. 11, at 5:30 p.m., at the Aspen Square Conference Room to hear from the western regional coordinator for Barack Obama (coming in from Chicago), representatives for the Hillary Clinton campaign, the John Edwards campaign and the Udall campaign for U.S. Senate. The status of the campaigns, the timing of the caucuses, delegate selection for the national convention and other matters will be discussed.

Food and soft drinks will be served. Please join us for this exciting event. We look forward to seeing you there.

Camilla Auger, chairwoman

Blanca O’Leary, vice chairwoman

Pitkin County Democratic Party

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