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Reading the Ballot

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Reading the Ballot will be the theme of Women’s Voices with Val Muchowski on KZYX 90.5 fm and KZYZ 91.5 fm on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 7 pm.

 

            We will be looking over the November Ballot with a panel of politically knowledgeable women.  Rachel Binah is a member of the Democratic National Committee.  She also serves on the local and state Democratic Central Committees.  Margie Handley is the inland Republican activist who has worked on the local, state and national level.  Annie Esposito is co-publisher and editor of the Mendocino County Independent.  They will be the discussing national, state, local candidates and the propositions on the November ballot.

 

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