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    Tag: Syed Taj

    FYI Tonight

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Oct 22, 2012 at 02:24:17 PM EST
    Tags: Kerry Benitvolio, Forum, Syed Taj, Congress, CD11 (all tags)

    Tonight, at 6:30pm, Kerry Bentivolio will face his Democratic opponent, Syed Taj, at a candidates' forum in Livonia, hosted by the Clements Circle Civic Association.

    This promises to be an exciting event.  Both candidates will give short speeches and answer questions.  

    Show up to support Kerry if you can make it.  Its likely Taj will be mobilizing his supporters in force for this event. There may be media present, and it is always helpful and encouraging for Kerry to see supporters rooting for him.

    RSVP for the event on its Facebook page

    Please come out to support Kerry in Livonia, this Monday at 6:30pm.

    Clements Circle Civic Association Candidates Forum & General Meeting

    Emerson Middle School
    29100 West Chicago
    Livonia, MI 48150

    October 22nd, 2012, 6:30pm

    (2 comments) Comments >>

    Democrat Crossover Scheme

    By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
    Posted on Tue Aug 28, 2012 at 10:37:43 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan's 11th Congressional District, Republican Special Primary, Michigan Tea Party Patriot Network, iCaucus Michigan, Kerry Bentivolio, Nancy Cassis, Kenneth Crider, Carolyn Kavanagh, Steve King, memory holes, Michigan Banana Republican Party, public record, 11th District Republican Star Chamber, L. Brooks Patterson, Tom Stroup, Oakland County, Wayne County, Operation Chaos, Michigan Democrat Party, David Curson, Syed Taj (all tags)

    Just in case you've forgotten, there is a special primary election taking place in the old 11th Congressional District about a week from now.  According to the Official Michigan Special Primary Candidate Listing, this is going to be a non-issue for the democrats, as David Curson is unopposed.  The republican side of that ballot, however, is the entire reason for next week's special election in the first place.  And that's just what the mischief-makers on both sides are probably counting on.

    (4 comments, 752 words in story) Full Story

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