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Welcome to 2007!
A year of change, a year of a new majority, and a year to continue to make Michigan great!
It's encouraging to see that Michigan's Democratic leadership is reaching out for our assistance in shaping that future.

Come join Speaker of the House Andy Dillon and Majority Floor Leader Steve Tobocman as they meet with folks like you from the Michigan progressive/liberal/democratic blogosphere on

Friday, February 16th
6pm - 7pm

Livingston County Democratic Party Office
10321 E. Grand River Suite 600

Brighton, MI. 48116

Of course, far be it from the folks in the Senate to miss out. Many thanks to Minority Leader Mark Schauer for offering to meet up

Wednesday, February 21st
7pm - 8:30pm

Lansing Off-Site Office
3230 S. Pennsylvania
Lansing, MI 48910***
(Please RSVP for this event)

If you live in the Lansing area, (either the 67th, 68th, or 69th House Districts, or in Senate District 23), then Reps. Barb Byrum, Joan Bauer, Mark Meadows and Senator Gretchen Whitmer ask you that you join them

Thursday February 8th
6:30pm - 8:30pm

3499 E. Lake Lansing Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823

Of course, don't forget to attend the Michigan Democratic Party State Convention with Blogger's Caucus 2.0 on
Saturday February 24th
10 am - 12pm

Cobo Hall
Detroit, MI

Many thanks to the above-mentioned legislators for reaching out to all of us.
For questions, concerns, or to schedule a Bloggers Meet-Up in your area, be sure to contact me.

Originally posted to LiberalLucy on Wed Jan 24, 2007 at 07:14 PM PST.

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