Meet Major John Boccieri and Ohio's Fighting 16th District!

After winning Ohio's 16th District Democratic Congressional Primary on March 4th, 2008, by more than 64% of the vote, Ohio State Senator Major John Bocceiri said:

"The people of Northeast Ohio need a representative in Congress they can trust to stand up for their interests. They need to know the person they send to Washington will fight for positive change on the issues affecting them every day. We must fix the unfair trade deals that send our jobs overseas, expand accessibility to affordable health care, find a solution to the foreclosure crisis, ensure our veterans have the services and support they have earned and bring our troops home from Iraq safely, honorably and soon."

Now, Canton, Ohio's, City Council President Allen Schulman invites you to come and meet State Senator John Boccieri and his friends!

"As we look forward to the general election, this is a truly exciting time in our district, our state and our nation. Our party is energized, we are hungry for a change, and after last night--more so than ever before-it is clear that we WILL elect the 16th District's first Democratic representative to Congress in 60 years!" ~ John Boccieri, March 4th, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSXOBYnXu o8

Please Join:

Allen Schulman & Associates

At an fundraising reception for:

State Senator John Boccieri
Democrat for U.S. Congress (OH-16)

March 27th, 2008 - 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm

Senator Boccieri will be in attendance

Allen Schulman & Associates
236 Third Street
SW Canton, OH 44702

$250 - Friend
$500 - Sponsor
$1,000 - Co-Host

RSVP to Jenna Slosson at (202) 320-4554 or
email at jenna@jsconsultingdc.com

If you are not able to join us, feel free to Act Blue!

Tags: Candidates & Causes, John Boccieri, OH-16, Ohio, United States Congress (all tags)

Comments

2 Comments

Re: Meet Major John Boccieri and Ohio's Fighting 1

We're pulling for ya, bud!

by ragekage 2008-03-25 10:13AM | 0 recs
John Boccieri and Ohio's Fighting 16th!

Thanx! We need him to win. It has been entirely too long since this district has had bold representation in Congress!

by Greg Roach 2008-03-25 11:43AM | 0 recs

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