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News :: DNC
"PUELL TO MENINO: CONVENTION ON LABOR DAY"
27 May 2004
Modified: 02:49:39 PM
"BOSTON POLITICAL & LABOR-LIVING WAGE ACTIVIST
ALBERT PUELL WRITES OPEN LETTER TO MAYOR TOM
MENINO ASK HIM TO POSTPONE THE N.D.CONVENTION
TO LABOR DAY(9/2-9/5)TO HELP($)KERRY TO WIN"
Boston, Massachusetts, May 27th of 2004, News-
break by Rafael Linaza, Journalist for (Local&)
World Wide News,Opinions to:charlesty (at) MyWay.com

Boston Political & Labor-Living Wage Activist
and non-stop in strike for it, Albert C. von
Puell, is writing an "Open Letter to Mayor Tom
Menino of Boston,MA", asking him on the common
ly know facts that John Kerry needs 5 more
weeks to get more fund raising to beat or equal
the advantage Bush has over him ($200 million
over $100 million of Kerry), so Mayor Menino
can help him to raise so over $30 more million
dollars by postponing the Democratic COnvention
to Labor Day (9/2 to 9/5 2004)soToWinElection!

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Re: "PUELL TO MENINO: CONVENTION ON LABOR DAY"
27 May 2004
Just by way of information for our readers, Rafael Linaza and Albert C. Puell, are, as far as I can tell, the same person. He or they do present an interesting point of view though. Why not move the convention to a major holiday later in the year? Bostonians will all be on vacation and Kerry's not going to accept the nomination this early anyway!