The David Sole for U.S. Senate campaign is hosting a campaign rally this Saturday, November 4, 6:00 pm, at Central Methodist Church, Woodward and Adams at Grand Circus Park in Detroit.
At the rally, David Sole and other Green Party candidates will articulate their anti-war program, a program which reflects the views of 71% of the U.S. population in the latest polls. Sole calls for the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, and that the billions of dollars being spent on these illegal, immoral and losing wars be used instead to fund health care, housing and jobs at living wages at home. In contrast, Debbie Stabenow and Michael Bouchard are both supporters of the wars, with Stabenow voting for every single war appropriation.
Earlier on Saturday, November 4, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, the Sole for Senate campaign will be holding a moving rally and caravan through Dearborn's Arab community. A similar caravan through the Latino community last weekend drew considerable support for the campaign, in light of Sole's defense of immigrant rights and call for full amnesty and legalization for all undocumented workers. In contrast Stabenow has been running disgusting racist, anti-immigrant ads on TV. The press is invited to accompany the campaign on this car caravan.
While campaigning at Central Michigan University last week, Sole met with African American students fighting against racism on campus, including the appearance of the Nazi party. Sole has issued a letter supporting the students. In addition, Sole and the Stop the War Slate of the Green Party were recently endorsed by prominent transgendered author Leslie Feinberg, whose recent Michigan tour drew hundreds of students on Michigan campuses.
Sole is available for interviews with any media outlets. Call 313-680-5508.
Posted: November 2, 2006