Help un-ring Tan Nguyen’s bell

The Loretta Sanchez campaign is looking for volunteers to help un-ring the racist, illegal, bell that the Tan Nguyen campaign rang by mailing out the infamous “immigrants can’t vote letter.”

If you’re interested in giving some of your time to the campaign, and helping them inform (legal) voters that it is okay to go and vote, contact Marc Sussman: 714.839.4431

  4 comments for “Help un-ring Tan Nguyen’s bell

  1. Publius
    October 24, 2006 at 4:44 pm

    “Ringing the bell” is, indeed, the PERFECT metaphor for the sending of this letter.
    New letters can be sent from every government agency for the next 2 weeks, but they won’t succeed in unringing this bell. It simply can’t be done.
    Some legally registered voter will fail to get the new message and skip voting.
    Even more reason to do whatever we can to help the Loretta campaign TURN PEOPLE OUT.
    All we can do is try.

  2. Anonymous
    October 25, 2006 at 12:37 am

    HAHA, this makes me want to laugh. Loretta Sanchez acts like these voters, who are at least 18 years old, would be truly “intimidated” by the letters. Come on! give me a break. The letter did say that if you are a citizen you are encouraged to vote. Sanchez is only doing this to get some attention for herself and to get people to vote for her. HAHAHAHAHA…she needs to move on, this story is getting old.

  3. Anonymous
    October 25, 2006 at 12:37 am

    HAHA, this makes me want to laugh. Loretta Sanchez acts like these voters, who are at least 18 years old, would be truly “intimidated” by the letters. Come on! give me a break. The letter did say that if you are a citizen you are encouraged to vote. Sanchez is only doing this to get some attention for herself and to get people to vote for her. HAHAHAHAHA…she needs to move on, this story is getting old.

  4. October 25, 2006 at 12:41 am

    12:37,

    While I can’t disagree on the “this story is getting old” stuff, I would like to see one Nguyen supporter talk about the forged letterhead or the imaginary tracking machine mentioned in the letter.

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