CA-46: Making History House Parties

Check this out! It looks like the Debbie Cook campaign is really on the move. I wonder if they’ll be having a house party near my place. ;-)

Cook Campaign Announces Making History! House Parties

Huntington Beach, CA – California’s 46th District is set to make history by defeating 20-year incumbent Dana Rohrabacher and by helping elect Barack Obama in November.

On Aug. 28, Debbie Cook’s supporters and friends will host as many as 200 simultaneous Making History! House Parties across the 46th congressional district on Thursday, Aug. 28 when Barack Obama makes history and accepts the Democratic nomination for president.

The Cook campaign is mostly funded by local small dollar donors that want change in Washington. Every house party in this district will make a difference by raising money for Cook’s campaign and bringing supporters together in the critical weeks before Election Day.

Supporters can learn more about the August 28th Making History! House Parties and sign up to be a host by visiting the Debbie Cook for Congress website at www.debbiecookforcongress.com, or by calling Karen Hinks at 714-848-9395 or e-mailing khinks@verizon.net.

Cook is a two-term member of the Huntington Beach City Council, currently serving as mayor.  She has devoted much of her adult life and her legal career to environmental protection and energy policy.  She considers reducing America’s dependence on fossil fuels an environmental and national security imperative.

The 46th Congressional District covers a two-county area bounded by Costa Mesa on the south and the Palos Verdes Peninsula on the north. Both the Cook Political Report (no relation to the candidate) and the Swing State Project have listed California’s 46th District as a race to watch. For more information about the campaign, please visit www.debbiecookforcongress.com.

  1 comment for “CA-46: Making History House Parties

  1. Republican dementia
    August 6, 2008 at 2:19 pm

    Rohrabackwards was an embarrassment to his district again at the Port of Long Beach hearings on the container fee that has been agreed on by a broad local coalition.

    You’re not the deciders, he proclaimed, and he insisted on absurd things like his crackpot’s friend’s assertion that you could retrofit twenty year-old trucks to emit lesss pollution than new trucks, with no evidence other than his petulant assertion that he was on the science committee

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