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Thursday, January 13, 2005

Warning: Question H Still Lives

From: Jacob Andoh
Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 9:09 am

Hello, all:

Good morning and Happy New Year to you and your family. (Please give us five minutes of your time today and read/act on the following. Thank you).

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT AGAIN! We defeated Question H massively last November (2004). We need your help, again, to remove all restrictions on our right to vote, come year 2006 !!

Attached to this email are two documents for you to use/modify and submit immediately to our delegates/Senators. They documents are as follows:

(1) a sample letter to submit to members of our Maryland Legislature (Delegates and Senators) and

(2) a Fact Sheet on the need to return to an elected school board in Prince George's county.

The Maryland Legislature is now open for business (Jan 2005) and one of the important issues for us here in Prince George's County is the NEED FOR OUR COUNTY TO RETURN TO AN ALL-ELECTED SCHOOL BOARD WITH NO AT-LARGE SEATS IN 2006!

We overwhelmigly opposed and voted down Question H and the proposed two At-Large County Council seats.

We are mobilizing again to make sure that our law-makers respect:

(a) our right to vote and

(b) our right to return to an elected board and

(c) our oposition to any and all At-Large seats on our School Board in 2006.

Please ACT TODAY! See email below and use the attached Sample Letter and Fact Sheet. All the necessary email addresses and contact information are included here listed after the sample letter below.

Let your delegates/senators hear from you directly, TODAY!.

Our Delegates and Senators will not act if they believe that you do not care! Thank you.

Jacob Andoh
Co-Chair, MLK Education Coalition

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