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OUTRIGHT LIBERTARIANS HONOR DENNY IN PRIDE PARADE
Friday, June 27, 2003
This weekend, San
Francisco’s Outright Libertarians are honoring their secretary
Michael Denny by featuring him in the Pride parade. Michael is
proud to be affiliated with the Outright Libertarians and the
Libertarian Party, the first US political party to formally
acknowledge LGBT rights in their party platform.
The LGBT community
deeply understands the negative influence government has had on
their ability to secure some of their most basic human rights. The
Libertarian Party strongly believes government doesn’t belong in
our bedrooms, marriages or medicines, positions strongly shared by
this community. Please visit our booth located at section G9 on
Larkin Street in front of City Hall on both Saturday and Sunday.
The Pride Parade
is on Sunday. Anyone who would like to participate in our march
can join us on Beale Street near Folsom around noon. For anyone
who hasn’t been in the parade before, it is a great experience to
march up Market Street at such large and festive event. Please
come. We would love to have you join us.
information, telephone (415) 986-7677 x123, email
with Sam Van Zant of “Street Talk
Live at “The WAVE”
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Michael Denny, Plan C member and Candidate for SF Mayor attended
the Horace Mann Middle School clean up last Saturday
. Alison Mickels,
San Francisco’s “Clean City Coordinator” assigned Mike to hoe
duty. With the help of the students who cleaned behind him, Mike
cleared weeds at the base of the trees surrounding the school. The
students repeatedly asked Mike to tell them the name of the tool
he was using to their laughter and perverse enjoyment. When Mike
informed Alison of his campaign for SF Mayor, she replied “You go
Mike Denny, you just might win!”
It was a fun and
productive event. We
can take pride in knowing they are responsible for how good the
tree beds look around the school.
Michael Denny for Mayor Campaign and
Plan C - making a difference in San Francisco’s
quality of life…voluntarily.
Candidate Denny teaching Junior Achievement to 4th
grade class at Sutro Elementary
Another article in the San Francisco Business Times
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Listen to the Interview With Harry Osibin on Live 105
Part 1 here
Part 2 here