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Richmond, CA 94805
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Campaign Update #3
Message from Mayor McLaughlin
August 22, 2010

Dear Friends,

Here we are getting close to the end of August and the campaign is moving forward with great enthusiasm.  We are walking precincts every Saturday and distributing literature. We have signs planted in yards throughout the City.  If you would like a sign, please email me at and show your support for continuing to build on our vision for a better Richmond!   Remember your support is needed for my re-election as Mayor, and also for the election of Jovanka Beckles and Eduardo Martinez, two great candidates for Richmond City Council!
One of the aspects of our vision for a better Richmond is, of course, full democracy in creating Richmond's future.  Toward that end, Richmond voters will have a chance this November to vote on an advisory ballot measure (Measure U) stating whether or not we want a casino at Pt. Molate.  My position on this has been clear for a long time.  Vote NO! on Measure U.  No Casino for Pt Molate -- We can do much better! We need positive, healthy development and jobs in our city.  
A recent completed example of a healthy project is our newly renovated historic Plunge! The grand re-opening of the Plunge, a week ago, was a great success, and our healthy, sustainable pool is now open for business!   Check out an article about the event here:  

On Wednesday, Aug. 25, at 6:00 pm, the San Francisco Mime Troupe will be performing for the first time in Richmond, at the Civic Center Plaza!   You won't want to miss this lively performance of "Posibilidad, or the Death of the Worker", about what happens in two factories, one in California and one in Argentina, when the bosses try to outsource operations and lay-off workers.  A prominent theme is the emergence of worker-owned cooperatives, which is a strategy I intend to promote during my next four years in office, as a worker empowerment-based model of economic development and job creation.

The play is free.  Music starts at 6:00 pm and the show begins at 6:30.  Come early to get a good spot, and bring a chair or something to sit on.  You can also bring food to enjoy during the outdoor performance.  See  for more information.

See you all there!  


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Phone: (510) 237-1456
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