Please take the time to help any or all of candidates listed below. Get out the vote and change the city council!
Get Out the Vote Opportunities This Week:
Everyone should try to connect with the candidates below and help them get out the vote.
Dr. John Palmer: Literature drop/door knock- 3-5PM Tuesday & Thursday
Tuesday: www.theunitedwest.org/sharia-crime-stoppers - week 5 of 16 week training for police officers, social workers, and judicial officers on Sharia crime.
Wednesday: Christianity & the Competition at 7PM- Faith Lutheran Church, 3000 Cty Rd 8 SE, St Cloud, MN
RED HAT FORUMS ON OCTOBER 24 & 25TH - MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND SEE ATTACHED FLYER TO PASS AROUND
There should be consequences to incumbent city council members for making St Cloud the worst city in Minnesota and on par/capita with Baltimore - ranked the 9th worst city nationwide. In fact, our poverty ratio is worse than Baltimore. Let's get out the votes for John, Liz and Beth!
ROUNDTABLE FOR MORAL CAPITALISM
News for Immediate Release
October 1, 2018
On Thursday the 27th of September Liz Baklaich and John Palmer completed an all day workshop titled Public Office as a Public Trust, Ethics of Public Stewardship. The workshop was led by Stephen B. Young, Global Executive Director, Caux Round Table for Moral Capitalism. Liz Baklaich and John Palmer, candidates for the St. Cloud City Council received certificates of completion which recognize their dedication to the study of public service in the finest traditions of American constitutional democracy.
As a follow up to the workshop Stephen B. Young will be the presenter at a “Red Hat Forum” entitled Public Office as a Public Trust conducted in the Mississippi Room of the St. Cloud Public on October 24th from 7 PM to 8:30 PM. The event is open to the public and all candidates for public office are urged to attend. Mr. Young will make an hour long presentation and be available for audience Q&A for the last half. Mr. Young is also available for interview/appearance prior to the event.
For information about the Caux Round Table go to:
http://www.cauxroundtable.org/index.cfm or contact Mr. Young at firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about the “Red Hat Forums” contact John W. Palmer at email@example.com or Liz Baklaich at firstname.lastname@example.org