Voter Power Fundraising Dinner

You are invited to a Voter Power fundraising dinner on Saturday, October 28, at 8 p.m. at the Saigon Kitchen at 3829 SE Division Street in Portland, Oregon. The dinner will begin after our open house. Elvy Musikka, one of the few remaining patients receiving medical marijuana from the United States government will be our guest of honor. Voter Power was formed in response to the 1997 attempt by the Oregon Legislature to recriminalize marijuana and Voter Power’s Executive Director and Legal Counsel helped draft the original Oregon Medical Marijuana Act (OMMA). Voter Power campaigned for the passage of OMMA and the defeat of marijuana recriminalization by designing and implementing the successful “Yes on 67, No on 57” campaign in 1998. Voter Power successfully lobbied the Oregon Legislature to fund OMMA and has registered over 30,000 new Oregon Voters. We provide marijuana law victims with a voice, empower voters to improve our laws and policies, and continue to fight for medical marijuana patients’ safe access to medicine. We need your help to continue this fight. Please attend our fundraising dinner. The dinner will be buffet-style and the cost is $25. Space is limited, so please RSVP via e-mail or telephone by Monday, October 23. Sincerely, Anthony Johnson Political Director (503) 224-3051 [email protected]
Sat, 10/28/2006 - 8:00pm - 11:00pm
3829 SE Division Street
Portland, OR
United States
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