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UICA to host Innovators of West Michigan GET OUT AND VOTE 2010 with Virg Bernero

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On Wednesday, Oct. 27 the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts will host "Innovators of West Michigan: GET OUT AND VOTE 2010," a progressive networking and meet and greet featuring Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Virg Bernero (who will be introduced by State Rep. Robert Dean), County Commissioner Brandon Dillon (Candidate for 75th House Rep), and David La Grand (Candidate for 29th District State Senate). Innovators... will be hosted by Azizi Jasper aka the Token Blaq Poet and Johannah Jelks. We encourage all to take this last opportunity to learn about the candidates vying for your vote and for your confidence to represent you in State Government. For any questions contact Jonathan at [email protected].

This is a Free Event

Complimentary Wine and Hors d'oeuvres will be served

More Speakers to be Announced.

Specially Invited Guest: Kent County Democratic Party, Kent County Republican Party, Kent County Black Caucus and Independents

Co-Organized by: Jamiel Robinson (Director of the Open Book Project), Victor Williams C.E.O. of the Hip Hop Coalition, Jonathan Jelks ( J.A.Jelks Consulting & The Talented Tenth),

UICA: Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts

41 Sheldon Boulevard SE
Grand Rapids Michigan 49503
P 616 454 7000
F 616 459 9395
[email protected]

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