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Voters for Clean Elections celebrates 10 years of excellent work

Folks in the state progressive community should take note today of the ten-year anniversary of the reform coalition known as N.C. Voters for Clean Elections. The group, whose director Chase Foster is a regular contributor to the Progressive Pulse, has produced an impressive and inspiring list of accomplishments entitled “A Decade of Reform.” If you’re feeling at all frustrated by the latest news on the corruption front, it might improve your mood to check it out.

And speaking of mood improvers, the group will be holding an official birthday bash this afternoon in downtown Raleigh. See below for details.

What:  10-Year Birthday Party and Reception
When:  Thursday, Dec. 10th, 4:30-6pm
Where:  Busy Bee Cafe, 225 Wilmington St. Raleigh, NC 27601
(Busy Bee Cafe is located on Wilmington St. between Martin and Hargett.  Parking is available on the street or in parking garages along Wilmington St.  The closest parking garage is the
Moore Square parking deck).

RSVP to
chase@ncvce.org.

One Comment


  1. Tom Wittle

    December 11, 2009 at 6:51 pm

    I was not familiar with your organization before reading this issue of the blog. I’m impressed at your accomplishments! Happy birthday and keep up the good work!

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