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« on: July 26, 2015, 11:58:29 PM »
« edited: July 27, 2015, 12:23:30 PM by NeverAgain »

Announcement from The Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota.
George McGovern is running for President!

I stand among my fellow South Dakotans today to announce my candidacy for President of the United States.  The crisis we face at this moment is real;  no nation can tolerate a government that shows no regard for the people’s basic needs and no respect for our right to the truth from our leaders. 
Too many in this administration have forgotten that government is the servant – not the master – of the people . . . that government has the responsibility for assuring the people their basic rights needed to ensure life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Among these rights are jobs with decent wages, the ability to work in safe conditions, the assurance of comprehensive health care and social services, adequate housing in thriving communities, access to quality education for all, protection against governmental interference and discrimination, and – most of all – the right to not be drafted into this Administration’s unjust war.


Working families are suffering and losing ground under this Administration.  The Nixon “game plan” has led to tens of millions of families suffering joblessness or work cutbacks in the guise of “fighting inflation.”  Prices have soared, rising faster this year that at any time in the past decade.  And yet the Administration’s policies have shifted the tax burden from the wealthy onto the back of working class families.  This is unacceptable.  We need policies that reward hard work as a fair measure of our own willingness to achieve by instituting a higher minimum wage, programs that support jobs through public works and public service, and that protect the rights of labor through collective bargaining.  But we also must recognize that families sometimes fall on hard times and need our societal help with higher unemployment compensation, effective unemployment programs that keep jobs in the United States rather than sending them abroad, and social support programs such as food stamps and schools lunches.

I believe in the rights of citizens to achieve to the limit of their talents and energies. We must remove barriers that limit citizens because of the color of their skin, their ethnic heritage, or their gender.  And we MUST safeguard the advances in civil rights that we have fought so hard for.  This Administration has failed to enforce laws that protect key legal rights, such as the Voting Rights Act of 1965.  They have eroded our civil liberties and the principles of due process with their phone-tapping and surveillance of law-abiding citizens and their censorship of the press.  This Administration has acted without constraint, failing to recognize that the law must apply equally to all and that it must be an instrument of justice.


And, finally, we must end American participation in the war in Southeast Asia.  War is a waste of human life. This war has cost 50,000 American lives and $150 billion of our resources, and has divided us from each other, drained our national will and inflicted incalculable damage to countless people.  I call for the immediate total withdrawal of all Americans from Southeast Asia and the abolition of the military draft.

I stand as a proud citizen before the people of Mitchell, the people of South Dakota, and the people of America, to announce my candidacy for President of the United States.  Together we can restore the principles of a representative democracy, returning the ideals of domestic progress and enlightened internationalism to this great Nation.
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« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2015, 01:09:32 PM »

McGovern Campaign Schedule January 2nd - 8th

Sunday, Jan 2:  SOUTH DAKOTA
Mitchell - Corn Palace: Presidential Announcement
              - South Dakota Wesleyan University: SD Democratic Party Luncheon
Sioux Falls - Augustana College: Rally on "Foreign Policy: War is a Waste of Lives"


Monday, Jan 3:  IOWA
Sioux City - Sioux City Art Center: Speech on "Art and the Humanities in Work and Progress"
Spencer - Arnold Motor Supply: Rally on "Jobs, Unions, and Workers' Rights"

Tuesday,  Jan 4:  IOWA
Iowa City - Set-up Iowa HQ
                - Hamburg Inn No 2 Diner for "Pieshake"
Cedar Rapids - Veterans Memorial Building: Rally on "Ending the War in SE Asia"


Wednesday, Jan 5:  ARIZONA
Phoenix - Set-up Arizona HQ
                - Veterans' Memorial Coliseum: Rally on "Restoring and Advancing Civil Rights"

Thursday, Jan 6: ARIZONA
Tucson - University of Arizona Law School: Lecture on "Rule of Law"
Papago Reservation - San Xavier Mission: Rally on "Native American Civil Rights"


Friday, Jan 7:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord - Set-up New Hampshire HQ
                - Testimony before New Hampshire legislature on "The Urgency for Peace"

Saturday, Jan 8: NEW HAMPSHIRE, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Manchester - City Hall: Rally on "Jobs, Income, and Dignity"
U.S. Senate - Congressional duties
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« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2015, 03:20:05 PM »

Campaign Schedule:  January 9, 1972 - January 15, 1972

Sunday, Jan 9:  ARIZONA
Tucson - Centennial Hall:  Rally with US Rep. Mo Udall on "Environmental Conservation"
White Mountain Apache Reservation - Tribal Cultural Center:  Rally on "Native Americans and Civil Rights"

Monday, Jan 10:  CALIFORNIA, IOWA
San Francisco - The Fillmore: Rally with US Sen. James Tunney on "Growing the Peace Movement"
Des Moines - Drake University:  Speech on "Jobs, Unions, and Workers' Rights"

The Filmore

Tuesday,  Jan 11:  IOWA
Grinnell - Grinnell College:  Lecture on "Promoting Peace through Education"
Marshalltown - Marshalltown Community College:  Town Hall

Wednesday, Jan 12:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Nashua - Public Appearance at Daniel Webster College on "Our Changing Economy"
Hanover  - Town Hall at Dartmouth University

Dartmouth College

Thursday, Jan 13: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Manchester - Meeting with Local Union leaders
Concord - NH State House: Rally on "Improving the Lives of Working Families"
                - Eagle Hotel: Dinner and Speech on "The Ravages of the War"

Friday, Jan 14:  WASHINGTON, DC
U.S. Senate - Congressional duties

Saturday, Jan 15: MASSACHUSETTS
Rad/Lib Caucus - Participate
McGovern speaking to the Rad/Lid Caucus in MA



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« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2015, 03:26:47 PM »

Surrogates

Representative Morris Udall of AZ
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Morris Udall will be barnstorming in Arizona for the next week.

Senator John V. Tunney of CA
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John Tunney will be travelling around in CA boosting the McGovern campaign.
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« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2015, 09:30:39 PM »

Right, a few notes.

First, endorsements are limited to three or four per turn and I tend to make research to secure they are somehwat (emphasis there) realistic, so I would ask for players to send limited requests so I can answer faster.

Second, I will not be doing weekly general election polling, as the situation is probably not going to change too dramatically and it takes significant time. GE polling will be monthly, General Primary polling weekly, and state polls will change depending on the week.
Seems fair. I just will point out that for our 2 (I guess one now) Independent players, it may be a bit tricky to see what works and what doesn't every turn. It may not be an issue to them, but just pointing it out.
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« Reply #5 on: August 03, 2015, 05:10:49 PM »

McGovern Campaign Schedule:  January 16, 1972 - January 22, 1972

Sunday, Jan 16:  MONTANA, IOWA
Helena - Rally with US Sen. Majority Leader Mike Mansfield on "Ending the War in Southeast Asia . . . NOW" in State Capitol Building
Council Bluffs - Radio Interview, Iowa Western Community College KIWR
                       - Rally on "Protecting the Rights and Promise of Working Families"
Helena City Hall

Monday, Jan 17:  IOWA
Des Moines - Testimony before state legislature, State Capitol on "Jobs and Workers' Rights"
Davenport - Lecture at St. Ambrose University on "Improving the Lives of our Young People:  Jobs not Draft"

St. Ambrose University

Tuesday,  Jan 18:  ARIZONA
Phoenix - Rally with former US Sen/Majority Leader Ernest McFarland at Arizona Biltmore Hotel on "Economic Opportunities for All"
Maricopa Indian Reservation - Rally on Tribal Grounds on "Civil Rights for All"

Phoenix Biltmore Hotel

Wednesday, Jan 19:  ARIZONA
Tempe - Town Hall at Arizona State University
Tucson - Speech in front of University of Arizona on "Ending the War in SE Asia"

Thursday, Jan 20: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Nashua - Rally at City Hall on "Improving Jobs and the Economy for Workers"
Berlin - Lecture at Granite State College on "The Link Between Civil Rights and Workers' Rights"
Granite State College

Friday, Jan 21:  NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW YORK
Dixville Notch - Town Hall at The Balsams Hotel on "The Importance of Our Democractic Process"
New York, New York - Rally at the New York City Hall with Gore Vidal on "Law and Order: How NOT to turn into a police state."

New York, New York City Hall

Saturday, Jan 22: WASHINGTON, DC
U.S. Senate - Congressional duties
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« Reply #6 on: August 03, 2015, 07:57:07 PM »

George McGovern Endorsements

Ernest McFarland- Fmr. Sen. Majority Leader of Arizona
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McFarland will be campaigning around Arizona and is McGovern's Senior Arizona adviser.

Mike Mansfield- Sen. Majority Leader of Montana
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Mansfield will campaign in Iowa and will be McGovern's Senior adviser to the Midwest.

Gore Vidal- Political Activist of New York
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Gore Vidal will be campaigning in New Hampshire for this week.

Past Endorsements
Mo Udall will continue to campaign in Iowa.
Sen. Tunney will continue to campaign in California and in the Pacific states.
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« Reply #7 on: August 07, 2015, 01:20:15 AM »

George McGovern Statment(s)

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« Reply #8 on: August 07, 2015, 04:32:28 PM »

Will have my schedule up soon, on a vacation at the moment so it will take a bit. Sorry yall.
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« Reply #9 on: August 07, 2015, 10:50:49 PM »

McGovern Campaign Schedule: January 23th - January 29th

Sunday, Jan 23:  IOWA
Clarinda - Rally in Town Square on "Small Town America in Our Declining Economy"
Des Moines - Lecture at Drake University on "The Over-reach of Government with the Draft"

Clarinda Town Square

Monday,  Jan 24:  IOWA
Iowa City - Lunch with Voters at Hamburg Inn No 2
          - "GOTV" Campaign
          - Watch caucus result in Iowa City HQ

Tuesday, Jan 25:  ILLINOIS
Chicago - Rally with Fmr. Governor Sam Shapiro on "Ending the War in Southeast Asia"

Chicago

Wednesday, Jan 26:  ARIZONA
Papago Reservation - Tribal Headquarters on "Indians and Civil Rights"
Tucson - Rally with Fmr. Senator Guy Gillette at University of Arizona on "Engaging College Students in Ending the War in SE Asia"

University of Arizona

Thursday, Jan 27: ARIZONA, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Nogales - Rally on "Improving Jobs and the Economy for All Citizens"
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Senate - Congressional duties

Friday, Jan 28:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Laconia - Meet with United Steelworkers of America union members on "The Need for Workers' Rights in America"
Manchester - Rally at Headquarters for Amalgamated Transit Union on "The Role of Infrastructure Today"

Laconia, New Hampshire

Saturday, Jan 29: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord - Lunch with Voters at Capital Diner
         - "GOTV" Campaign
         - Watch primary results in Concord HQ

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« Reply #10 on: August 07, 2015, 11:00:31 PM »

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Gov. Shapiro will be campaigning in his home state of Illinois and will be the McGovern Head Illinois Advisor.

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Sen. Guy Gillette will campaign in Arizona this week.

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Ralph Nader will campaign in New Hampshire this week.

Past Surrogates will continue their previous week's activities.
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« Reply #11 on: August 08, 2015, 02:00:45 PM »

Awesome Update Lumine!

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« Reply #12 on: August 08, 2015, 07:04:04 PM »

The McGovern campaign would like to file for the Illinois Primary
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« Reply #13 on: August 11, 2015, 12:28:26 AM »

Is it Thursday night, because I am going to be flying all day tomorrow?
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« Reply #14 on: August 13, 2015, 04:14:44 PM »

My Debate Responses And Full Schedule will be up later today, sorry for the delay I have been on vacation.
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« Reply #15 on: August 14, 2015, 10:16:40 PM »

I apologize sincerely, my internet and electricity went out for a couple of hours tonight and I could not finish my pictures and schedule. I hope to post them tomorrow morning, I apologize Lumine and my fellow candidates for the delay!
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« Reply #16 on: August 15, 2015, 06:28:39 PM »

Just Got Back From Work, My Stuff will be here in a couple of hours! Sorry guys, my life has been a little stressful the past few days!
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« Reply #17 on: August 15, 2015, 10:25:29 PM »

McGovern Debate Responses

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« Reply #18 on: August 15, 2015, 10:31:46 PM »

Campaign Schedule:  January 30, 1972 - February 6, 1972

Sunday, Jan 30:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Nashua - Rally at Nashua Manufacturing Company on "Protecting Workers' Rights"
Exeter - Rally at Town Hall on "Restoring the Rule of Law in America"
Dover - Rally on "Protecting Civil Rights"

Exeter Town Hall

Monday, Jan 31:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Lebanon - Radio Interview at Lebanon College
Bedford - Lecture at St. Anselm College on "Improving the Lives of our Young People:  Jobs not Draft"
Derry - Rally at Town Hall with Astronaut Alan Shepard (birthplace) on "Old Warriors Oppose the New War"

Lebanon College

Tuesday,  Feb 1:  ILLINOIS
Rockford - Rally at Winnebago County War Memoriall on "Ending the War - NOW"
Chicago - Rally at Chicago Theater on "Civil Rights for All"

Chicago Theater

Wednesday, Feb 2:  ILLINOIS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Springfield - Rally at Illinois State Capitol on "The Draft isn't Consistent with Civil Rights"
Columbia - Lecture at University of South Carolina on "The Link Between Civil Rights and Workers' Rights"

Thursday, Feb 3: SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston - Rally at City Hall on "Civil Rights - NOW"
Florence - Lecture at Francis Marion University on "Improving Jobs and the Economy for Workers"

Friday, Feb 4:  WISCONSIN
Green Bay - TV Appearance on WBAY
Madison - Rally Wisconsin State Capitol on "Law and Order: How NOT to turn into a police state."

Saturday, Feb 6:  WISCONSIN, WASHINGTON, DC
Milwaukee - Rally at City Hall on "Protecting Workers' Rights"
U.S. Senate - Congressional duties
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« Reply #19 on: August 15, 2015, 10:40:15 PM »

Campaign Schedule: February 7, 1972 - February 13, 1972

Sunday, Feb 7: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord - Barnstorming
Manchester - Barnstorming - Workers' Rights

Concord State House

Monday, Feb 8:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Londonderry - Barnstorming
Berlin - Barnstorming

Berlin

Tuesday,  Feb 9:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Hanover/Dartmouth College - Barnstorming - Open Decisionmaking and Rule of Law
Keene - Barnstorming

Wednesday, Feb 10:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Merrimack - Barnstorming
Hampton - Barnstorming

Thursday, Feb 11: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Salem - Barnstorming
Portsmouth - Barnstorming

Friday, Feb 12:  WISCONSIN
Racine - Barnstorming
Beloit - Barnstorming
Waukesha - Barnstorming

Saturday, Feb 13:  WISCONSIN, WASHINGTON, DC
Milwaukee - Barnstorming
U.S. Senate - Congressional duties

Milwaukee WI
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« Reply #20 on: August 15, 2015, 10:44:57 PM »

Campaign Schedule:  February 14, 1972 - February 20, 1972

Sunday, Jan 14:  ILLINOIS
Waukegan - Barnstorming
Oak Park - Barnstorming
Schaumburg - Barnstorming

Monday, Jan 15:  ILLINOIS
Carbondale - Barnstorming
Mount Vernon - Barnstorming
Carmi - Barnstorming

Tuesday,  Feb 16:  ILLINOIS
Granite City - Barnstorming
Decatur - Barnstorming
Champaign - Barnstorming

Champaign College

Wednesday, Feb 17:  WISCONSIN
Fond du Lac - Barnstorming
Mennononee Reservation - Barnstorming - Civil Rights
OshKosh - Barnstorming

Thursday, Feb 18: WISCONSIN
Appleton - Barnstorming
Steven's Point - Barnstorming
Eau Claire - Barnstorming

Friday, Feb 19:  SOUTH CAROLINA
Greenville - Barnstorming - Civil Rights
Beaufort - Barnstorming
Myrtle Beach - Barnstorming

Greenville, SC


Saturday, Feb 20:  SOUTH CAROLINA, WASHINGTON, DC
Spartanburg - Barnstorming
U.S. Senate - Congressional duties
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« Reply #21 on: August 15, 2015, 10:50:59 PM »

Campaign Schedule:  February 21, 1972 - February 29, 1972

Sunday, Feb 21:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Milford - Barnstorming
Amherst - Barnstorming
Somersworth - Barnstorming

Amherst, NH

Monday, Feb 22:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Conway - Barnstorming
Hudson - Barnstorming
Claremont - Barnstorming

Conway, NH

Tuesday,  Feb 23:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Durham - Barnstorming
Gilford - Barnstorming
Concord - Barnstorming

Wednesday, Feb 24:  ILLINOIS
Peoria - Barnstorming
Gary - Barnstorming - Rule of Law
Chicago - Barnstorming

Peoria, IL

Thursday, Feb 25: ILLINOIS
Springfield - Barnstorming
Jacksonville - Barnstorming
Hillsboro - Barnstorming

Friday, Feb 26:  WISCONSIN
La Crosse - Barnstorming
Madison - Barnstorming
Janesville - Barnstorming

Saturday, Feb 27:  WISCONSIN
Milwaukee - Barnstorming - Workers' Rights
Port Washington - Barnstorming
Sheboygan - Barnstorming

Sunday, Feb 28:  SOUTH CAROLINA
Hilton Head - Barnstorming
Mount Pleasant - Barnstorming
Columbia - Barnstorming

Monday, Feb 29:  CALIFORNIA   
San Francisco - Barnstorming
Oakland - Barnstorming
San Jose - Barnstorming

Oakland, CA
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« Reply #22 on: August 15, 2015, 10:51:32 PM »

Thanks Lumine for the extension, excited for Round 6!
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« Reply #23 on: August 19, 2015, 09:50:35 PM »
« Edited: August 20, 2015, 12:32:40 PM by NeverAgain »

Hey, I've been really busy with work, can I get an extension?

Sure, tomorrow night is the final date, then we will get New Hampshire results.
Have mine up later tonight, just got off work.
EDIT: Can't post tonight, will do it late afternoon tomorrow! Sorry for the delay!
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« Reply #24 on: August 20, 2015, 09:53:56 PM »

McGovern Campaign Schedule:  March 1, 1972 - March 7, 1972

Tuesday, Mar 1:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Nashua - Rally on "Fair Pay for Fair Work;"  GOTV Campaign
Exeter - GOTV Campaign
Derry - GOTV Campaign

Nashua, NH

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Wednesday, Mar 2:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Lebanon - GOTV Campaign
Bedford - GOTV Campaign
Manchester - Speech outside the "Manchester Union Leader;" Rally on "The Need for Unions Today;"  GOTV Campaign

Manchester Union Leader

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Thursday,  Mar 3:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Berlin - GOTV Campaign
Concord - Rally on "The Importance of our Democratic Process;" GOTV Campaign
Dover - GOTV Campaign

Dover, NH

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Friday, Mar 4:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rochester - Rally on "Civil Rights for All;"  GOTV Campaign
Claremont - GOTV Campaign
Laconia - GOTV Campaign

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Saturday, Mar 5: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Salem - GOTV Campaign
Merrimack - GOTV Campaign
Portsmouth -  Rally on "Ending the War - NOW;" GOTV Campaign

Salem, NH

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Sunday, Mar 6:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
Conway - GOTV Campaign
Durham - GOTV Campaign
Hanover - Rally on "The Rule of Law in Today's Democracy;" GOTV Campaign

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Monday, Mar 7:  NEW HAMPSHIRE, WASHINGTON, DC
Concord - Last check-in with Campaign HQ; Speak to Volunteers
U.S. Senate - Congressional duties

McGovern Outside NH HQ

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