Wednesday, August 01, 2007

A Future Democratic Precinct Committeeman

Michael Ziri, Springfield Metropolitan Exposition and Auditorium Authority (SMEAA), District 1 Member, is running for Democratic precinct committeeman in Springfield's Capital Precinct 26. He has plans to acquire more Democratic votes than the Republican candidate receives from his party through contributions from his generous supporters.

In the short time that Mr. Ziri has been a member of SMEAA, he has been quite busy cleaning house. Never one afraid to speak his mind, he tiredlessly works to ensure that officials work honestly in the interests of the public trust. Since the creation of SMEAA, board members preferred benefitting their personal interests:

  • Mr. Ziri initiated the clean-up of a ballot habitually stacked with experienced political insiders violating Illinois election code.
  • He challenged SMEAA's legal counsel's practice of a paid contract to represent candidates for the Board.
I feel that the Democratic Party must be held to its historical legacy of serving the working people, the grassroots, and other groups disenfranchised from the American Dream, said Mr. Ziri. He likes to remind people of two renowned state governors: John Peter Altgeld and Henry Horner. Both men had a sense of community and social justice, dedication to the working people, and commitment to decency and justice. In the 21st Century, they are but footnotes in Illinois history. It is time to return to those rather non-existent values.

The first step begins with Mr. Ziri, a grassroots man on the ground for the Democratic Party. Contact
him with your donation today!

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