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Title Broadside, Vol. 3, No. 1, May 1972
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date May 1972
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript Page 2 BROADSIDE May 1972 SIMULTANEOUS DISCHARGE OF ALL "ME GUNS ON ONE SIDE OF A WARSHIP...ANY STRONG OR COMPREHENSIVE ATTACK/ AS BY CRITICISM...A SONG/ CHIEFLY IN 16tH- AND 1/TH-CENTURY england/ written on a topical subject/ printed on broadsides, and sung in public.../ by a professional balladeer... The Random House Dictionary of the English Language/ Unabridged Edition VOTE MAY 6 On May 6, the voters of Texas will participate in the state primary elections to select candidates to appear on the November ballot. The only right constitutionally guaranteed to women is the right of sufferage. Historically, women have been less likely to turn out to vote than men. In all but Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada and Wyoming, women make up a majority of the eligible electorate, but half a century after their enfranchisement, they have been unable to establish a serious presence within either party. This must not continue. The fight to challenge male domination of our government must begin at the grassroots level, that is, the precinct conventions. Any person who votes in a primary election is eligible to attend her party's precinct convention in the precinct where she voted. Conventions are held on the day of the primary election-usually at 7:00 p.m.--but times may vary. Check to be certain. Democrats and Republicans have separate polling places for primary elections. You must be on time for your precinct convention. It is possible for well-organized voters to railroad a convention to a predetermined conclusion in less than two minutes. The precinct convention will be called to order by the executive committeeone or, in her or his absence, by any party member. Elect your candidates for convention chairone and secretary and adopt your resolutions. Choose your delegates to the county or senatorial convention according to your party's rules. If the party official who convenes the convention does not allow for a fair vote, especially on the selection of the convention chairone, withdraw and hold your own convention. You must submit your minutes and a list of delegates to the county clerk. Make maximum effort to acquaint the news media with the unfair treatment. You will find a documentation sheet enclosed with this issue of the BROADSIDE. It is very important that you take this sheet with you to your convention. It will aid in determining the validity of delegate selection. As a voter you have a great deal of political power and as a woman voter you have a responsibility to use this power to guarantee that the rights of all women will be protected. VOTE MAY 6 Susan Hedding Editor Contributing editors Parrish Hirasaki Geny McConnell Anyone who would like to write an article or essay for the BROADSIDE on an issue involving women's rights should contact Susan Hedding 667-5443 or Parrish Hirasaki at 333-2297. Letters to the editor and your suggestions and comments are invited. OFFICERS OF HOUSTON NOW President, Helen Cassidy Vice President, Brenda Badgley Secretary, Jeanne Necaise Treasurer, Ann Smith Public Relations, National Board Member, Poppy Northcutt