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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter,Vol. 12, No. 7, July 1984
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Date July 1984
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Transcript POLITICAL "I am a candidate for the Presidency of the United Sates. I make that statement proudly, in the full knowledge that, as a black person and as a female person, I do not have a chance of actually gaining that office in this election year. I make that statement* seriously, knowing that my candidacy itself can change the face and future of American politics-that it will be important to the needs and hopes of every one of you—even though, in the conventional sense, I will not win." -Shirley Chisholm, June 4^ 1972 Frances (Sissy) Farenthold of Texas received 420 delegate votes for Vice-President at the 1972 Democratic National Convention, second only to Senator Thomas Eagleton. "When the nurse, who we later found out is an ardent feminist, came to tell my husband that our baby had been born, she startled him by dryly announcing: "You have a possible future President of the United States-if we ever get the good sense to elect a woman!" -Shirley E. -letter to the editors, Ms., August, 1976 "A few of us sat down and wrote the principles for the (Minnesota Democratic Farmer /Labor Party) Feminist Caucus. We used the word 'feminist' upfront-none of this 'womens' crap. There were fourteen principles—the ERA, the choice of abortion, child care, party reform, supporting feminists for posts in and outside the party—everything. The fourteenth was the most controversial, through, because we pledged to support, as a caucus and as individuals, 'only those candidates who support these principles.' But we kept that fourteenth point. Why mess around supporting candidates who don't support your issues? I'd had enough of that in my life." -Koryne Horbal, "Inside the System," Ms^, July, 1977 The run-offs are over and as Bob Dylan sang "the times they are a- changing." We have a number of women who came through the run-offs great. Now we will begin to start mobilizing again and make these winners in the run-offs the duly elected candidate in the November election. Congratulations to: Michol O'Connor 1st Court of Appeals Alice Trevathan 127th state District Court Elinor Walters 333rd state District Court Carolyn Day Hobson County Civil Court at Law No. 3 and our feminist males Lloyd Doggett U.S. Senate' Don 3uford Congressional Representative-District 6 (Our special thanks, respect and love to Sheila Jackson Lee, the democratic nominee for Judge of the 215th Civil District Court who attended our June meeting to thank each of you for your support.)