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Wolfepack News: : Wolfepack News-October 2005
Posted by webmaster on 2005/10/19 20:20:00 (5075 reads)
Wolfepack News:

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Site News: : New Photo Album in "The Campaign in Pictures"
Posted by webmaster on 2005/10/17 23:58:49 (2374 reads)

We have a new photo album in the campaign picture gallery. It's just started, but this will be where we will be putting pictures of Anne with noted state and national Democratic politicians and candidates. It's just started and it presently only has two pictures(but they are well worth the look!), but check back in the days ahead, as this album is sure to grow.

Over time, you will also see a lot of pictures from all of the campaign. Keep your eyes peeled on the campaign photo album for more!

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Other News of Note: : ActBlue Poll on State Races
Posted by webmaster on 2005/10/13 12:20:00 (2397 reads)

ActBlue is holding a poll to choose state races to which they will contribute. We think you should know.

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Campaign News: : Express-Times: Lawsuit Could Trouble Garrett
Posted by webmaster on 2005/9/22 23:29:31 (5180 reads)

FEC probes group that worked for him.
Thursday, September 22, 2005
The Express-Times

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- When Scott Garrett, a New Jersey state representative, ran in Republican primaries against then-U.S. Rep. Marge Roukema in 2000, Garrett was backed by the Club for Growth, a highly aggressive political group run by supply-side enthusiasts in Washington, D.C.

When Roukema retired in 2002, Garrett ran in a five-way Republican primary. The Club for Growth endorsed Garrett's candidacy, and helped the anti-abortion, gun-rights conservative win the GOP nomination in a heavily Republican district. Garrett cruised to victory in the general election.

Now the Club for Growth faces a major lawsuit from the Federal Election Commission. The bipartisan panel contends that the club's activities in each of the past three election cycles -- a time frame that would include three of Garrett's campaigns for the U.S. House -- have been illegal violations of federal campaign law.

Garrett, interviewed Wednesday, played down his ties to the Club for Growth, which is headed by former U.S. Rep. Pat Toomey, R-Lehigh Valley.

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Wolfepack News: : Wolfepack News-Sep 5, 2005
Posted by webmaster on 2005/9/22 23:18:27 (5199 reads)
Wolfepack News:

Welcome to the first edition of the WolfePack News! This newsletter will keep you updated on Anne's activities and key issues, as expressed to Anne by Fifth District voters. In this edition, Anne speaks about her trip to Israel, the war in Iraq and fiscal responsibility.

Since the beginning of 2005, Anne has crisscrossed the Fifth District listening to constituents' concerns. She has attended meetings, Democratic Party functions, county fairs, church picnics, vigils for peace and many other events. Anne has spoken with residents of all four counties. The response has been strong and clear that the voters want Anne Wolfe to run for Congress again in 2006! We have raised more than $60,000 and the numbers are increasing every day. In 2004, we garnered more than 45% of the vote in Bergen County and, with 120,000 votes across the district, Anne achieved the unthinkable: She had a vote total that exceeded any other Democratic nominee in the Fifth District in over 25 years! EMILY's List took notice, and Anne was honored to accept an invitation to be one of 14 candidates from across the country to attend an exclusive three-day seminar for 2006 candidates.

With your help we can and we will defeat Scott Garrett in 2006! We must work toward that goal beginning today with a team dedicated to improving the quality of life for every citizen and their families by coming together, united behind a strong and dedicated Democratic message of hope, investment, growth and prosperity.

We begin by making sure that Jon Corzine and the entire 2005 Democratic ticket is elected on November 8. Democrats are on the move in New Jersey and we are dedicated to making our great State the best that it can be. We will leave no voter behind.

UJA Mission to Israel

I was honored to accept an invitation to join the Northern New Jersey chapter of the United Jewish Appeal on its 2005 Mission to Israel in late March. The group of 70 people inspected some of the projects that this chapter has invested in with both funding and dedicated effort. We visited a range of projects, including a girl's high school that has a new e-mail exchange program with a similar school in Bergen County. They are learning English literature together over the Internet and exchange in both Hebrew and English. We visited a hospital that has built a "city" in the basement, making it ready for any emergency. Israel is experiencing a migration of Ethiopian Jews into the country and has worked very hard to establish special schools, training facilities and services to help them assimilate into Jewish culture in Israel. Many of these facilities are co-funded by the UJA and the State of Israel.

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Press Release: : Congressional Candidate Anne Wolfe (NJ-05) leads Democratic Candidate Delegation
Posted by webmaster on 2005/9/20 23:30:00 (4822 reads)

Democratic Commitment Conference
Political Action Committee


September 20, 2005

Congressional Candidate Anne Wolfe (NJ-05) leads Democratic Candidate Delegation in meetings with the DCCC and Washington PACs.

Democratic congressional candidates from across the country joined together to lead three days of Washington meetings on September 13,14 and 15, 2005. The meetings culminated with a meeting with DCCC leadership on Sept. 15. The candidate delegation consisted of 11 candidates from 8 states, representing 35 candidates in 20 states. The meetings were an unprecedented coming together of Democratic challengers with the Democratic Party leadership in Washington.

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Campaign Appearances: : DCCC Press Release-Sept 20, 2005
Posted by webmaster on 2005/9/20 20:50:00 (4514 reads)

Democratic Commitment Conference
Political Action Committee

September 20, 2005

Congressional Candidate Anne Wolfe (NJ-05) leads Democratic Candidate
Delegation in meetings with the DCCC and Washington PACs.