TonightDavid A. Marshall will kick-off this re-electioncampaign for a third term on the City Council. Swing by 41 Pine Street to enjoy food and beverages, show your support, pick up a campaign sign and some literature to share with your neighbors. Please be prepared to donate (cash, check or credit card) at the party so we can purchase the signs, post cards, postage and other campaign materials needed to win. Donations between $5 and $750 will be very helpful.
"David Marshall is a creative thinker who knows there's more than one way to find a solution. He has the foresight and good sense totroubleshoot Portland's future challenges today. As his record shows, his commitment to job creation has put Portlanders to work, and his energy efficiency efforts have saved our dollarsfor a better use. David Marshall's dedicationas our city councilor is unparalleled and something we can all be proud of."
Moses Sabina - Small Business Owner andFounding President of the St. John-Valley Neighborhood Association
All of these accomplishments, and many more, were possible due to your support and belief that we can bring positive change by thinking globally and acting locally. Marshall has an opponent on the ballot - this race is competitive!
Marshallneeds your support to win re-election so he can continue to bring investment to our schools, improve transportation, and create housing.
If you cannot attend this event, please make a donation now through this secure PayPal site.
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Maine Irish Heritage Center, 34 Gray St, Portland, ME 04102
Come learn more about the ongoing project to return streetcars to Portland, Maine in a presentation by city councilor David Marshall. Come hungry because a delicious homemade meal of Peruvian food will be served by former Inca Roots chefs Maria, Crystal, and Heather Cron.
Entrance to the event is $20, which include both the presentation and meal. Side orders of food are available for those who are unable to attend the event. You do not want to miss the tastiest homemade food in town! Call Tom MacMillan at 272-5833 to place an order to take home.
Doors open at 5pm and dinner will be served at 5:30. The presentation will begin shortly after