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Monday, October 5, 2009

Reminder: Unity League monthly mixer today, Oct 5

I told you about it last week, so here's your reminder:

The Napa Valley Unity League's monthly mixer is today, Monday, October 5 from 6 to 8pm at the River Pointe club house.

1 comment:

  1. I am on an email list, I belive information would be better shared here...can you post it?

    "In three weeks, Washington State will vote on whether or not to keep their domestic partnership law. Social conservatives opposed to domestic partnerships for same-sex couples filed Referendum 71 to try to repeal the law that recognizes domestic partnerships. The referendum was certified on Sept. 2, and ballots will be sent to voters by Oct. 16.

    Although voters in Washington have a history of supporting equality, this is an off-year election with more conservative, older voters. Recent polling shows that if the election were held today, only 51% of the likely voters in November would vote to approve the law. Most people don’t even know yet that Washington’s domestic partnership rights are threatened with repeal. They also don’t know they will need to vote ‘approve’ to keep domestic partnerships legal.

    There are only a few weeks to reach more than a million voters to ask them to vote to approve Referendum 71, in this low-turnout election.

    Please help keep domestic partner rights in Washington by making a contribution now!

    As the married mothers of two teenage girls living here in California, we know how important it is to have the essential protections that are only available to LGBT families in Washington through domestic partnerships. If the law is rejected, important legal protections will be stripped away, which will cause irreparable harm to thousands of families, particularly in times of crisis.

    Join us by making a donation today to approve Referendum 71 and preserve Washington’s Domestic Partnership Law.

    Time is ticking – ballots will be mailed next week. Please help make sure the campaign to Approve Referendum 71 has the resources they need to protect domestic partnerships!

    With so much momentum on our side, we can’t turn back the clock.


    Kathy Levinson & Naomi Fine

    P.S. To learn more about Referendum 71, please go to

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