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DVD House Parties

On Tuesday evening, May 8, a lot of folks all across Kentucky will be getting ready to watch a movie called "Democrat for Change."  They'll be attending DVD House Parties for the Lunsford-Stumbo Campaign for Change.

From the Democratic headquarters in Marshall County to the most popular nightspot in Henderson, from a home in West Louisville to a CPA office in Morganfield, the statewide DVD House Parties will focus attention on the upcoming election, which will be just two weeks away.

In yet another way that the Campaign for Change is reaching out to voters, supporters across Kentucky are organizing parties in their homes, businesses and offices to watch the 15-minute “Democrat for Change” DVD.

As the campaign heads into its home stretch, Bruce and Greg are seeing their hard work on the campaign trail pay off. People are responding to their Blueprint for Change, asking questions at the Bluegrass Barbecues, where the candidates have been talking with voters throughout the campaign.

Each of the participating hosts of DVD House Parties are inviting their friends over to watch the DVD, which presents Bruce Lunsford’s compelling life story and his plan to lead Kentucky to a brighter future. Appearances by Bruce’s friends and associates, including University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino, jockey legend Pat Day and others make for an entertaining video presentation.

Each party will begin watching the DVD at 7:30, and will join Bruce on a conference call at about 8:00 p.m. eastern time. Bruce will talk about the DVD and take questions from people attending the parties.

Parties are already set up throughout the Commonwealth, and it's not too late to get involved.

If you want to attend a house party in your area, RSVP to , and we'll direct you to a party in your area. If you want to host a party, send an e-mail to , or call the campaign headquarters at 502-454-5553.
Here's a partial list of parties:
Location Host Address Venue
Benton Kennita Roy 708 Main St. Marshall Co. Dem. HQ
Dixon Judge-Exec. Jim Townsend, Emery Warren, T.J. Fridy 535 US 41A O.T.'s Restaurant
Henderson Fred Thomas 117 S. 2nd St. Rookies
Louisville    Drs. Frederick K. & Mary A. Hilton, Victoria Strange 1400 Willow 1400 Willow
Louisville Harry Johnson 3209 DuValle Dr. Home
Louisville Jeanine Redding 1898 Tyler Ln. Home
Lexington    Justin Thompson 905 McClain Drive Home
Mayfield Fred Nesler 211 E. Broadway Mayfield City Hall
Morganfield Martin McElroy & Gary Stenger 101 E. Main St. McElroy CPA Firm
Paducah Linda Carroll 3810 Halehaven Carroll Home
Smithland Kathleen Sullivan Cockrel 1877 Lola Rd Cockrel Home
Vanceburg Thomas G. Evans 214 Main St. Home

Posted by: on 05/04/2007 at 3:00 p.m.

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