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New Dignity Party and the 2009 Campaign for Mayor of Minneapolis

by Bill McGaughey

Chapter One                                 Why I ran for Mayor           (1809 words)

Chapter Two                                 Candidate forums sponsored by M. P. R. A. C.                (2270 words)        

Chapter Three                             A publicity event at the site of Uncle Bill’s Food Market           (1357 words)

Chapter Four                                Starting a new political party and filing for office           (1235 words)

Chapter Five                                Financial-disclosure headaches           (1475 words)

Chapter Six                                   The website          (1962 words)

Chapter Seven                            The “little literature” campaign          (808 words)

Chapter Eight                              The lawn sign campaign          (2807 words)

Chapter Nine                                Campaigning in the Minneapolis e-democracy forum          (8470 words)

Chapter Ten                                  How the campaign was reported          (4463 words)

Chapter Eleven                           The racial aspect          (5286 words)

Chapter Twelve                          Literature drops and other attempts at outreach          (2674 words)

Chapter Thirteen                       My fellow candidates enter the picture          (7119 words)

Chapter Fourteen                      Election day          (2862 words)

Chapter Fifteen                           Post-mortem          (1934 words)

Chapter Sixteen                          The future of New Dignity Party          (1020 words)

 

(47, 552 words in total)

 

view of the election four years later

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