by Lee Siu Hin
Thursday, Nov. 10, 2005 at 5:22 AM firstname.lastname@example.org (213)403-0131 Los Angeles, CA USA
This is the beautiful day for the California ! We won every CA propositions pushed by CA Gov. Schwarzenegger and his corporate allies/anti-abortion forces, the CA voters overwhelmingly rejected Prop. 73, 74, 75, 76, 77 and 78!
This is the
beautiful day for the
! We won every CA propositions pushed by CA Gov. Schwarzenegger and his
corporate allies/anti-abortion forces, the CA voters overwhelmingly rejected
Prop. 73, 74, 75, 76, 77 and 78 (although we lost 79 and 80 since hardly any
money was spent on them).
Thank you everyone
who had been helping the election and voting to defeat the Schwarzenegger and
his corporate anti-union, anti-abortion & anti-democratic agendas!
(top left) Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (top
right) Martin Ludlow, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, L.A. County
Federation of Labor and UNITE HERE! Local 11
President Maria Elena Durazo
(bottom left) Ana Castro, a janitor and SEIU 1877
right) Lee Siu Hin, APALA-Los Angeles Chapter with another union
Nov 8 Evening Victory party at
the L.A. downtown Millenium Hotel (photo: Lee Siu Hin)
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