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March 23rd 2012 • 3:47PM

Diane Sare addresses a democratic club in NJ which expresses a pattern the LaRouche Slate of candidates is picking up across the country: support for Obama is collapsing and people want to hear the truth.

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March 22nd 2012 • 12:40PM

Lyndon LaRouche and members of the LaRouche Federal slate Diane Sare and Kesha Rogers, both candidates for federal office, engage in a strategic dialogue with two additional candidates for United States Congress, Jim Pirtle (CO-5) and Art Dunn (CA-17).

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March 17th 2012 • 2:00PM

LPAC Endorsed US Congressional candidate Bill Roberts (MI) reports from tornado ravaged Dexter, MI. These are the situations when Americans must seriously ask: are we prepared? If you are in the Michigan vicinity, visit Bill Roberts' website for details on the upcoming March 31st simulcast event.

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March 23rd 2012 • 3:42PM

Tune in on Saturday, March 31st at 2pm EST for a LIVE simulcast event featuring an address from Lyndon LaRouche and candidates Rachel Brown (MA) & Bill Roberts (MI).

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March 20th 2012 • 4:01PM

In this latest discussion between Lyndon LaRouche and the slate of LPAC endorsed congressional candidates, Mr. LaRouche reiterates this fighting spirit that we must embody to deal with the existential crises facing mankind immediately. For more on the campaigns, see LaRouchePAC.com/campaigns.

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March 13th 2012 • 2:20PM

As was stated in this latest discussion between Lyndon LaRouche and the slate of LPAC endorsed congressional candidates: "No one else is running for president, Obama is horrible, the Republicans are horrible: Why vote for defeat?" For more on the campaigns, see LaRouchePAC.com/campaigns.

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Kesha Rogers: The Mission Before Us
November 3rd 2010 • 6:23PM

Kesha Rogers, former congressional candidate for Texas' 22nd District, gives us our political marching orders, as she continues the fight to remove Obama, re-implement Glass-Steagall, and pioneer man's extraterrestrial imperative.

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