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Boman (Libertarian) and Circuit Court
candidates Judge Leo Bowman, Daniel
Christ, Karen McDonald, Judge Phyllis
McMillen, Judge Denise Langford
Morris, Judge Wendy Potts and Judge
Michael Warren.
Attorney Leigh Moss, chair of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek's Jewish
Family Education Committee, received
a Berman Jewish Family Education
grant through the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit's Jewish
Experiences for Families (J.E.F.F.) on
behalf of CSZ.
The event is sponsored by CSZ's
family education committee, Adat
Shalom Synagogue, Federation's
Alliance for Jewish Education, J.E.EF,
BBYO Michigan Region and ATID
Hebrew High School.
Rock the Vote: Candidate Forum
will be from 6:30-8 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 22, at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills. The event is free and
open to the public. For more infor-
mation, contact CSZ Jewish Family
Educator Alexis Zimberg at (248) 357-
5544 or AZimberg@ShaareyZedek.
org.

Incumbent angered at Yom Kippur calls.

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racy in action — and you can learn
something, too — at Rock the Vote:
Candidate Forum on Monday, Oct. 22.
At this event, adults with and without
teens, and teens with and without adults
have the chance to meet, talk with and
ask questions of senatorial contenders
and judicial candidates about voting and
the democratic process.
Learn about the history of the
Jewish vote, ask a senatorial candidate
about the issues important to you or
simply ask why and how they became
involved in politics, and also meet
your current and future judges before
you go to the polls.
The collaborative event, geared
toward grades 8-12 and their families,
will be a roundtable discussion with
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tate Rep. Vicki Barnett,
D-Farmington Hills, was dis-
gusted by a negative robocall
she received while preparing a Yom
Kippur break-the-fast meal for her
family that questioned her own patrio-
tism for veterans.
"The ethics of
sending out robo-
calls that don't rely
on the truthful
discussion of the
issues, and then to
be so insensitive to
basically call Jewish
homes
on the Day of
State Rep.
Atonement,
one of
Vicki Barnett
our holiest days, just
shows a lack of concern on the part of
whoever was doing them," she said.
Barnett, running for her third and
final two-year term as representative
in the 37th District of Farmington and
Farmington Hills, said the first nega-
tive robocalls began in mid-September
and made false allegations that she
was against children saying the Pledge
of Allegiance in school. She found the

second set of robocalls questioning
her support for veterans particularly
upsetting.
"I've gone out of my way to support
not only the veterans who are returning
from overseas right no but our veter-
ans who have served in wars over the
years:' she said. "... earlier this year, I
introduced HR 292, which declared the
week of June 25-29 'Service Disabled
Veterans Business Awareness Week:"
She said she wants Michigan to "...
live up to their promise of setting aside
5 percent of Michigan state contracts
to veteran-owned businesses. Those
businesses will employ veterans; we're
only at 1 percent now."
Barnett said the campaign of her
challenger Bruce Lilley claimed they
did not know who was responsible for
the robocalls.
"If someone was doing something
wrong on my behalf that I didn't like,
I would call the Democratic Party and
tell them to track down the group
responsible and make them stop," she
said.
Lilley replied, "I am pleased to see
Ms. Barnett agrees with me that my
campaign has had nothing to do with
nor any knowledge of these calls." Li

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