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Wednesday, August 23, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HRP split
over state
rrep rae
(Continued from Page 3)
Burghardt or Bob Alexander.
Alexander, who has served this
summer as party co-ordinator is
given little chance of winning.
His major drawbacks are his
position on the moderate wing of
the party, and his lack of as-
sociation with the party's ideol-
ogical leaders.
Chester and Burghardt then,
are the two most likely candi-
dates.
In terms of political outlook
they are virtually identical.
Both espouse a radical demo-
cratic socialist point of view.
They also hold a similar con-
ception of the function of a radi-
cal legislator - to use the post as
a forum for presenting radical
perspectives to a state-wide aud-
ience.
Their differences are largely
stylistic.
Burghardt - soft-spoken and
articulate - is favored by some
because of his ability to "sell'
the party's radical politics to its
basically left-liberal constituency.
Chester, on the other hand, has
a record of radical activism
which dates back to the e a r l y
sixties. Generally accepted as
HRP's leading ideological theor-
ist he is favored by many who
see him as embodying the spirit
of the party's "clear-cut radical
alternative to liberal Democratic
politics."
At tomorrow's convention ses-
sion, candidates will be nomi-
nated for county offices. Nomin-
ations for multi-county offices
(including the 2nd Congressional
District) and any state-wide of-
fices will be taken up at the state
HRP convention in Lansing on
Saturday and Sunday Aug. 26-7.
Last weekend, the party dis-
cussed county and state represen-
tative races in open convention,
including discussions on which
offices to run for.
Those present recommended
the party run in the following
contests: 53rd District S t a t e
Representative, County Commis-

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istricts 3, 8, 9, 12-15, and District 9: Norm Wilson
sheriff. These recommen- District 12: Dave Cahill
will be voted upon at District 14: Susan Newell
w's session. District 15: Susan Winning.
dates who have expressed 2dCngssoaDsti:
est in an HRP nmn- 2nsd Congressional District:
nomna- Nancy Romer Burghardt
Rep.: Bob Alexander, These declarations are not
urghardt, Eric Chester. binding nor are nominations clos-
f: David Goldstein ed. Anyone desiring to run un-
der the HRP banner may declare
cutor: Tom Bentley today or tomorrow. The conven-
y Commissioners- tion will re-convene tomorrow
ct 3: George Judy evening at 7:00 p.m. at the HRP
ct 8: Jim Scherr offices, 304 S. Thayer.
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