THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, May 8, 1976
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 8, 1976
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V.P. candidate seeks support for
recognition of Prohibition slate
LANSING (UPI)-Earl Dodge, "MOST PEOPLE don't know Altogether, Dodge hopes to
vice presidential nominee for the Prohibition Party is anything qualify in 15 states.
the Prohibition Party, isn't plan- but a bunch of anti-liquor kooks "THERE'S NO way we can
ning on winning any elections. and modern - day Carrie Na-
But he does want people to know tions," he said. qualify for Michigan's ballot,"
Ihe's there.Thpltomhoerdes' he said.
"While the major parties fight meanaatfo m,f owever 'an't e Dodge said major planks of
for votes, Dodge is fighting most on the ballot, and Dodge, a for- the Prohibition platform are re-
of the time and would consider mer Michigan resident now liv- ligious freedom, separation of
it a major victory if he is car- ing in Colorado, returned to the church and state, enactment of
ried on the ballot. Meanwhile, he state to ensure that election of- right-to-work laws and freedom
expounds the party's conserva- ficials don't forget him again. for the individual from big gov-
tive and wide-ranging platform ernment, big business and big
whenever he gets the chance. The party, Dodge said, filed a labor.
full slate in Michigan's 1972
"THERE IS no equity of treat- presidential primary, then was "We think the power of the
ment for political minorities," informed after the election it president is much too great and
he said yesterday at a news didn't get a single vote. Dodge favor restrictions onithe Su-
conference. "There is a definite said he found out later that a preme Court because ithas al
effort to keep us off the ballot state election official had "lost" most b ec o m e a legislative
by fair means or foul." the entire slate. body," he said.
Larger parties, he said, don't
like even the possibility of los- THIS YEAR, he delivered the Ar s
ing a few votes to their smaller write-in slate personally and got A mdrle t il
rals a receipt. "This time, I'll have
The Prohibition Party, he said, the receipt and make it a little ute a~rdb t dn-htfrhmi elssi. K d f rD m
isfrther hampredb its iden hot for im ifhe loses it" 0 tte K'd for vemn.
ification in the public mind with It may be the last time Mich-
a single issue. igan voters will have the oppor- C
tunity to select a Prohibition
Party candidate. The state's NEW YORK (P) - Governors
PARTICIPATE new requirements for the No- may come to the Democratic
vember election ballot are too National Convention with one
IN RESEARCH tough. gun-carrying guard each, the
r anzmng committee ruled yes-
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