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The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 16, 1984 - Page 5

Ward 5
Pcts 3, 4

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Ward S
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Doly Groohic by CRAIG WINKELMAN

Joan Mondale
makes Union
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Tomorrow's presidential preference fill out a certificate listing your nz
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Democratic Party instead of by the
state, so polling places will be different
from those used in previous elections.
T., find out where to vote, determine
your voting precinct by referring to the
reap above, checking your voter
re istration card, or calling the city
k at 994-2725. Then refer to the list
below to find your polling place.
Anyone who is registered to vote or
who will be 18 years old and registered
by!:the November election may vote
tomorrow. To participate, you must go
the polling place for your precinct and

must also sign a statement confirming
that you are a Democrat.
The results will be tabulated Satur-
day night and will determine the
proportion of Michigan delegates who
will be pledged to each candidate at the
national convention. The actual
delegates will be picked in local con-
ventions to be held April 14. Further in-
formation can be obtained from the
county's Democratic Party headquar-
ters at 665-6529.
- Neil Chase

Polling places
Ward I, Pcts 1,2, 3 ...................Campus Inn, East Huron & State St.
Ward I, Pets 4,11...............Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main St.
,Ward I, Pets 5,6,7,8,10.......... Northside Community Center, 815 Taylor St.
-Ward I, Pct 9 ..........Parkway Meadow Com'ty Ctr. 2575 Sandalwood Cir.:
-Ward 2, Pets 1, 2, 3, 4, 5......................Angell School,16085.:University
Ward 2, Pets 6, 10........................Huron Towers, 2200 Fuller Rd.
Ward 2, Pets 7, 8, 9..... ........ Green Glacier Comm. Ctr. 1001 Green Rd.
Ward 2,Pets11,12....,.............Plymouth Office Bldg., 2929 Plymouth Rd.
Ward 3, Pets 1, 2, 3, 4 ..............Burns Pk. Senior Citizens Ctr., 1320 Baldwin
Zard3, Pets5,6,7..................Lamp Post Motel, 2424 E. Stadium Blvd.
Ward 3, Pets, 8, 9, 10............Colonial Sq. Com'ty Ctr., 3012 Williamsburg
'Ward 3, Pets 11, 12............ Forest Hills Com'ty Ctr., 2351 Shadowwood
Ward 4, Pets 1, 2, 3, 8, 9...............South Main Market, 111 E. Mosley St.
Ward 4, Pets 4, 5, 6,7..........................Clonlara School, 1289 Jewett St.
Ward 4, Pets 10, 11, 12............Pioneer High School, 601 W. Stadium Blvd.
Ward5, Pcts 1,.2............... ..Surovell Real Estate, 226W. Liberty
Ward 5, Pcts 3, 4, 12..............'............,Miller Manor, 727 Miller Ave.
Ward 5, Pets 5, 6, 8, 9 .. Knights of Columbus Hall, 1915 Jackson Rd.
Ward 5, Pets 7, 10,11, 13.........Branch Pub. Library, Westgate Shopping Ctr.
orkers ra for Mondale

By JACKIE YOUNG
The support of special interest groups
shouldn't present an obstacle to Walter
Mondale's Democratic presidential
nomination, Joan Mondale said yester-
day. Gaining the trust of these
traditionally Democratic voting groups
is key to'winning the nomination, the.
candidate's wife said.
"Endorsements mean so much,"
Mondale told about 30 people shoved into
the tower room of the Michigan Union
yesterday. Others stood in the hallway
and on the narrow staircase hoping to
get a peek at her. She was campaigning
for her husband in Ann Arbor.
"THE SUPPORT HE has comes from
many groups in the Democratic Par-
ty," she added. "Your governor
(James Blanchard), Detroit's mayor
(Coleman Young), social workers, the
National Organization for Women, an-
the education associations have all
endorsed Fritz."
Walter Mondale has been criticized
by opponents especially for wooing the
big labor vote.
Mondale said that each of the
couple's three children - Ted, 26,
Eleanor, 24, and William, 22, - are also.
campaigning for their father. Though
this has the family scattered all over
the country from Michigan to Puerto
Rico, Mondale says it actually builds
family unity.
"We're a campaign family
and a stronger family
because we all have the same
goal - to nominate Walter Mondale
for president," Mondale said.
While she avoided direct attacks on
other Democratic candidates, Mondale
spoke out strongly against Reagan ad-
ministration policies.
"We're not talking to the Russians on
any level...The state department won't
even let the Bolshoi Ballet into this
country," Mondale said, adding that
her husband would support a mutual
and verifiable nuclear freeze, among
other things, tmake this a safer world.
POINTING TO Reagan's cuts to the
Guaranteed Student Loan program,
Mondale asked "How can anyone who
goes to college afford to vote for
Reagan unless they are rich?"
When asked if her husband would
support a woman as a vice presidential
running mate if nominated, Mondale
said that it was still too early to make
such a decision.

He is seeking delegates now and not
thinking about vice presidential run-
ning mates, she said. In the future he
will be thinking seriously about "who
could strengthen the ticket."
Carter chose Mondale in 1976 because
they complemented each other - Mon-
dale was a progressive, experienced
Minnesota politican while Carter was a
Southern outsider. "He will not limit his
choice to a white male," Mondale said.
Mondale also said she thinks her
husband can counter Reagan's
"inequality of sacrifice" which hurts
women, children, and the elderly - the
"weak, the vulnerable, and the silent."
If her husband makes it to the White
House, Mondale saie that she, like other
Democratic first ladies, will work for
"causes" - but "Not for clothes, not on
interior decorating, not on replacing
the china.
"Rosalynn Carter had a brain...She
increased funding for the mentally ill
and was an excellent spokeswoman for
the country," Mondale said. I would
like to be an activist first lady focusing
attention on the importance of the arts.
I think it is important to support the ar-
ts.'
Mondale said her husband has a con-
sistent Democratic record and is
cautious yet pragmatic which she hopes
Michigan voters will remember during
tomorrow's caucuses.

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(Continued from Page 1)
"Happy Days Are Here Again," the
party's theme song. After shaking the
hands of supporters who had waited up
to two hours to see him, Mondale took
the podium and began to attack Hart.
"My opponent says there's a dif-
ference between new ideas and old
ideas, and I've been waiting to see what
those new 'ideas are. I waited, and I
waited, and I waited, and finally I'said,
Where's the beef? Where's the beef?'
"COMPARE our records. I have a
solid, consistent, experienced com-
mitment to arms control. I've dealt
with the Soviets. I've worked with our
allies and the Congress," Mondale said.
"My opponent, without experience,
has proposed seven distinctly incon-
sistent positions on this great issue -
the greatest issue - over the last 18
.months. Trying to follow my opponent
on arms control is like trying to follow a
blackbird on a dark night. Don't take a
chance. Pick a president who knows
what he's doing and will reduce the risk
of nuclear war."
The former vice president also at-
tacked Hart's proposal for, a $10 per
barrel oil tax. "Each Michigan family
would have to pay $600 and the nation's
inflation rate would jump by 1 percent
as a result," Mondale said. "It is
estimated that 500,000 jobs would be
lost as a result of this bad idea."
.Mondale was once expected to win
the Michigan caucus by a landslide, but
Hart supporters now say that their can-
didate can get the required number of
votes in each county that will give him
some of the state's 155 delegates to the
;party's national convention in July.
Rev. Jesse Jackson will make a cam-
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Hart appeared Wednesday in Detroit,
and both he and Mondale are expected
to return to Michigan Saturday for last-
minute campaigning.

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