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The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 6, 2000 - 7A

N.. Senatecandidates focus on raising turnout

YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) - Wrapping up to Buffalo. "This is Sister Hillary's ... season."
the grueling final weekend of their Senate "It's the ninth inning, it's a tie game," he "Brother Bill had his season," Betts
campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke said at a Polish breakfast in Yonkers. "I said. "And his season is almost ending.
at seven black churches yesterday while feel very good about the momentum we But God is raising up another woman of
Rep. Rick Lazio sought to rally supporters have. ... I know we are going to win this God, in the Clinton family."
'traditionally Republican upstate Ness race." Lazio was boosted by support from fel-
rk. Two new polls showed Clinton with a low Republicans Gov. George Pataki and
Both had one goal in mind, and it was lead over the Long Island congressman, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.
emblazoned on the cardboard fans distrib- but both leads were within the polls' mar- Giuliani, who dropped his own Senate
uted at the Bronx Christian Fellowship gins of error. bid earlier this year because of prostate
Church, where Clinton began her day: "All A New York Daily News/WCBS survey cancer, told CNN's "Late Edition": "I
SQuls to the Polls." showed Clinton ahead 47 percent to 40 think he's going to win that election and
With polls showing the race so close it percent, with a 3.5 percentage point mar- surprise everyone."
0uld go either way, getting supporters to gin of error. A New York Post/Fox 5 News Attacks and counterattacks continued in
he polls is crucial for both candidates, poll had Clinton up 49 percent to 45 per- the campaign to replace retiring Sen.
and Lazio and Clinton focused on their cent, with a 4 percentage point margin of Daniel Patrick Moynihan that has grown
nost loyal supporters yesterday. error. increasingly bitter in its final days.
"This is the most basic right we possess Clinton appeared confident yesterday as Lazio's wife Pat defended him against a
American citizens ... a right people lit- she spoke at the churches, mentioning Clinton television ad in which a breast
orally died for," Clinton told a cheering Harriet Tubman, Nelson Mandela's elec- cancer survivor said he had tried to "gut"
crowd at a Morning Star Missionary Bap- tion as president of South Africa, and the funding for cancer research.
1st Church in Queens. 1960s struggle to ensure voting rights for "It's a complete distortion and unfair,"
"There are two places where we are black Southerners. Pat Lazio said.
otally equal no matter who we are or On Saturday, President Clinton had Lazio's campaign also released a state-
shere we're from: in the sight of God and campaigned before largely black audience- ment from former first lady Betty Ford, a
it the ballot box," she said, saround the city. breast cancer survivor, in which Ford said
Lazio pounded the same message, hold- At the church in Queens, Rev. Charles L azio will "do anything he can to help Democratic Senate
ng get-out-the-vote rallies from Yonkers Betts told Morning Star parishioners: eradicate this disease once and for all" at the Bronx Christ
Group promotes medical use of marijuana
:.. >EA 1sAlA the crowd felt thea ma

AP PHOTO
candidate and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton gestures as she greets parishoners
ian Fellowship Church in New York yesterday.

Continued from Page 1A
don't take it I'm paralyzed," she said.
"It makes me able to move and cat c
Goodman said those who suffer
froit multiple sclerosis, glaucoma,
AIDS and other diseases use mari-
juana to help ease the torment of
their illness.
Smoking marijuana also prevents
seizures in MS patients and with glau-
coma it eases pressure around the
eyes, he said.
Because smoking marijuana also
stimulates hunger, Goodman said,
those who otherwise would be
unable to eat are able to develop an
appetite.
Although the rally was in support
of legalizing marijuana for medical
purposes, many of the supporters in

be legalized for all purposes.
""The laws are wrong and they need
to be changed," Abel said. "I'm really
disappointed. I've been smoking mari-
juana all through high school and all
throughs college ... this is supposed to
be a free country andit isn't," Abel
said.
LSA freshman Dan Sheill said he
views marijuana restrictions as another
way for the government to control the
people.
"I see no reason why the govern-
ment has the right to control and tell
people you can't smoke marijuana," he
said.
LSA sophomore Jay Park said he
was on his way to study and decided to
listen to the speakers.
"I just don't get the point of legaliz-
ing marijuana," Park said. "It's a drug."

VOTE
Continued from PageIA
to break the cycle of neglect of this
country," he said.
Vo itc Your Vote team ladcer
M ike Pearson, an EIngiineeiisng
sophomore, said he plans to vote
for Republican candidate George
W. Bush but decided to Join the
turnout effort risher ithan the parti-
san effort.
"I also felt and do feel that if this
organization is going to be nonpar-
tisan, it's important to have people

fromin tll sides tif the ptoliticasl spec-
tisis1. Vicse YOtU Vote's remsaitnn
Ionpar tisais crucialtsoItst L tiC-
cess," Pearson said. "We' ve workei
ery hsard to do that, and I thinik
we've done a good job."
Volunteers said they are mostly
conscerned with the percepition that
young people are apathetic to;t e
political process.
"People our age are informed and
knowi wat's going on, so they teed
to demonstrate that," said Voice
Yotr Vote volunteer Shia Toliils,
an ILSA sophomore.

DANNY MOLOSHOK/Dafiy
Ok Francisco, left, shows 'peace' while sharing his joint with Ernie Siebert
ig a rally to legalize medical marijuana n the Diag Friday afternoon.

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