Tim Eyman e-newsletter, October 4, 2009

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October 4, 2009


I will be speaking at the Evergreen Leadership Conference about initiative activism and of course Initiative 1033. It is this Saturday, October 10, and it would be great to see you there. We are lucky to have an opportunity for some conservative networking, workshops, and training in the heart of the Puget Sound sponsored by a phenomenal group of activists at the Evergreen Freedom Foundation. Go to the link if you are interested in attending.

Saturday, October 10 Westin Bellevue, 600 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue

Here's a link to see all the speakers:

Hope to see you there.

Sunday, October 4th, 2009

To: Our thousands of supporters throughout the state (cc'd to the media, house & senate members, and Governor)

From: Tim Eyman, Jack Fagan, Mike Fagan, co-sponsors of the Lower Property Taxes Initiative I-1033,

RE: Seattle Times gives the devil (Eyman) his due

From now until election day, I'll be a 'blogger' at Sound Politics so make sure to check in periodically. Great way to stay informed and have your voice heard by adding your comments for the world to read. Seattle Times columnist Danny Westneat's Sunday column provides a great excuse to post my first blog ever (make sure to read his column - really interesting):

His column's finale: Everyone's against Eyman, as usual. But it sure seems like his spirit is dominating the debate.

(Note: The remainder of this edition of the Eyman e-newsletter is a fundraising solicitation, and is not included here.)