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WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP JULIAN BOND BECOME AMERICA'S NEXT PRESIDENT

1. Talk to or write to your friends and acquaintances on Julian Bond's behalf. Be enthusiastic!

2. Write letters to newspaper editors on behalf of Julian Bond.

3. Speak to your civic, professional, and fraternal groups about Julian Bond's campaign and seek speaking engagements for Julian Bond.

4. Write letters to state organizations to which you belong. If they endorse a presidential candidate, seek their support for Julian Bond.

5. Register and remind other supporters to do the same.

6. Encourage all family members to support Julian Bond in the groups to which they belong.

7. Organize campus volunteers among college and high school students.

8. Contact state parties to determine how they select delegates.

9. Always have Julian Bond's campaign literature with you to distribute. Remember everyone is a potential supporter. Don't overlook waiters, service station attendants, or anyone you meet during your daily activities.

10. Talk with Senior Citizens, seek their support for Julian Bond. It may be that they can organize small telephone support centers for Julian Bond.

11. Place Julian Bond's support stickers on your cars, windows and doors of your homes, and where potential supporters exist.

12. Funds are always needed in a political campaign. Some candidates are millionaires, Julian Bond is not. He needs money to win. If your friends have no time to volunteer, ask them for a financial contribution. Perhaps they can contribute one or the other . . . .Ask them!!!

REMEMBER, JULIAN BOND CAN BE AMERICA'S NEXT PRESIDENT IF WE ALL WORK HARD!

Photos by BOYD LEWIS

For further information, contact:

JULIAN BOND CAMPAIGN
361 WEST VIEW DRIVE, S.W.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30310
404 - 758-9101

Please circulate or post on your bulletin board.
Labor donated.

A copy of our report is filed with the Federal Election Commission and is available for purchase from the Federal Election Commission, Washington, D.C.

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