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  • cpaidock
    There will be a Presidential Candidate Debate on Saturday, Nov. 1st, at 8:00 PM at the College of Complexes, a weekly free speech forum on social issues and
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      There will be a Presidential Candidate Debate on Saturday, Nov. 1st, at
      8:00 PM at the College of Complexes, a weekly free speech forum on
      social issues and current events. There will be a spokesperson for each
      of the campaigns. Everyone will be afforded 5 minutes at the podium to
      voice support for their candidate, and/or to denounce all the others.

      The College of Complexes
      The Playground for People Who Think, Since 1951
      ttp://www.collegeofcomplexes.org <http://www.collegeofcomplexes.org/>
      Format: Presentations, followed by Questions, then Audience
      Remarks/Rebuttals, 5 minutes each
      Concludes 11:00 PM

      Location: Lincoln Restaurant, 4008 N. Lincoln Ave (Irving Park and
      Damen, 4000 N and 2000 W, Free Parking)

      $3 Tuition, and food/drink purchase requested by restuarant

      Questions: Charles Paidock (312) 842-5036 cpaidock@...
      <mailto:cpaidock@...>

      All meetings open to the public.

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