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August 15, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Peace and Freedom Party, after a raucous debate that caused about a third of the voting delegates to walk out of its convention, on Sunday nominated Philadelphia socialist Herb Lewin for President. Lewin, 73, is a veteran labor union organizer who also is affiliated with the Internationalist Workers Party, a San Francisco-based Trotskyite group. For vice president the delegates nominated Emma Mar, who identifies herself as an independent socialist.
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August 16, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
Two warring Peace and Freedom Party factions Monday claimed their own spots on California's November ballot, but a third faction said that no one was legally nominated at the party's Oakland convention last weekend. Herb Lewin, 73, of Philadelphia was elected at the convention, but Lenora B. Fulani, 38, of New York claims his delegates are legally unqualified. She says she was nominated in a "parallel convention" in an Oakland motel.
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August 16, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
Two warring Peace and Freedom Party factions Monday claimed their own spots on California's November ballot, but a third faction said that no one was legally nominated at the party's Oakland convention last weekend. Herb Lewin, 73, of Philadelphia was elected at the convention, but Lenora B. Fulani, 38, of New York claims his delegates are legally unqualified. She says she was nominated in a "parallel convention" in an Oakland motel.
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August 15, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Peace and Freedom Party, after a raucous debate that caused about a third of the voting delegates to walk out of its convention, on Sunday nominated Philadelphia socialist Herb Lewin for President. Lewin, 73, is a veteran labor union organizer who also is affiliated with the Internationalist Workers Party, a San Francisco-based Trotskyite group. For vice president the delegates nominated Emma Mar, who identifies herself as an independent socialist.
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August 25, 1988 | Mark Stein \f7
Unless the splintered Peace and Freedom Party holds a second, legally constituted convention before Sept. 5--a task a party leader said is impossible--it will not have a presidential candidate on the California ballot, the secretary of state said Wednesday.
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June 4, 1988 | PATT MORRISON, Times Staff Writer
The message left on Willa Kenoyer's answering machine in her half-finished cabin in Michigan's Manistee Forest said in respectful tones: "Madame President, somebody taped the sewer meeting and you can pick up the tape any time you want to." Jim Griffin was trucking freight through Barstow recently when someone asked for his autograph and, when he signed a picture for her, "she was tickled as a bird in a bush."
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