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"Let the People Vote" Rally set for Tuesday

Rally Day at the Alabama State House set for Tuesday.  See the press release from Country Crossing below:

COUNTRY CROSSING AND BINGO SUPPORTERS TO RALLY AT STATEHOUSETO LET THE PEOPLE VOTE

DOTHAN, Ala. – Country Crossing and bingo supporters including country music stars Tracy Lawrence, John Anderson and Darryl Worley and mega-producer James Stroud will hold a rally at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23 on the Statehouse steps in Montgomery to show support of electronic bingo legislation.

 The entertainers will be joined by hundreds of out-of-work employees from Country Crossing and VictoryLand, Greenetrack employees and concerned Alabama citizens speaking out for the right to vote on the issue.

 WHO: Electronic bingo advocates (featuring Tracy Lawrence, John Anderson, Darryl Worley      and James Stroud)

 WHAT: Rally to let the people vote on the bingo issue in the state

 WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010, 2 p.m.

 WHERE: Statehouse steps
                 11 S. Union St.
                 Montgomery AL

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