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                     Upcoming Cable Television/Web Show: 

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               Guest For  TUESDAY OCTOBER 14, 2008

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                                      GUEST: 

                           TRUDY  L.  MASON

 

       

     NEw York State Democratic Committeewoman

                              TLMPR@AOL.COM

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The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLfyIyKC5zw - TRUDY  MASON

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More about: TRUDY MASON

From the latest Marymount Manhattan College brochure where Trudy Mason teaches:

An Insider's View of the Current Political Scene

The Upper East Side's Democratic State Committeewoman continues her popular course that takes the class behind-the-scenes of the current local and national political picture. Beginning with the aftermath of the Democratic and Republican nominating conventions--including what you didn't see on television or the Internet--it will then delve into the key issues of the campaign and the role of the media and new technologies on the political process.  There will also be continuing discussion of the interplay between our local NY politics & politicians and the national campaign--and how this all impacts you!  

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Trudy L. Mason, BA cum laude, Wheaton College (Norton, MA);  nationally known communications consultant, represents the 73rd AD on the NY Democratic State Committee;  former MTA Director Public Affairs  & Gov't./Community Relations;  NYS Press Secretary Mondale/Ferraro campaign, NYS Coordinator Carter/Mondale & Clinton/Gore campaigns;  Founding Member, Nat'l. Women's Political Caucus;  Exec. Council, Democratic Nat'l. Comm. Women's Leadership Forum;  NY Exec. Bd., Nat'l. Jewish Democratic Council;   profiled in Feminists Who Changed America 1963-1975. 

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"Trudy L. Mason is a State Committeewoman, indefatigable workhorse of the Manhattan Democratic Party, feminist role model and all-around happy warrior for all things Democratic."

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 The Daily News / Blogs

Elizabeth Benjamin - The Daily Politics

The Anti-Pumas

August 24, 2008

Democratic State Committeewoman Trudy Mason is pushing back against the "angry Hillary supporters" storyline that seems to have taken on a life of its own.

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Mason, who counts herself as one of the most loyal of "Hillary women," is passing out buttons that read: "Hillary Supports Obama, So Do I!!"

She said the buttons are a spin-off of some pins handmade by Gloria Steinem for a joint Clinton-Obama women's event that was held following his landing the nomination.

"We're distribubting them to key Hillary people because this is the way we feel," Mason said. "It's not like it's 'Rah-rah, Obama.' No. But he is our candidate, and we've got to support him. There are many, many of us. Enough with this PUMA stuff."


Mason, who is not a delegate but is on the Rules Committee, said she wasn't disappointed that Obama didn't pick Clinton to be his running mate - an issue that divided Clinton supporters.

"We had a lot of discussions about that," Mason said. "It was an even split. A lot felt she would add to the ticket, and that it was the least that should be done for her."


"But I think her voice is just so much stronger with her not being on the ticket. She goes back (to the Senate), and she can push health care, she can push so many things. That's what's important."

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                                 Tuesday October 14, 2008

                                 10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

                 Channel 34 of the Time/Warner & Channel 82 of the RCN 
                       Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New York.

The Program can now be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at

                                              www.mnn.org

                  NOTE: You must adjust viewing to reflect NYC time

                                          & click on channel 34 at site

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