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You can go to the Hillary event for free!
Jonathan Pait
October 6, 2003

I was talking with a friend at lunch today (an anonymous but reliable source).  He asked me if I planned to go to the Women in Politics gathering tonight at the Peace Center.  I just looked at him with a blank look on my face.

He then said, "Well, you know, you can go for free.  They are giving away tickets."  It would appear that at Converse College they have been giving tickets away to students and allowing students to buy tickets for their family and friends for $5.

Who knows, perhaps if you showed up at the door you might be able to get in for free - or at least a reduced rate.  Regardless, if you did go, why not take a moment to tell us about your experience.


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