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2The Daily Tar Heel Monday, September 17, 1984
By FRANK PROCTOR
The exterior of the new Orange
County Democratic Party headquarters
at 1503 E. Franklin Street looks more
like a simple brick house than the center
of political activity. According to Harry
Kaplan, "Get-Out-The-Vote Coordina
tor" at the headquarters, that's symbolic
of the entire Democratic campaign
effort this fall.
Kaplan said Democratic success in
the November elections would depend
on "the average citizen who just wants
to get involved.
"The Democratic Party lias a tre
mendous advantage over the Republi
can Party and that's grass-roots
organizations; Kaplan said. "That's
where our strength has always been and
that's how we're going to win this
The headquarter's phone bank will
be the center of get-out-the-vote efforts
for the Democrats in Orange County,
he said. "The phone bank is the critical
"We're going to use it to identify
straight-ticket Democratic voters, and
The local Republican Party
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the local Democratic Party headquarters is on East Franklin Street.
to identify undecided voters. Kaplan
Besides running the phone bank, the
headquarters also coordinates volunteer
work in the Chapel Hill area, he said.
"All kinds of people have come in
to volunteer. A lot of rural people, a
lot of students and a lot of moderate
professional people. The appeal of the
Democratic ticket is widespread. .
Publicizing upcoming voter registra
tion opportunities for UNC students is
one of the key objectives of the Orange
County Democrats, Kaplan said.The
Orange County Board of Elections will
be registering students in the Union on
Sept. 25, 26 and 27.
"The campus Young Democrats are
our primary vehicle for getting students
involved," he said. "I would like to invite
students to come over and check us out.
We need student volunteers.
The Orange County Democratic
headquarters combines the Chapel Hill
headquarters, which serves 24 precincts,
and the Northern Orange County
headquarters in Hillsborough, which
Although the headquarters has been
open since July 30, the grand opening
ceremonies were held last week. Demo
cratic, lieutenant governor candidate
Robert Jordan attended.
Symbolic of efforts to reverse Orange
County's historical dominance by
Democrats, local Republicans have
f opened up their own office their first
"This is the first time in six years that
Orange County has had a Republican
headquarters,'' Orange County Repub
lican chairman Josephine Barbour told
100 area Republicans at opening
ceremonies last Monday night. "This
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Industrial Relations, Sociology, and other social science
majors, Wednesday, 7:00 p.m., Great HaO of the Union.
A chance to meet potential employers, alumni, and
representatives of graduate and professional programs and
of on -campus career-planning services.
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B2I Cobey to address CoOsae ReaabBcaas Taes.
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TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING: For stocks, bonds, IRA's,
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opening serves as a kick-off to the fall
campaign and gives all of our candidates
a chance to gather under one roof.
Fourth District Congressional candi
date Bill Cobey headed the group of
Republican notables on hand, which
also included Mary Martin, wife of
gubernatorial candidate Jim Martin,
state senatorial hopeful Archie Rich,
Orange County school superintendent
candidate Gene Baker and agriculture
commissioner candidate Leo Thaw.
Martin praised Orange County
Republicans for their enthusiasm and
their headquarters, which she said were
among the best in the state.
In the race between President
Reagan and Walter Mondale, Martin
said Republicans are looking for a
Reagan landslide. "The president
deserves a second term, and our goal
is to make the election a whopping
mandate, she said.
Cobey characterized the 84 cam
paign as a "golden opportunity" to
NOW pres opposes Helms
The Associated Press
Republican Sen. Jesse Helms
"obstructs justice for all of the women
of this country, and should be
unseated, the president of the National
Organization for Women told an
annual convention audience Saturday.
Judy Goldsmith told a cheering
crowd of about 85 NOW members at
New Hope Camp near Chapel Hill that
the Hunt-Helms race is "the second
most significant election in the country."
"Jesse Helms may be the most anti
woman member of the U.S. Senate,"
Goldsmith said. "His presence in the
Senate obstructs justice for all women
of this country."
Joanna Ettin of Winston-Salem,
president of North Carolina NOW, said
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make gains in a state where Democrats
hold a 3 to 1 registration edge over
Republicans. "If we work as hard as
we can, maybe, just maybe, well really
have a two-party system in North
When asked how a possible Cobey
congressional term would affect college
aged voters, Cobey said he would recruit
industry into the state, thereby bringing
in more jobs for young people once they
" We've got to stick with this recov
ery,' Cobey said. "We can have a
dynamic recovery in this state that will
make it a very attractive place for
industry to come to."
Orange County Republican vice
chairman Stephen Maybee said he
noticed a conservative shift in student
attitudes on issues.
"Ten years ago students had a less
practical view of things, and it was
evident from the academic majors they
chose," Maybee said. -"Now, they're
more realistic about their futures and
there's been a rise in the number of
students embarking on more job-related
: "It's only natural that these students
should show an interst in a party that
places an emphasis on economic
Barbour said all funds the headquar
terrs had recieved totaling about
$2,000 had come as a result of private
"We did this entirely on oun own,"
she said of the opening of the: head
quarters. "There was absolutely no state
Like the Orange County Democratic
headquarters, the local Republican
headquarters will also be staffed by
Helms had ignored women's needs for
pay equity, quality day care, job training
and health care while in the Senate.
Goldsmith urged members to support
Democratic presidential hopeful Walter
Mondale and added that NOW had a
responsibility to help "get out the vote"
for the Nov. 6 election. She said
President Reagan carried North Carol
ina by 39,000 votes in 1980, but more
than 90,000 voters stayed home.
. "Ronald Reagan is, quite simply, the
worst president American women have
ever had," Goldsmith said. "Four more
years of Reagan's policies would
adversely affect American women for
the rest of our lives.
"Walter Mondale is not someone
about whom we need to feel reserva
tions we know who he is and we
are proud of what he is," she said.
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creates a large number of job openings for drivers, phone
persons, and pizza makers. Drivers actually earn $7
$10 per hour while they deliver pizzas and listen to their
car stereos. It is also a great way to meet people all
We know students have tight schedules, and that is
why we let you sign up for the times that you want
to work. Also Domino's Pizza employees get great deals
on pizzas. Go ahead, check and see how many checks
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Make your parents proud! Earn more money and
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