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Welcome Back Al Gore Rally!!

My fellow Floridians, Democrats, and Al Gore Supporters:

Al Gore will be in Miami on Wednesday evening, Dec. 12th, for a Democratic Fundraiser at the next-door (side-by-side) homes of attorney/Party Activist Chris Korge and aircraft leasing owner Stuart Kauff, in Pinecrest Lakes Estates, in Miami.

Chris Korge resides at: 10355 S.W. 67th Avenue and Stuart Kauff resides at: 10395 S.W. 67th Avenue (Corner House off 104th St. and 67th Avenue (Ludlam Rd).

Everybody, let's show Al Gore how much we support him and give him a SUPER "WELCOME" that he will never forget! Let's make Al Gore's visit back to Florida "Special". Arrange NOW to take time off from work a little earlier on Wednesday.

Bring your Al Gore Signs/Posters/Banners, wear your Al Gore t-shirts and buttons, etc., etc. Bring your spouse, family, friends, neighbors, and/or fellow Al Gore supporters to the rally.

We ask everyone to be at our Florida "Welcome Back Al Gore Rally" at the corner of S.W. 104th Street and 67th Avenue (Ludlum Rd) in Miami, no later than 5:00 P.M. (See Map enclosed at bottom of page).

Folks from Broward County, West Palm Beach, and Monroe County are especially welcomed! Be There Florida!!

December 12th marks the One-year Anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that appointed George Bush president. Around the country and around the world, the Dec. 12th Anniversary will be marked with candlelight vigils, protests, and forums.

So everyone, please come out and support Al Gore!!



Published Friday, December 7, 2001


by Tyler Bridges tbridges @ herald.com

Former Vice President Al Gore will make his first visit to South Florida since last year's presidential election when he headlines a Democratic Party fundraiser in Miami this week (Wednesday evening, Dec. 12th).

Gore was asked to attend the event by Senate President Tom Daschle, who was supposed to be there along with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton but has to remain in Washington handling legislation, said Daschle spokeswoman Anita Dunn.

"When it became clear that the senators could not come, we were looking for someone who would be viewed as equal or better," Dunn said. "Vice President Gore is one of the leaders of the party."

Wednesday night's event (Dec. 12th), will be hosted by lawyer/lobbyist Chris Korge and aircraft leasing owner Stuart Cauff at their next-door homes in Pinecrest. The cost will be $5,000 per couple, and the money will go to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

After keeping a low profile following last year's presidential loss, decided narrowly in Florida, Gore has begun to attend political events, while saying he is uncertain whether he will seek the presidency again in 2004.

This will be Gore's second visit to Florida in 2001. He thanked supporters in Orlando several months ago.

"It's wonderful to see the Vice President involved again in Democratic Party politics," said Mitchell Berger, a Fort Lauderdale attorney who is perhaps Gore's closest friend in South Florida.