July 5 Article in Courier Life newspapers about Sam Sloan for Congress
Sam Sloan, who was first welcomed and then rejected by Republican Party officials, has now set his sights on being an Independence Party candidate-but he is getting a similarly icy reception from Bob Conroy, the party's Brooklyn leader. Sloan, a white guy from Virginia now living in East New York, believes he can beat Rep. Ed Towns in a heavily black, Democratic district. The men in the white suits should be along any minute now. Sloan is registered to vote but has no party affiliation. He's what political people call a registered blank, so he needs formal approval to get a party's line-a proviso he's challenging in court.
July 5 Article in Courier Life about Sam Sloan for Congress
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