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Wrong Jack Gargan?

Jack Gargan

Party Chairman

Dearborn

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The Cable Guys - Independent Voting

independentvoting.org [cached]

Jack Gargan, a gentlemanly, fittingly big-eared Reformer who was elected party chairman with Ventura's backing at Dearborn, has encountered so much infighting that he is already referring to himself as the "embattled chairman-elect.
When I caught up with him earlier this month at a convention in Washington of that splinter group, the American Reform Party, he predicted that none of the names bandied so far would ultimately grace the Reform Party ticket. "I couldn't even begin," he began, when asked to describe the prince who will come. Then his droopy, hangdog expression lifted itself into a grin. "All of a sudden, somebody will be there, and we'll say, 'Geez, why didn't we think of him or her?' You know, it's going to seem - Wow!' - a revelation." Could it be you? Don't let Jack Gargan down.


The Cable Guys

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Jack Gargan, a gentlemanly, fittingly big-eared Reformer who was elected party chairman with Ventura's backing at Dearborn, has encountered so much infighting that he is already referring to himself as the ''embattled chairman-elect.'' When I caught up with him earlier this month at a convention in Washington of that splinter group, the American Reform Party, he predicted that none of the names bandied so far would ultimately grace the Reform Party ticket.
''I couldn't even begin,'' he began, when asked to describe the prince who will come. Then his droopy, hangdog expression lifted itself into a grin. ''All of a sudden, somebody will be there, and we'll say, 'Geez, why didn't we think of him or her?' You know, it's going to seem -- Wow!' -- a revelation.'' Could it be you? Don't let Jack Gargan down.


www.reform-party-usa.org

Jack Gargan, Chairman
While everyone else was watching fireworks and football this weekend, Reform Party Chairman Jack Gargan was preparing his political machine for the new century. The first order of business was selecting new Committee Chairs, and that was easier said than done. "We have so many qualified intelligent people in the Reform Party, it was really hard to choose. said Gargan. "I had over 200 applicants for approximately 10 positions. I mean it was rough." The number of applicants becomes more amazing when you consider that these are volunteer positions with no salary or perks. Many of the positions are extremely time consuming, and there are no guarantees. "All the Chairs agreed with me that their appointment should be subject to a six month probationary period to assess their ability to do the job" said Gargan. Jack Gargan filled the positions with a variety of members from many different states and backgrounds. Jack Gargan National Chairman (352) 543-5538


Convention '99 Summary - American Reform Party

www.americanreform.org [cached]

Jack Gargan, chair elect of RPUSA was delighted to have the opportunity to speak to us.
The two party factions should mend fences although the time for that is not now. He is an embattled chair elect and will on January 1 put up a sign on the RPUSA door, “Under New Management”. The public, seething about corruption, is desperate for a third party candidate. Jack expressed his support for Jesse Ventura.


www.ballot-access.org

Chapter Twelve covers the events of 1999, when Jack Gargan was elected Chair of the Reform Party, and Governor Ventura gave a Playboy interview that alienated many other leaders of the Reform Party, including Ross Perot.


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