Precinct 1 bet Propst to hold first fundraiser


The Committee-to-Elect Edwin Kenneth Propst is hosting a Meet and Greet fundraiser on May 14, 2014, at 6pm at the Propst Party Pit (located at the residence of Ivan K. and Juanita Propst) in Susupe. Tickets are currently on sale for $20 each.

Committee officers include Ana B. Ada, chairperson; Kimo M. Rosario, vice chairman; Edward Calvo, treasurer; and Daisy Manglona-Propst, secretary.

In a statement, Rosario said, “Free appetizers and one free drink come with each purchased ticket. Most importantly, the event provides an opportunity for both the candidate and supporters to engage in healthy discourse at an individualized or personal level.”

“Individuals interested in purchasing tickets are kindly asked to contact our committee chair, Ms. Ana B. Ada, at 287-0966 anytime. I may also be reached at 287-0724 after 4:30pm during regular business days and the weekend preceding the scheduled event. To ensure that no political activities—e.g., selling of fundraising tickets—occur during regular working hours, the committee has decided to control the sale of tickets. Our candidate and committee are committed at honoring and adhering to the Code of Ethics established by most organizations (federal/local government or private) as far as political functions and activities go,” Rosario added.  

“Please join us for a fun evening on Wednesday, May 14, from 5pm to 9pm, at Mr. and Mrs. Ivan and Juanita Propst’s residence, home of the popular Propst Party Pit! Once again, thank you for your support,” committee chair Ada said.

For his part, Ed Prospt, an independent candidate for Precinct 1, extends his heartfelt appreciation for the support he has received since he declared his candidacy for a seat in the House of Representatives in the upcoming November elections.

“If our people in our precinct want me to represent them, then it will happen. Please know that there is no partisan politics with me. I will represent everyone in our precinct, Saipan community, and entire CNMI regardless of your political ideology, religion, race, or financial status. At the end of the day, we are all in this together. It’s really about putting people first and bringing government back to the governed—the people. Elected officials are not only representatives of the public, they are the voices of the people.  If elected, I will be that voice,” said Propst.

“To my chairwoman Ana Ada, my vice chairman Kimo Mafnas Rosario, treasurer Edward Calvo, and all of our family and friends and supporters, I am humbled, blessed, and most grateful for your support. May God bless our beloved islands. Biba CNMI!” Propst added.

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