Council for America My Country
"To Empower to Practise Good Citizenship"

965 Clover Court, Blue Bell, PA 19422 T: (610) 277-0149 F: (610) 277-3992

Jerry Boucher
Steve S. Choi
Mary Etezady
Don Kim
Il Hwan Kim
Sang Joo Kim
Director for Systems Management
Deputy Director for Voter Registration
Director for Outreach
Tae Shik Kwon
Jae Jin Ma
Willie Pai
Choon Ki Yoo
Ae Sook Yoon
Il Joong Yoon
Director for Community Relations
Deputy Secretary
Deputy Director for Outreach
Director for Ageing & Elder Care
Director for Voter Registration

November 3, 2000

Editor / The Times Herald via fax to 610-272-0660

Stewart J Greenleaf, republican candidate for U S House of Representative District 13
showed up as an uninvited guest at a Korean dinner party

Dear Madam/Sir:

I was an invited guest at the annual dinner which was organised by Korean American Broadcasting company earlier this week (October 31, 2000) at the Ashbourne Country Club, Elkins Park, PA. Over 100 local Koreans gathered together. All of a sudden Stewart J Greenleaf showed up with his campaign staff on or about 8:03 PM and rushed to the podium and made political statements soliciting support for his candidacy. He stayed over 47 minutes working the room and engaged in a campaign activity. It appeared to be a well-choreographed scheme which was carefully engineered by Greenleaf and his team. The organizers said he was an uninvited guest.

Of note is the fact that he dodged the debate with Joseph Hoeffel, his opponent, on October 27, 2000 before the Korean voters, that Hoeffel presented himself and the Korean voters had an opportunity to scrutinize him on issues. Therefore, Stewart J Greenleaf's conduct may deserve an accolade of class of poltroonery.


Sang Joo Kim / signed

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