Jill Kolva, a.k.a. Ivana More-Enmore, of Billionaires for Bush
Jill Kolva, a.k.a. Ivana More-Enmore, of Billionaires for Bush shows off her bling during skit practice at an antiwar event held at Spontaneous Celebrations in Jamaica Plain. (David Kamerman/ Globe Staff) David Kamerman/ Globe Staff

Partisan partying

Regardless of where you land on the political divide, there’s a social group waiting to hear your views

By Caitlin O'Neil
Globe Correspondent / March 30, 2007

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Fresh from the grassroots campaign for the governor's office and staring the 2008 presidential election in the eye, a political neophyte might find the current political waters a bit intimidating. Fear not: Several new groups offer voters of all colors the chance to get involved simply by starting a conversation, playing a game, or raising a glass. In a new ... (Full article: 1471 words)

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