Highland Park, MI: CLP, 1976. 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed both sides, very good but for small faint yellowed blotch, introducing the Party and calling for help with a petition drive. Also included is a Poll Challenger card signed by Ronald Glotta, state chairman of the CLP, and a red-on-white bumpersticker for the campaign, neatly folded once.
Part of a ballot drive conducted in order to qualify General Baker Jr. for candidacy as a CLP candidate for Michigan's state house. Outlines the CLP's past actions in Michigan fighting against Nazis, supporting farmworkers, and advocating for workers and the unemployed.