THREE POINT PLAN
These are the points needed to understand what this campaign is about and why we need to change state law.
1. Underage children need parental consent to have sex so they should need parental consent to have abortions.
2. The age of consent law for sex is what sexual assault and abuse laws are based on and creates a loophole for offenders to go unreported and avoid conviction because the offenders consent for the abortions. We will close that loophole.
3. This does not change abortion law, it restores parental rights.
Clyde Dyar is the Treasurer for the ‘Citizens for a Better Maine PAC’. Clyde began his career in public service in 1976 as Community Development Director for the Town of Wilton, followed by Economic Development Director for Franklin County; and Economic Development Director for the North Kennebec Valley Regional Planning Commission. Subsequently, Clyde formed Meadow Brook Consulting, specializing in community and economic development. As a consultant, he has worked for the Town of Pittsfield, and currently contracts with the Town of New Portland, the Thomas M. Teague Biotechnology Center of Maine in Fairfield, Cony Village Associates, and works with the Winthrop Regional Development Corporation. Your donation will allow the Maine Equal Rights Center’s campaign to reach the people of our state to cast an informed vote. Contributions can also be made by clicking on the ‘Donate’ button on the upper left and corner of the website or mailed to Citizens for a Better Maine PAC, PO Box 59 Mount Vernon, Maine 04352.
The Maine Equal Rights Center campaign shows you how this law will change public policy and our form of government. The campaign will develop a Voters Guide which will be located on the upper right hand side of the website. Please share the Voter Guide with your family and friends. You can make a donation to the campaigns Political Action Committee through the Paypal account in the upper left hand corner of the website. We are currently in the process of updating the PAC to reflect this campaign so even though it is still called Maine Marriage Allies you can still make a contribution to support operations.
Erick Bennett founded the Maine Equal Rights Center campaign and designs, drafts, crafts and develops the Three Point Plans and Voter Guides. In January 2008 Bennett began blogging on Myspace and wrote, produced, edited, directed and anchored programs called ‘Policy Point’ and ‘Weekend Update with the Bennett Factor’ which were news and entertainment pieces. They were viewed regularly by The Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Twentieth Century Fox in Los Angeles, Fox News in New York, the House of Representatives in Washington DC, US Supreme Court in DC and many others. In July of 2009 Bennett researched HR 3200, the Affordable Health Care Act and his findings led to an IT team being assembled in Washington DC to create a new software program to mine the bill for data. In January of 2010 candidate for governor Paul LePage called Bennett and asked him to serve as his New Media Consultant and Strategist as an independent contractor. Bennett also filled in for Governor LePage speaking at engagements such as the Maine Successful Thinkers Networking Group in Portland. In May of 2010 Bennett co-founded Maine Web News and wrote, produced, edited, directed and hosted ‘The Pulse of Maine with Erick Bennett’ which focused on interviews with local, state and national political and business leaders. Maine Web News featured the Pine State Debate where Bennett debated hot button issues with candidates for governor, the Executive Director of the ACLU of Maine and other politicos. The Maine Web News attracted 150 thousand unique views per month. Bennett continued to assist candidates as a strategist and consultant. In 2011 he was asked to run as a candidate for mayor in Portland and in 2012 was a consultant and strategist for Patrick Calders primary campaign for the First Congressional district and also founded the Maine Equal Rights Center campaign. Bennett owns FNX Enterprises which offers consultation and strategy, public relations, full service advertising and marketing for public and private sector entities. You can contact Erick Bennett at 207-332-9274 or by sending an email to ErickBennett@MaineEqualRightsCenter.com.
The Three Point Plan gives everyone the talking points needed to start and finish discussions about this issue in a matter of fact way without rhetoric, spin or propaganda.