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Stone stumps for Kerry

| Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004

Actress Sharon Stone will stop in Pittsburgh today to stump for presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry.

Stone will mingle with fellow Kerry supporters at a 5 p.m. happy hour at a home in Mt. Washington. She is scheduled to arrive in Pittsburgh about 2:30 p.m.

Later, she'll dash off to a dinner in Uniontown for the Fayette County Democratic Party, where she will speak. The dinner is at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 47 on Main Street. People who don't have dinner reservations but want to listen to Stone's speech may sit on the balcony.

Stone is slated to make a sequel to "Basic Instinct," which made her a household name in 1992.

The happy hour with Stone is open to the public, said Khristyn Brimmeier, spokeswoman for the Kerry campaign in Pittsburgh. For more information, call (412) 434-0524.

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