January, 2019 marks the 20th Anniversary of Granny D's historic walk across America to bring awareness to the issue of big money in politics. And January 24 is the anniversary of her birthday! To mark the occasion, we are celebrating with lunch and cake AND a roll-out of Open Democracy Action's new Voter-Owned Elections Act (LSR 0882) being introduced this year.
All legislators have been invited to attend at the "lunch break", which should occur around noon. Join us in the basement of St. Paul's Church (right across the street from the State House). Please call or email your Senators and Representatives and personally invite them to come and learn about publicly- funded elections. You can find your Representatives HERE and your Senators HERE.
Also happening on Thursday is the hearing on HB 504, which calls on Congress to regulate money in elections and calls for nonpartisan redistricting, the very things Granny D walked for! The hearing is in LOB room 303 (Leg Admin), 11:15 am. Sign in and testify!
Please let firstname.lastname@example.org know if you have any dietary restrictions, i.e. vegan, gluten-free etc.
Come and learn about the bill and enjoy lunch on us. We'll have a short program, lunch and cake. Call your representative and senator and invite them to come along.
Governor Sununu has issued a proclamation declaring January DORIS “GRANNY D” HADDOCK DAY!
Please note: There is limited parking at St. Paul's. You cannot use either the lot adjacent to, or attached to, the church.
21 Centre St
Concord, NH 03301
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