2020 Presidential Candidate Event List for Menomonee Falls

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EVENTS NEAR MENOMONEE FALLS FOR 2020 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES Last Updated 10/20/19 Find events near Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin for 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Locate rallies, town halls, speeches, forums, and grassroots meetings! JOE BIDEN EVENTS DEBATE WATCH PARTY: Join Wisconsin's Team Joe supporters in Madison to watch Joe take the debate stage in Ohio for the fourth Democratic presidential debate. WHEN: Tue, Oct 15, 6:30pm-10:00pm CDTWHERE: 905 Twin Pines Dr, Madison, WI 53704 LINK: https://www.mobilize.us/joebiden/event/133849/ ELIZABETH WARREN EVENTS Join a Waukesha County community event supporting Elizabeth Warren for President. They'll be gathering to talk about Elizabeth’s vision for structural change. Come learn…
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Volunteer with a 2020 Democratic Presidential Campaign

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HOW TO VOLUNTEER WITH A 2020 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN Last Updated 10/7/19 Volunteer for the campaign of your favorite 2020 Democratic Party presidential candidates. There's a lot of money in politics, but the real invaluable work in Menomonee Falls, Waukesha County, and Wisconsin is done by people like you, the grassroots. All active presidential campaigns are included in this master list. ELIZABETH WARREN Elizabeth Warren is looking for volunteers to video or photograph events, send text messages, recruit others to volunteer, and register voters. More Information Link BERNIE SANDERS Join and use the BERN app to talk with fellow…
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2019 Poor People’s Campaign National Congress

2019 Poor People’s Campaign National Congress

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The 2019 Poor People’s Campaign’s (PPC) national congress kicked off Monday, June 17th at Howard and Trinity Universities in Washington D.C. The Campaign emphasizes and protects its non-partisanship; it’s fitting, therefore, that alumni include, liberal Justice Thurgood Marshall and conservative Republican Senator John Kornyn.  It is, however, most definitely NOT apolitical. Monday’s opening day included substantive appearances from nine Presidential candidates including Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden.  While the assemblage was directed, repeatedly to applaud only the questioners and NOT the candidates, the energy of the audience was most definitely at peaks during the appearances of…
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