Movement Politics Webinar Zoom Link

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Time: May 11, 2017 (6:30-7:30pm)

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- Meeting ID: 515 653 169
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Agenda:

6:30-6:40 - Laurel Wales (Deputy Director of Movement Politics with People’s Action)

  • “Bringing the movement into elections - How we build a transformative campaigns and build power for the 99%  

6:40-6:45 - Phil Friermonte (State Director, Office of Senator Bernie Sanders)

  • “The importance of running for office on a bold platform at all levels”

6:45-6:55 - David Zuckerman (Lt. Governor of Vermont)

  • “How to run for office, and govern, like a community organizer”

6:55-7:00 - Selene Colburn (Progressive Burlington City Councilor and State Representative)

  • “Running for local v. statewide office, the role of a 3rd party in pushing for change”

7:00-7:05 - Kiah Morris (Democratic Bennington State Representative)

  • “Vermont’s progressive reputation v. the reality, the role of Democrats in pushing for change”

7:05-7:10 - Debbie Ingram (Chittenden County Senator/Vermont Interfaith Action Director)

  • “Legislating and organizing for a moral economy”

7:10-7:13- Alison Nihart (RAD members/Mari Cordes’ campaign managers)

  • “Supporting a local progressive race as a volunteer campaign manager”

7:13-7:18  - Isaac Grimm (Political Engagement Director with Rights & Democracy)

  • “Connecting our national movement to the local, upcoming trainings and key events”

7:18-7:30 - Questions from participants

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