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New Haven Votes Coalition presents: Campaign Fair!

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New Haven Votes Coalition presents: Campaign Fair!

Time: September 8, 2011 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: NH Public LIbrary Main Branch
Street: 133 Elm St
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Phone: 860.549.1220
Event Type: campaign, fair
Organized By: Kim Hynes
Latest Activity: Aug 18, 2011

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Event Description

 Please join us and spread the word amongst your colleagues, clients, and neighbors about this municipal candidates campaign fair. 

WHAT: A unique opportunity to meet and talk with candidates for Mayor and Alderman. 

WHY: Find out where candidates stand on issues. 

Sign up to volunteer for your favorite! 

WHEN: September 8th, 1-5pm

WHERE: Library Main Branch, 133 Elm St

**Help us increase civic engagement in New Haven, particularly among the most disenfranchised and under-served populations. It's also not to late to join the coalition as we plan future events, set up and attend trainings to help nonprofit 501c3 organizations understand how to follow the law around non-partisan voter outreach and engagement work and how to expand their capacity to do more to engage voters!** Contact Common Cause CT's Kim Hynes for more information: 

 khynes@commoncause.org  or  860.549.1220 

 

 New Haven Votes is a Non-Partisan Coalition dedicated to increasing civic engagement in New Haven 

Common Cause in Connecticut – Connecticut Voices for Children – New Haven Reentry - Connecticut Center for a New Economy – CT Office of the Secretary of the State -– Greater New Haven NAACP – Greater New Haven League of Women Voters – Christian Community Action – City Wide Youth Coalition – Marshall Brennan Chapter at Yale Law School – Teach Our Children – Community Action Agency of New Haven 

 

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