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Friday, November 6, 2015

See you at our celebration on the 14th!

Coalition for Grassroots Progress
November 6, 2015
                                                                        

It’s not too late to RSVP for our celebration on November 14!

For the past several months, your fellow activists for progress have been walking in their neighborhoods, talking to their neighbors, and organizing their precincts for a more progressive vote.

We’ve been especially focused  on “100 Door Knocks for Bernie,” and on Saturday, November 14,  we’ll be getting together to celebrate the successful conclusion of the first phase of that project.

Come join us in Santa Rosa for a celebratory gathering with like-minded friends as we reflect on the powerful nature of our work together and discuss next steps!

If you’ve been thinking about joining a team in your area but haven’t been sure if it’s something you want to do, this is your chance to talk to people who have been doing it, to see what it’s really like. You might even find a partner to team up with!

RSVP here!

If you’re unable to attend this event but would like to help us in Phase 2 by making a small donation, you can do that here.

We hope to see you on November 14th!

The Coalition for Grassroots Progress is an independent community-based political action committee for progressive change.  Our work is only possible with your financial support. We understand that you might not be in a position to donate at this time, and we welcome recurring and one-time donations of any size. Our dedicated team ensures even the smallest contributions go a long way; please consider a donation of any amount to CGP today.


Thank you for your activism and your support,

Alice Chan and Anna Givens
Coalition for Grassroots Progress
 


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PO Box 6653, San Rafael, CA 94903
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