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    Sister District Sonoma West County Monthly General Meeting.


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    Wednesday, March 21st;5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Where 5741 Ross Branch Rd., Sebastopol
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    The Sister District Project channels the money and organizing power of blue states to progressive candidates in red states

    Sitting alone at your kitchen table, wearing your “Resist” button, and writing postcards to members of Congress--who may or may not be listening--is a lonely way to wage resistance. A growing number of west county activists have found a friendlier way to fight. They are joining with neighbors as part of a new national organization called the Sister District Project, a political action committee that channels the money and organizing power of blue districts to progressive candidates in close, “winnable” races in red districts across the country.


    Join them for their next Sister District Sonoma West County Monthly General Meeting.


    When and where: Wednesday, March 21 at 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at 5741 Ross Branch Rd., Sebastopol

    5:30 p.m. Social Hour
    6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Meeting

    Read the Sonoma West Times & News article about this group
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    Re: Sister District Sonoma West County Monthly General Meeting.

    Location:  5741 Ross Branch Rd., Sebastopol
    I hope that this group will invite Joel Blackwell to one of their meetings. This grassroots guy will enable and empower your political efforts. Just attended his talk yesterday in Petaluma.

    Ways Joel Can Help Increase Your Grass Roots Clout


    Joel has worked in 47 states and DC since 1985. His expertise in grass roots mobilization flows from original research that determined best practices to influence legislators and members of Congress to take action.
    He interviewed lobbyists, volunteer advocates, legislative staff, academic researchers and elected officials. The research reveals the top 11 reasons people don't communicate with elected officials. Joel then developed keynotes, seminars, books, articles and video to overcome those obstacles and motivate your volunteer advocates to take effective action.


    Check out his book: "Personal Political Power"

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    The Sister District Project channels the money and organizing power of blue states to progressive candidates in red states

    Sitting alone at your kitchen table, wearing your “Resist” button, and writing postcards to members of Congress--who may or may not be listening--is a lonely way to wage resistance. A growing number of west county activists have found a friendlier way to fight. They are joining with neighbors as part of a new national organization called the Sister District Project, a political action committee that channels the money and organizing power of blue districts to progressive candidates in close, “winnable” races in red districts across the country.


    Join them for their next Sister District Sonoma West County Monthly General Meeting.


    When and where: Wednesday, March 21 at 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at 5741 Ross Branch Rd., Sebastopol

    5:30 p.m. Social Hour
    6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Meeting

    Read the Sonoma West Times & News article about this group
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