on the Issues. Will his candidacy help or hinder the chance for change? With
Christine Pellegrino and Michael Gendron, NY Congressional District Petitioning Coordinators
Thursday, January 28, 2016, 7-9pm
In the Auditorium of the Huntington Public Library
338 Main Street, Huntington, NY
(1/2 block east of Woodbury Road, west of NY Ave.)
Free Admission, Open Microphone, Refreshments
Half of the forum is discussion. Come voice your opinions.
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These forums are sponsored by the Research and Education Project of Long Island
LIPC forum on Sanders, Thursday
It’s forum time again. This month’s Long Island Progressive Coalition, Huntington Chapter monthly forum is about Bernie Sanders. We’ll have 2 speakers, Christine Pellegrino and Michael Gendron. Both are New York Congressional Petitioning Coordinators for the Sander’s campaign. We’ll have a chance to get detailed information about Sander’s positions on the issues and express reservations about his candidacy.
We’ll also discuss Hillary Clinton and show a short video of one of her speeches. Here are the details.
Huntington Public Library
338 Main Street
Huntington, NY 11743
As usual we’ll have refreshments and plenty time for discussion. Attached is a copy of our flyer.
Please come and spread the word.
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