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Represent Us San Gabriel Valley Chapter Kick-Off Meeting



Pasadena Public Library, Studio on 4th (meeting room)

285 E Walnut St
Pasadena , CA United States

Represent Us is a nationwide non-partisan nonprofit organization that is helping communities get “big money” out of local politics. With local chapters all across the country, Represent Us is bringing communities together to fight corruption in government by helping them institute campaign finance reform at the municipal and state levels of government.

Represent Us is opening a San Gabriel Valley Chapter and the public is invited to attend an informational meeting to learn about the organization, how it can help community members in their efforts to bring campaign finance reform to their cities, and how individuals can participate in the San Gabriel Valley Represent Us chapter.

Date: Sunday, July 9, 2017
Time: 3:00-5:00 PM
Location: Pasadena Public Library, Studio on 4th (meeting room)
285 East Walnut Street
Pasadena, CA 91101

RSVP at: https://www.facebook.com/events/429517890767509/

There will be a power point presentation followed by Q and A

To learn more about Represent Us, please visit the organization’s website: https://represent.us/

Disclaimer: This program is not sponsored by the Pasadena Public Library

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