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Community Democratic Organization creates coalition to impact midterm elections

To the Editor:

On June 10, 2018, the Princeton Community Democratic Organization (PCDO), in cooperation with local progressive co-sponsors, invites the public to learn how democrats can help turn NJ Blue at the mid-term elections later this year in November.

During the event at the Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton St., candidates and/or their representatives in the five flippable NJ Districts, along with guest speakers, Bonnie Watson Coleman and Andrew Zwicker will share how to best play a role in the campaigns.

The co-sponsors of the event are:

• Borden Neighbours Action Together
• Princeton Marching Forward
• Montgomery Democrats
• Indivisible Cranbury
• Hopewell Valley Democratic Club
• Indivisible Princeton
• Lawrence Citizen Activists

Program committee chair, Jeffrey Oakman shared, “This may be the best opportunity for citizens to make a difference in their state, perhaps the nation.”

Jean Durbin, PCDO President, commented “This meeting to match volunteers with candidates will make the difference in several closely held elections.”

Parking for the event will be available onsite as well as overflow parking across Route 206 from the facility on Stockton Street. Attendees are asked to register on Eventbrite to ensure entry.

For further information, please contact: Mary Anne Greenberg at 215-353 8532.

Mary Anne Greenberg
Vice President

Princeton Community Democratic Organization

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