People’s World Oct. 25 Voter Town Hall: ‘The People Have the Power’

Join us Sunday, Oct. 25, for a People’s World election event:

The People Have the Power: A Voter Town Hall

 

We’re now in the home stretch, the last big push before the election, but we can’t let up for a minute. Issues like COVID-19, the Heroes Act, aid for the unemployed climate change, the fight for jobs, and many others will be addressed by a panel of experienced leaders and organizers. The event will be streamed on Zoom.

Register here.

Details: Sunday, October 25, at 8:00 PM Eastern, 7:00 Central, 6:00 Mountain, 5:00 Pacific.

 

Speakers include:

Fred Redmond

Vice President United Steelworkers

Rev. Scott Marks

Chair, UNITE/HERE Black Leadership Committee

Sandi Luckey

Executive Director, Montana Democratic Party

Chuck Rocha

President, Solidarity Strategies

 

Moderated by People’s World Social Media Editor Chauncey K. Robinson.

With Trump threatening to not abide by election results and peacefully transfer power, voting, securing the ballot, and then defending are all vital. Concerned citizens cannot simply vote and go home. It’s going to take an energized and committed electorate engaging daily from now until the Inauguration in January to ensure the outcome.

Even after Trump is defeated, we’re going to have to continue to fight to make sure a people’s agenda is implemented.

Click here to participate in the the Town Hall.

And if you missed our last event, Town Hall Forum on the Unemployment Crisis, in August, you can still watch it on YouTube and read about it in People’s World.

La gente tiene la fuerza — Una asamblea para votantes

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Ahora estamos en la recta final, la última esfuerza antes de las elecciones, pero no podemos cejar ni un minuto. COVID-19, la Ley de Héroes, la ayuda para los desempleados, cambio climático, la lucha por el empleo y muchos  otros temas serán tratados por un panel de líderes y organizadores. El evento se transmitirá en Zoom.

Detalles: Domingo 25 de octubre a las 8:00 p.m. (Este), 7:00 (Centro), 6:00 (Montaña), 5:00 (Pacífico).

 Moderado por People’s World Social Media editor Chauncey K. Robinson.

Con Trump diciendo que no va a respetar los resultados de las elecciones y transferir pacíficamente el poder del presidente — votar, asegurar la boleta y luego defender es vital. Los ciudadanos preocupados no pueden simplemente votar e irse a casa. Se necesitará un electorado enérgico y comprometido que se involucre diariamente desde ahora hasta la inauguración en enero para asegurar el resultado.

Incluso después de que Trump sea derrotado, tendremos que seguir luchando para asegurarnos de que se implemente la agenda del pueblo.


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