Fighting for Democracy in the USA

Posted: December 2, 2014 in -
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Christina Tobin sent this…

Dear Friends,

It has been quite an amazing year in helping to create open, transparent elections in America as well as to raise the consciousness of the human family. No goal worthy of achieving comes easy. Our team is mostly comprised of volunteers who sacrifice a lot in hopes of a brighter future for us all.

Donate today to support Free and Equal Elections.

In 2014, we brought you:

  • The United We Stand Festival, bringing together noteworthy activists, leaders such as best-selling author Marianne Williamsonand Dr. Jill Stein; artists/musicians such as Immortal Techniquefounders of the Wu-Tang Clan, Luminaries, The Siren, Paul Masvidal of Cynic, Kellee Maize, A-Alikes, and more; journalists such as Amber Lyon, Sean Stone, Ben Swann, Luke Rudkowski, Mnar Muhawesh, and more; and most importantly, we the people – especially the youth.
  • The 2014 Colorado Open Gubernatorial Debate, moderated byProfessor Griff of hip-hop legends Public Enemy and Chuck Bonniwell of the Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce, was the only debate to give the alternative candidates a voice. Opening remarks were given by former Congressman Dennis Kucinich (via video) and Dr. Jill Stein. Hip-hop group The Soul Pros performed after the debate.
  • Our first-annual Voting Methods & Election Integrity Symposiumwas held at Infinity Park in Glendale, CO, which came to a consensus on reforms and solutions for our voting and elections systems. In attendance was Colorado State AssemblymemberKathleen Conti, former Congressman Tom Tancredo, League of Women Voters Boulder activist Celeste Landry, and everyday people who support open and transparent elections. Glendale’sMayor Mike Dunafon presented an opening address via video.

In 2015, we will continue to work toward bringing more voices into the election process, with more debates, more symposiums, and another United We Stand Festival. Our honest media outlet, the Free and Equal Network, and our Election Assistant are coming soon. We are also looking forward to a string of open presidential debates in 2016!

Support these worthy projects – donate to Free and Equal Elections today. We’ve got a lot of difficult and important work ahead of us. We can’t do it without you. Thanks in advance for your support.

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