Are you sick of elections that seem more like reality shows than the workings of democracy? Learn how to cut through the noise and raise the level of discourse this caucus season. Join other concerned Iowans in Des Moines tonight at Getting Candidates on the Record – A Bird-Dogging Workshop
The Free Press Action Fund’s Internet 2016 campaign is once again partnering with AFSC’s Governing Under the Influence Project along with One Iowa to present a free bird-dogging workshop in Des Moines. Bird-dogging is the act of going to public events and asking pointed questions to get candidates on record. This workshop will give participants the skills and confidence to talk to candidates about important topics such as Net Neutrality, surveillance and access to affordable broadband.
Here are all the details for tonight’s workshop:
What: Getting Candidates on the Record – A Bird-Dogging Workshop
When: 6-8pm Thursday, December 3rd
Where: Des Moines Valley Friends Meeting House, 4211 Grand Ave, Des Moines
Together we can ensure that anyone who ends up in the Oval Office adopts policies that protect the free and open Internet. RSVP now to reserve your space at this bird-dogging workshop!