Action alert from Rob Hogg:
The “Summer of Citizenship” Begins Saturday, June 3, at the “Picnic for the People” in Boone
Welcome to the “Summer of Citizenship,” a campaign to encourage and empower Iowans to reach out and listen to each other, get involved, and renew the spirit of citizenship our state and country so urgently need. You can join in, reach out, and speak up with us.
“Summer of Citizenship” begins this Saturday, June 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the “Picnic for the People” at McHose Park Shelter in Boone, Iowa. This picnic is sponsored by the Boone County Democrats. Suggested contribution for food tickets is $10 per person. Please RSVP at this Facebook event page
At the “Picnic for the People,” I will provide more details on ways you can participate. Some ideas:
– Join your local County Democratic Party or advocacy organization
– Register people to vote
– Get to know our Democratic candidates
– Organize a study group, educational program, or service project in your community
Invite people to contribute financially to the party, candidates, or community groups
Speak up with elected officials and staff in person, by phone call, by mail, and in public
Here’s the bottom line: The answer to our problems – with the President and Congress in Washington, D.C., and the Governor and the Iowa Legislature in Des Moines – is a renewed spirit of citizenship.
You can follow “Summer of Citizenship” on Twitter at: @CitizenSummer.
You can like “Summer of Citizenship” on Facebook
Please watch this video of my presentation at the Scott County Democrats’ Red, White and Blue Dinner on March 25, 2017, calling on Iowans to participate in the “Summer of Citizenship.”
See below for upcoming events in Moravia (June 3), Ames (June 10), and Ottumwa (June 17). If you would like me to appear at events this summer, or if you would like my help promoting events this summer, please email me at SenatorRobHogg@gmail.com.
Together, we can take back our state and our country.
Senator Rob Hogg
Seven-County Democratic Rally, Moravia, Saturday, June 3, 5:00 p.m. – The Appanoose County Democrats and other neighboring county parties are hosting this event at Grace United Methodist Church, 101 E. North Street, in Moravia. For more details or invite your friends, visit: facebook.com/events
Working Families Summit, Ames, Saturday, June 10, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – Many groups are coming together for this “Working Families Summit” at the Scheman Building at Iowa State University in Ames to learn about issues, advocacy, and organizing. For more details or to invite your friends, visit: facebook.com/events
Second District Democrats Workshop, Ottumwa, Saturday, June 17, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – The Iowa 2nd District Democrats are hosting a workshop at the Bridge View Center, 102 Church St., along the riverfront in Ottumwa. Suggested contribution is $15. For more details or to invite friends, visit: facebook.com/events