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Three Free Events on Thursday April 30th!

@ 9 am

Remote Organizing Strategies for 2020

Hosted by Campaigns & Elections and sponsored by OutVote

(We have to be honest: We haven't attended any C&E events and OutVote is a software tool to make campaigning easier; they might be selling things, they might be helping you, it might be both, we're not sure. But we'll be there!)

REGISTER HERE

In an election year where voting irregularities, rescheduled primaries, and fear puts our processes in question, we are all looking for solutions. For those who suddenly need to do remotely what they’ve done successfully in-person for years, Outvote offers a comprehensive set of features designed to engage progressive communities in the things they care about most. Join members of the Outvote team, along with our partners to discuss the innovative ways our community is changing the game.



@ 12:00 pm

When Women Vote

Hosted by Bipartisan Policy Center

(We've been to BPC's events, and they are generally excellent. Also: This is an all-star panel.)

REGISTER HERE

On April 30, the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Elections Project will host a discussion with the authors of When Women Vote, who make the case for further voting reform and for removing bias in the voting process by sharing stories and experiences of women voters and leaders throughout the United States. They will be joined by secretaries of state, who are the chief election officials at the state level.



@ 5:30 pm

(Virtual) Cowgirl Run Fun Event "in" Rock Springs

Hosted by our founding team!

EMAIL US TO REGISTER: info@cowgirlrunfund.com

We'll be talking more about Cowgirl Run Fund, why we exist, and how we can help women who are running for office across Wyoming. Plus! Encouraging women to run, answering questions, and maybe raising a little bit of money for great female candidates. (This one is BYOB.)

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