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January 26, Saturday — Contra Costa MoveOn Panel Discussion

Time: 1:00–3:00 p.m., doors open at 12:30 p.m.
Location: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Sanctuary, 1035 Carol Lane, Lafayette
Topic: Money & Politics — Fixing Our Tattered Democracy
For directions and more information: view the flyer
Optional registration:


  • Trent Lange—President of the California Clean Money Campaign, long time advocate of public campaign financing, and leader of the successful effort to require disclosure of campaign advertising donors in issue-related ads.

  • Ann Ravel—Former Commissioner of the Federal Election Commission and Senior Fellow at MapLight that seeks to end the undue influence on policy of moneyed interest.

  • Jay Costa—Executive Director at Voters' Right to Know that seeks to make the money that influences our elections and laws transparent to voters.

  • Michele Sutter—founder of MOVI, Money Out Voters In, a Southern California-based coalition dedicated to getting money out of politics.

January 28, Sunday — Commit to Flip Blue
Volunteer Appreciation and Planning Announcement

Date and time: Sunday, January 27, 3:00–5:00 p.m.
Location: Temple Isiah, 945 Risa Road, Lafayette
Please RSVP: online

We have so much to be proud of last year — we helped elect a historic number of women and minorities!

We’ll be looking back on our 2018 successes and statistics…and looking ahead to Commit to Flip Blue’s plans for the future. And we will be joined by special guest speakers. Please join us!

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