Events Calendar

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  • Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 11:00 AM · 8 rsvps
    Rep. Andy Harris DC Office Visit in Washington, DC, DC

    Rep. Andy Harris DC Office Visit

    United States House of Representatives voted in favor of taking healthcare away from 23 million Americans, including Congressional District 1's Rep. Andy Harris.

     

    Members of Progressive Maryland to meet at Capitol South Metro station at 10:30am.

    Legislative Visit: 11am-12pm at Capitol Building

    Make sure to bring signs (not on sticks!) and swag for the visit!


     We will go as a group to Office of Rep. Andy Harris (CD1) to let him know how devastating passing the Graham-Cassidy Bill, as well as defunding CHIP or cutting crucial healthcare needs in the 2018 budget would be for people in his district!

    DC Office of Rep. Andy Harris, MD
    1533 Longworth House Office Building
    Washington, DC 20515


     ROLLING ACTIONS!

    In addition to the above events, or if you can't make it in person to a direct action:

    Governor Hogan and Representative Harris Contact Info Page

    Sen. Van Hollen: DC Phone (202) 224-4654; District Phone (301) 545-1500

    Sen. Cardin: DC Phone (202) 224-4524; District Phones

    TOLL FREE NUMBER TO SENATORS: 888-981-9704

    TOLL FREE NUMBER TO REPRESENTATIVES: 866-957-9069

    Here's a quick script for callers:

    “My name is ______________, and I am a concerned Maryland voter. I'm calling to urge [Governor/Senator/Representative] to reject the conservative budget plan that cuts Medicaid, Medicare, and other services America’s working families depend on. It's not right to cut Medicare, Medicaid and education in the federal budget to pay for big tax breaks for the rich and corporations. I'm asking [Governor/Senator/Representative] to PUBLICLY OPPOSE cutting healthcare, PUBLICLY AND FIRMLY SUPPORT fully and permanently funding CHIP, and to only support legislation that promotes guaranteed healthcare for EVERY Maryland citizen, for example, a single payer, Medicare for All system. Thank you!”

     

    Social Media Tools to Share below!

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    Let us know who you called and how the call went here!

     

  • Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 04:00 PM · 3 rsvps
    Project Youth Success Center 5005 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215

    National Voter Registration Day

  • Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 07:00 PM · 18 rsvps
    College Park City Hall in College Park, MD

    Get Big Money out of Prince George's Politics!

  • Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 10:00 AM · 23 rsvps
    Progressive MD Headquarters in Silver Spring, MD

    1-Day Movement Politics Campaign Training

    Progressive Maryland Friends and Family, 

    We are having a free Movement Politics Leadership Training in Silver Spring, Maryland at the Progressive Maryland office.  Movement politics is the process of fighting for a democracy where people - not corporations - set the agenda, and where we all have a voice. We are looking for people to help with both issue and electoral campaigns to win victories all Maryland. Please RSVP here

    In towns and neighborhoods across the country, we hold conversations with voters about the issues of the day and the world we’re fighting to build. We train volunteers to knock on neighbors’ doors and transform their communities into a force at the polls. We ask candidates tough questions and secure policy commitments. And, crucially, we help leaders in our movement transition from community activists to elected office, transforming our political system town by town and state by state.

    Our training will teach you the skills to move people around the issues!

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    Holiday Update: Yom Kippur

    Thank you for writing to express your concern with the scheduling of our September Movement Politics training on Yom Kippur. Because of the limited weekends on which our trainers are available, we needed to schedule one of our training on September 30. However, our announcement neglected to note the conflict with the high holiday and the fact that we will be holding a second session on October 28 for those who aren't able to attend the September date. We sincerely regret this omission. We appreciate your support in ensuring that we connect respectfully with our diverse communities across the state.