Karger's Town Hall meeting is slated for this Weds, Jan 26, from 7:30-9 at Margarita's, downtown Keene with the focus on the likely efforts to repeal marriage equality for NH's gay and lesbian citizens. Karger is the first openly gay candidate to run for President, and well known as the activist who discovered that Mormon money backed Proposition 8. Karger's efforts led to a Mormon Church conviction on 13 counts of election fraud.

As part of his 2012 Presidential Exploratory Committee Fred is holding a series of Town Hall meetings in New Hampshire and Iowa, making headlines across the nation as the first possible presidential canddiate to air ads in Iowa and NH. Articles have appeared in the NY Times, Fox News, CBS News and the Atlantic.

Show up on Wednesday night to meet Karger, speak with him personally and enjoy appetizers and drinks. BRING YOUR FRIENDS - SPREAD THE WORD!

For more information about Karger’s experience and campaign, visit

Shared as a Live Free and Equal event.

Susan MacNeil, Executive Director
AIDS Services for the Monadnock Region
The Cleve Jones Wellness House
Live Free and Equal
POB 396, 16 High Street
Gilsum, NH 03448