Local Activists Will Urge Candidates to Talk About How They Would Implement Plans to #FightBigMoney in Politics
Manchester, NH – On Saturday, in advance of the Democratic primary debate at Saint Anselm College, local activists will hold a 3-mile march and demonstration urging the moderators to ask at least one question about big money in politics and urging the candidates to use the debate to tell voters about their plans to fight big money. All of the Democratic candidates have endorsed a range of reform measures aimed at getting big money out of elections. At this event, Granite State activists will ask: what would the candidates do in their first 100 days as president on this issue?
WHO: New Hampshire Rebellion, People For the American Way, American Friends Service Committee NH Program, and local activists
WHAT: 3-mile NH Rebellion march from Manchester Radisson Hotel to the debate site for money in politics demonstration outside the Democratic debate
WHEN: Saturday, December 19, 3:00 pm march from Radisson and 5:30pm rally at debate
WHERE: Radisson Hotel departure, 700 Elm St, Manchester, NH; Arrival outside of Saint Anselm College, 100 St. Anselm Dr, Manchester, NH (across the street from the main entrance)
VISUALS: NH Rebellion activists donning tri-corner caps will march and hold lighted "$O$ for Democracy" signs urging action on money in politics reform