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February meeting

Energizing for 2024

February 15th, 7:00 PM
via Zoom

This month, we will welcome our newest members elected at the February caucuses. We’ll focus on the 2024 elections as well as a review of the caucus process, to evaluate what worked best and what could be improved. We hope that our new membership will bring new energy and ideas for this vitally important election season. There will also be a discussion about a resolution that has been proposed regarding the war in Gaza.

The featured speaker will be David Costello, who is running as a Democrat for the United States Senate seat currently held by Independent Senator Angus King. Costello has more than 25 years of senior-level government experience and lives in Brunswick. He is running to help advance what he calls long-overdue legislative and constitutional reforms to strengthen our democracy and economy and to protect our rights and freedoms.

Pre-registration required no later than noon the day before the program. You will receive a unique link you will need to use to join the meeting.


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