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Flip the 6th: Phone Bank
Tuesday March 30, 2017 @ Hullabaloo Books
In March, we hosted a #Flipthe6th phone bank for Jon Ossoff. Democrats need to win back Congress in 2018—and the House is our best bet. One of the first congressional elections of the Trump era was Georgia's 6th - where Jon Ossoff was running in a special election for the seat left vacant by Trump's Health Secretary Tom Price.
Sadly Ossoff lost this battle - but we're not done yet!
Thanks a million to our phone banking guru Regina Schwartz!
The Broad Room Launch
Thursday, April 20th, 2017 @ The Delancy
The Broad Room Launch was a huge success, thanks to the hundreds of women (and men) who stopped by The Delancey to hear more about the organization and meet other Broad Room members. Thanks to all our Broad Room members who joined the event, donated, and supported our growing organization.
Special shout out to our speakers Nelini Stamp and Julia Stroud.
Membership Happy Hour
Tuesday August 2, 2017 @ Hotel Chantelle
There's no better way to spend a Tuesday night than in a room surrounded by fly progressive NYC women - and over 100 of you came together for our very first Membership Happy Hour. We talked about how you can become a member (it’s free!), our upcoming trainings (they're also free), and met incredible fellow activists.
Special thanks to our speakers Alencia Johnson, Director of Constituency Communications for Planned Parenthood, and Bailey Usdin, a superstar Broad Room member.
Vote Pro Choice Phone Bank
Tuesday August 15, 2017 in Clinton Hill
In August, The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (our party overlords) chose big tent politics at the expense of women - informing their base that reproductive rights would not be a litmus test for party endorsements.
The Broad Room is not about that. So on August 15th, we hosted a phone bank with #voteprochoice — an organization supporting proactive prochoice candidates across the country. Because reproductive care is not a litmus test. It's a fundamental right.