Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Elizabeth Warren fundraiser in NYC tomorrow

 Can you join us and Elizabeth Warren in New York City this Thursday night?
Click here to RSVP for tommorow night's NYC fundraiser for Warren!
-- Adam Green, Co-Founder, Progressive Change Campaign Committee

Meet Elizabeth Warren in NYC
Want to meet Elizabeth Warren in New York City? We're working with her campaign to organize a fundraising event on Thursday, September 27 at 7:30pm.
A Daily Show co-creator will be there, PCCC Co-Founder Stephanie Taylor and I will be there, many other key progressive voices will be there -- will you be there?
Tickets are $100 and are limited. Click here for event details and to RSVP today.
(If you can't make it, you can still donate to Warren's campaign here.)
PCCC members have already donated over $1,000,000 to Warren's campaign. As we enter the final weeks, this event will fuel her campaign when she needs help most. Co-hosts include:
Lizz Winstead, Daily Show Co-Creator
Sam Seder, Host, The Majority Report
Stephanie Taylor, PCCC Co-Founder
Adam Green, PCCC Co-Founder
Justin Krebs, Living Liberally Co-Founder
Katie Halper, Laughing Liberally Co-Founder
Baratunde Thurston, comedian, formerly of The Onion
Dan Cantor, Working Families Party
And others. 
Click here to get your ticket. (Or if you can't attend, donate to Warren's campaign here.)
Thanks for being a bold progressive.
-- Adam Green, PCCC Co-Founder

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