Democracy Town Hall with 2020 Candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT)

Event Hosted by Equal Citizens & Open Democracy Action in Concord, NH, Saturday Dec 28 at 6pm ET

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Concord, NH – Equal Citizens, a non-profit group formed by reformer and Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig, and NH-based Open Democracy Action, a nonpartisan group working on campaign finance reform, are pleased to announce a town hall conversation with 2020 candidate Senator Bernie Sanders geared around fixing our broken government. This is part of a town hall series at venues across New Hampshire, where presidential candidates engage in intelligent, in-depth conversations that focus on why our government has been so broken, and how we might fix it.

This town hall will take place at Concord High School located at 170 Warren St (Concord, NH 03301), on Saturday December 28 starting at 6:00pm eastern. The event will feature Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders in conversation with Equal Citizens’ founder Lawrence Lessig and Fordham Law Professor Zephyr Teachout as the two moderators.

During the conversations, presidential candidates have a chance to discuss issues like campaign finance reform, the role of Super PACs, partisan gerrymandering, ranked-choice voting, voter registration, lobbying reform, and how to improve the we elect the president. These town halls ensure that these critical issues play a prominent role in the 2020 primary and general election.

Admission will be free. The event will also be streamed live online via NowThis. The series is presented with the support of the Leadership Now Project.

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