The Youth Caucus and Women's Caucus speaks with Marie Newman and Ben Hardin

July 14, 2020 at 11:00am Eastern Daylight Time, 5:00pm Paris Time, 11:00pm HKT

Following Marie Newman's big win in the Democratic primary of Illinois's 3rd congressional district, the Youth Caucus's Quyen Nguyen, Kaitlyn Min, Alex Rehbinder, and the Women's Caucus's Ann Hesse will speak to both her and her campaign manager, Ben Hardin! 

And while you are doing that, consider joining Marie in supporting our voter mobilization efforts with a $10 donation (or more!). Donations large or small will help us win in 2020. Please consider donating today. 

 

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Location Local Event Start Time
London, United Kingdom 4:00 PM BST
Paris, France 5:00 PM CEST
Nairobi, Kenya 6:00 PM EAT
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 7:00 PM GST
Bangkok, Thailand 10:00 PM ICT
Beijing, China 11:00 PM CST

About our speaker:

My story is like many of us who grew up on Chicago’s Southwest Side and throughout the suburbs, where my grandfather worked as a union mechanic for Braniff Airlines at Midway International Airport. Like many others, my dad, both grandfathers, and my uncles all served our country in the U.S. Army and Marines. My other grandfather, a union carpenter, built a double desk for me and my sister to study so we might be among the first in my family to go to college. I still use that desk today.

Born at Little Company of Mary Hospital and raised in St. Barnabas Parish, I learned from an early age the importance of staying engaged in my community. As I grew up, my family relocated to Palos Park, where I attended Carl Sandburg High School and worked at Orland Square Mall.

To cover my college tuition at Marquette University, I signed up for a work-study program, cleaning at the Food Service and hitting the books in between. I then attended the University of Wisconsin, where I graduated in four years, while also completing five internships.

I worked my way up to become a partner in one of the largest ad agencies in the U.S. and later left to start my own successful consulting business.

When one of my children was severely bullied in school, I founded a national non-profit program called “Team Up To Stop Bullying” with my partner, Sears, to address the problem—ultimately expanding it nationwide. I worked directly with state and federal legislators to make anti-bullying policies a priority and wrote a book designed to provide solutions for both parents and schools that is in use across the country. I have also served as a state and national advocate for health care rights, income equality, LGBTQ+ rights, and common-sense gun safety.

The Third District needs a coalition builder and a fighter for workers, their families, and the middle-class. We need an advocate to grow small businesses, protect health care rights, and serve as a champion for education and training programs that lead to real jobs to move our district forward. I strongly believe in reducing health care and prescription drug costs, guarding Social Security, restoring workers’ rights, protecting women’s health care, caring for our veterans, and keeping Medicare safe.

HOW CAN I SUPPORT HER?

Get involved with supporting Marie! Visit her website and follow her on social media for the most up-to-date information on the campaign:

Learn more: https://www.marienewmanforcongress.com/

Facebook: Marie Newman for Congress

Instagram: @Marie4Congress

 

WHEN
July 14, 2020 at 11am - 11:45am Eastern
WHERE
Zoom-ONLINE
CONTACT
Sam Wong ·
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Bruce Murray Brady Jalili Zo Loren Paglinawan Miguel Madrigal Ann Hesse Onelica Andrade Lisa Jimney-Stoll Theresa Morelli-Fornari Susan Fitoussi Lyndsay King Monica Gonzalez Vincienzo Cabrera Madeleine Savit Christina Skovsgaard Katie Solon Quyen Nguyen Brendan Schultz Samantha Wong Martin Washington Carol Moore Catherine Coggan Andrew Yuan Tyler Cofield Bill Barnard Pierre Filatov Alex Rehbinder

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