Monday, July 26, 2010
Dave Ewoldt, a Green-turned-independent candidate for the state Senate LD 28, wants to talk. Here's a news release:
Tonight, 7 pm to 9 pm
Monday Evening Community Conversation
2602 E. Grant Rd. Tucson, AZ
(Across Forgeus Ave from Kingfisher restaurant)
What issues are you most concerned about? What can we rationally and reasonably do about them? How can we further the project of improving quality of life?
The foundational assumptions for these conversations are that there is a path to a sustainable future; that we can strengthen community relationships; that we can create a viable and resilient local economy; and that we can protect and restore the environment all of the above depend on.
As part of Transition Pima's ongoing Chautauqua for Change and the Dave for Arizona campaign, please join us for these regular Monday Evening Community Conversations.
However, this is not a "political" event (well, food is political), but a step in the process of reclaiming our democracy so that it works for people and planet instead of elite special interests. Everyone from anywhere on the political spectrum is welcome and encouraged to add your voice.
If you can't make it tonight, pencil these Community Conversations into your calendar for every Monday evening until Nov. 1 and participate as you're attracted.
Hope to see you there!
Co-founder, Transition Pima
Independent Candidate, AZ State Senate - LD28 http://www.daveforarizona.org