- Sat, Oct 13 – Fake News, Propaganda, and Plain Old Lies – Book Signing & Reception w/Donald Barclay @ 2:00pm – Mariposa County Board of Supervisors Chambers.
Progressive Mariposa and the Mariposa County Library have both signed up to partner with other organizations and libraries around the country in this non-partisan nation-wide event.
Progressive Mariposa board members will be in front of the Mariposa County Library and the Books Galore Book Store to register new voters.
National Voter Registration Day – Mariposa
Start: September 25, 2018 – 8:30 am
End: September 25, 2018 – 5:00 pm
Mariposa County Library
4978 10th St
Mariposa, CA 95338
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 24, 2018
Press Contact: Kolby Lee
Nonpartisan National Holiday Aims to Register 300,000 Voters
Thousands of Organizations Team Up for Massive Midterms Registration Drive
Team Progressive Mariposa has been on hiatus thru most of the summer, except for an occasional board meeting and a get-together to work on our Bylaws. #FergusonFire caused everyone to lose a month, including us, and we’ve had to adjust our Fall schedule and reconvening accordingly.
We’d hoped to have a draft of our Bylaws ready for review in early August but that date has now been pushed out to SOON™. They are essentially ready for review, we just need to add some parts and pieces to make them more complete. We will definitely have them out before our next meeting on October 27th (yes, October 27th) so we can discuss at the meeting.
With the Bylaws, members in good standing (having paid dues) will be voting to ratify the Bylaws and will be able to serve… Continue reading
A debate between Tom McClintock, current CD04 Representative, and Jessica Morse, will be hosted by the Mariposa Gazette on September 23, 2018.
The event is to be held from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at the Richard D. Fiester Auditorium at Mariposa High School.
The format for the debate will include an equal amount of time for each candidate to address the issues.
Greg Little, editor and co-owner of the Mariposa Gazette, will moderate.
There are a limited amount of tickets available for this debate. The campaign committees for the candidates will each receive 25 percent of the tickets. The remaining tickets (one-half) will be distributed by the newspaper.
To do that fairly, there will be a lottery established for the tickets. Persons are being asked to send their requests for debate tickets to firstname.lastname@example.org, or dropped off at… Continue reading