This forum is for all CCRC members and organizations interested in post-election analysis.
We will hear from the ACLU, Anthony Thigpenn of CA Calls, Rick Jacobs of Courage Campaign, and others about lessons learned from the ballot campaigns and what's next. We'll discuss with Kathay Feng of Common Cause what the new California Democratic super-majority means and some of the possibilities. We'll also talk about litigation in response to the elections. As usual, organizations will get a chance to share updates and build with each other. Agenda to follow.
Travel funds available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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