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Progressive Power Building for 2015 Seminar and Mixer

Advance Chicago

Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CST)

Progressive Power Building for 2015 Seminar and Mixer

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Build Progressive Power!

It's time to move beyond just talking about the many issues in Chicago and begin to build progressive power to challenge the status quo! Let's stand with the Progressive Reform Caucus and push to build progressive power in Chicago! (Also, thanks to our speakers at the last event, Ald. Sawyer, Ald. Fioretti, Ald. Waguespack and Ald. Arena). 

Did you know Progressive Alliance PAC raises money to support progressive candidates? 

Did you know Northside Democracy for America is looking to support 15 aldermanic candidates for the 2015 election cycle?

Join us on Tuesday, Dec. 3rd for a Progressive Power-building seminar and mixer. In addition to fundraising groups, you'll also get a chance to get feedback and share information with other candidates and supporters who are interested in helping you succeed.


Joe Laiacona: Candidate for 39th Ward Alderman

Joe will be presenting on campaign launch do's and don'ts.


Also Remarks from:

Joe Moreno: 1st Ward Alderman

Dan Kleinman: Progressive Alliance PAC

Carl Nyberg: Northside Democracy for America

Young & Powerful Group, and more 


526 E. 43rd Street

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

You don't want to miss this event!

Please RSVP as space is limited!

Contact Amara Enyia at for more info


Have questions about Progressive Power Building for 2015 Seminar and Mixer? Contact Advance Chicago

When & Where

Ain't She Sweet Cafe
526 E 43rd St
Chicago, IL 60653

Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CST)

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Advance Chicago

Advance Chicago is a seminar series that brings together thought leaders, community leaders, and residents to discuss the most pressing policy issues facing Chicago. The goal is to collaboratively address a broad array of policy areas in order to better inform the public, inform our advocacy, and develop better policies that Advance the city of Chicago. 

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