May 23, 2022
Suppressed and Sabatoged: The Fight to Vote
by Robert Greenwald
Tuesday, June 21, 7pm
Universalist Church of West Hartford
433 Fern St, West Hartford
In-person and Zoom options
This is a powerful 44 minute documentary about the growing threat of voter suppression and election sabotage to our 2022 midterm elections. Calculated, unconstitutional, and racist attacks are intended to suppress the right to vote in America. This assault threatens our right to free and fair elections and targets people of color, students, and the poor in urban and rural communities.
View the film and join us for a discussion.
Help up mobilize to combat voter suppression
around the country.
RSVP: Socialjustice@westhartforduu.org if you would like a Zoom link.
Sponsored by the Universalist Church of West Hartford and ProWo
We are working with Sister District MA-RI. Our candidate is Rep. Dan Williams. He is an incumbent and a candidate who shares the same values as ours.
Why This Race Matters
Reelecting Dan Williams is crucial if we hope to take control of the Pennsylvania state legislature and protect the gains we’ve made since 2020– there is no path to victory without him. In a state with narrow margins, an open governor’s seat, and continued attacks on election administration, we need to ensure that there is a democratically appointed Secretary of State, and to do this, we must protect incumbents like Dan Williams.
Save June 2 for Wear Orange 2022
June 2, 2022
Each year since 2015, CT Against Gun Violence has partnered with other gun violence prevention organizations in Connecticut to observe National Gun Violence Awareness Day. It’s a day to honor victims, celebrate survivors and renew our pledge to work together to end gun violence.
Please click here to get updates as our plans come together, and to let us know your preference for where we hold the Wear Orange rally this year.
Early Voting Ballot Language
Here is the language that will be on our ballots this November.
“Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to permit the General Assembly to provide for early voting”
The answer is YES!
Talk this up, and get your letters to the editor ready!