The Supreme Court’s decision in the Citizens United case is only the latest twist in the tale. Come learn the history of campaign finance, or money in politics. Join in the discussion as we discover how this state of affairs impacts each of us as individuals and influences which candidates get our vote.
Who: Indivisible Ecuador (IE)
When: Sunday, March 10th, 3:00-5:00 PM
Where: The Castle*
IE would like to thank its members for voting on topics of interest for 2019. This upcoming event will cover the increasing effect of money in politics, and how big money donors influence policy in every field of governance to the detriment of the ordinary voter.
Future meetings will cover other topics in which members expressed interest, including voter suppression, economic inequality, climate change, and more.
Come early to order food and beverages. Suggested $1.00 donation at the door.
RSVP on our Facebook page. Click on Events at: Indivisible Ecuador – and “JOIN” us while you’re there. For additional information, email us or phone Naomi Herndon at 097.990.3867.
*The Castle – On the Tomebamba River, with two entrances: On 3 de Noviembre (200 feet downriver from the Broken Bridge), and from Bajada de Todos los Santos (500 feet downhill from Todos Santos Church). Parking is available on Calle Larga, just above The Castle. You can take the stairs down from Calle Larga to the Todos Santos entrance.
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