Saturday, May 23, 2020

Why is the Working Families Party Getting Involved in a Democratic Primary?

Hello Bronx Progressives members!

Sochie Nnaemeka, Director of the NY Working Families Party will be joining us for this today's BIG Saturday Phonebank!
We are calling residents of the 15th Congressional district to check in on them, see if they are in need of any assistance, talk about the movement to #CancelRent and how to get involved with mutual aid!

Never made calls before? No worries! We will do a screen share to show you how to uses our easy to use phone banking software.

Join us using Zoom from 1 pm to 4 pm here

Find the link to the phonebanking software here:

RSVP here for this or any other Saturday!

***This meeting is ADA accessible and is a safe space for all races, religions, sexes, gender identities, ages and beliefs***


If Samely's Lopez wants to run with the Working Families Party, Samelys Lopez should drop out of the Democratic primary and run on the Working Families Party Line.

Why is the Working Families Party involved in a Democratic Primary? This needs to be investigated by the New York State Attorney General's office, as to why one political party is involved in another political parties primary.

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