Hands Off My Ballot!

Join us on Tuesday, September 12 to protest the Pence-Kobach Commission on Election Integrity at St. Anselm College, where the commission will hold its second meeting. The ACLU-NH and the NH Campaign for Voting Rights are coordinating actions in the field and online to build collective action and exercise our grassroots power. Here are four actions you can take to challenge the Pence-Kobach Commission:

1.    Join the protest! Stand against the Pence-Kobach Commission meeting on Tuesday morning.  RSVP HERE.

2.    Attend the hearing! To reserve a spot at the committee hearing, email the Election Integrity Commission staff<mailto:ElectionIntegrityStaff@ovp.eop.gov>. If you receive a ticket please let me know<mailto:gibson@aclu-nh.org>.


3.    Make signs for the protest! Help us prepare for the protest at the America Votes office at 2 p.m. on Friday, September 8. Let me know you're coming by sending an email<mailto:gibson@aclu-nh.org> with your name, email and phone number.

4.    Write a letter! Send a letter to the editors of state and local publications about the "sham" commission. Email me<mailto:gibson@aclu-nh.org> for talking points and instructions on how to submit your piece.

Stand with us - do not allow the Pence-Kobach Commission to go unchallenged! Thank you and keep up the fight!

WHEN
September 12, 2017 at 8am - 10am
WHERE
NHIP, St. Anselm's College
100 St Anselm's Dr
Manchester, NH 03102
United States
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CONTACT
Olivia Zink · · 603-715-8197

Will you come?