Have you ever thought about how laws are really made, how positions on public policy are refined? Attend Citizen Lobbying Training on January 22, 2019. Being a Citizen Lobbyist is really very simple – let us show you how.
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Most people think that the only way to be politically engaged is to vote or run for office. These are important, but if want to really be in a position to inform and educate your legislators, and to advocate for issues important to you: we will show you the way.
As an individual citizen, your elected officials depend on you to provide input, to inform and educate them on issues of importance to you. Every legislator wants to do a good job, and to do good.
If you ask them, they will all tell you they want your help – and maybe you did not vote for that particular official – it does not matter. We’ll show you how to help them most effectively.
Plan to Attend Citizen Lobbyist Training
Co-Sponsored by Colorado Senior Lobby and Adams County Aging Network
When: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Time: 9:30AM to 11:30AM
Where: Margaret W. Carpenter Recreation Center
Address: 11151 Colorado Blvd, Thornton, CO 80233
Margaret W. Carpenter Recreation Center is located off of Colorado Blvd. between E. 112th and E. 108th Ave.
- Jeanette Hensley – Colorado Senior Lobby Co-Chairman of Legislative Committee & Board Member, Capitol Gang Advocate/Citizen Lobbyist
- Rich Mauro – Colorado Senior Lobby Co-Chairman of Legislative Committee & Board Member, Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)
Call Colorado Senior Lobby at 303-832-4535 or Adams County Aging Network at 303-818-7232