Gerry's Last Birthday Party at Saginaw Office Launch

We’ve got a two-in-one celebration coming at ya with this event in Saginaw!


Join Voters Not Politicians volunteers at our Saginaw office ribbon-cutting ceremony AND help us start a new American tradition: mark the end of gerrymandering by celebrating the LAST birthday of the man who gave his name to the practice - Elbridge Gerry.


This party represents the kick-off of the next phase of the Voters Not Politicians campaign, where we will focus on reaching millions of voters in Michigan to gather support to end gerrymandering by passing an Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission this November.


We’ll also raise a glass for a farewell toast to the Father of Gerrymandering before we end the unfair process for good this Election Day!


Stop by our office at the First Congregational Church of Saginaw between 5pm and 8pm to learn more about our efforts and for an opportunity to meet local campaign leaders and volunteers. Refreshments will be available.


Whether you were part of our historic signature collection effort last fall, or you’ve just learned about Voters Not Politicians, now is the time to join with thousands of volunteers from every corner of the state.


It’s time to blow out the candles on gerrymandering!

July 17, 2018 at 5pm - 8pm
First Congregational Church Saginaw
403 S Jefferson
Saginaw, MI 48607
United States
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Terry Maxwell Kathleen Skelcy Arletta French Jackie Doig Pat Parker Peter Bagley

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