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Marriage Equality Phone Banking

By popular demand at the last book club we are going to phone bank to have the freedom to marry. Bring a laptop and/or cell phone if you can. There will be some training before-hand. We picked this time and place because Julie and I could make it, so we know at least two of us will be there, but it will be so much more fun with you. Rumor has it Julie may even have snacks.

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  • Julie

    Even if you can only make it for an hour, it's worth attending. Don't worry about being a few minutes late.

    October 22, 2012

  • Julie

    They switched to only having one downtown phone bank per day, so we'll be phone banking from the Equal Rights Washington's office instead of the Washington State Democrats' (and my) office.

    October 16, 2012

  • Julie

    It's literally at my office, so I'll try to bring in treats or pick up something during lunch. Phone banks often do get pizza. The building and elevator lock at 6, but the cell phone number of the 74 organizer should be posted on the door downstairs. Or feel free to call me. It's the building on the corner of 2nd and Cherry with an SBC in the lobby.

    October 2, 2012

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