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HOST COMMITTEE (IN FORMATION)
Steve Carlson | Erik Christoffersen |Ken Freeman | Wayne Hill | Mark Jacobsen | Michael Malaga
Jon Murchinson | Jennifer Olsen | Matt Sanchez | Peter Wheelan
The Centrist Project is creating the first political home for moderate American voters – and electing candidates who will get Washington working again. The 2014 elections will determine the balance of power in the Senate. Each election matters. This is your Senate – and you can influence its composition. Here’s your 1st step:
Meet The Centrist Project’s 1st endorsed candidate, Larry Pressler. Larry, a former Senator, is running as an Independent in South Dakota. Learn how The Centrist Project is changing the game for moderates in politics.
May 22, 2014 | 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Chairish, 455 Jackson Street, San Francisco
With Charlie Wheelan, Founder, The Centrist Project and
Larry Pressler, Senate Candidate (I), South Dakota, 1st endorsed candidate of The Centrist Project
RSVP by May 19 (scroll down for RSVP form)
Suggested donation: $250. DONATE HERE
Please consider join us at 5pm for a private reception to converse with our candidate in an intimate setting.
Suggested donation: $1,000. DONATE HERE
Location provided upon RSVP.
Larry Pressler is a former Republican senator from South Dakota. He's now running as an Independent so he can be free to help build the consensus so badly needed in Congress today. He is fiscally and environmentally responsible, socially tolerant and pragmatic! Like you, Larry just wants to get things done. Please join us to hear from Larry and The Centrist Project how we plan to break gridlock in DC and put our government to work again.
Learn More About Larry Pressler In Our Briefing Room:
Please Direct Questions and Donation Inquiries to: Pam Peak, Executive Director, The Centrist Project.
Event Hosts: Co-Hosts commit to raise $5,000. The Host Committee commits to pay or raise $2,500. To join these committees, please contact Pam Peak
Paid for in part by The Centrist Project Voice, a separate segregated fund of The Centrist Project.