2020 REGIONAL SUMMIT & MARCH TO WIN

HOW WE WIN | 2020 INCO REGIONAL SUMMIT


SATURDAY, JANUARY 18


Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Summit starts promptly at 9 a.m.
Lovell Showroom, 426 14th Street, Astoria

Gather with us for inspiration, activism, and information.

We can't let the GOP and other right-wing forces turn Oregon red.
Join us as we make our country better.

*Time for lunch is limited. Bring your own, or order a box lunch now. Scroll down for more information.

INCO'S MARCH TO WIN

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18

3 pm  •  Heritage Square, 12th and Exchange, Astoria
Join us for a peaceful walk through downtown Astoria.
Bring your signs, tambourines, and passion for democracy!

SAFETY:  We will walk peacefully on the sidewalk for less than a mile in downtown Astoria. Obey traffic lights and stop signs. Use common sense and courtesy. Listen to INCO's volunteer safety monitors in neon vests.

BE PREPARED: Do not engage with hecklers. Ignore them. In the unlikely event of a physical threat, call 911. If press or others ask to interview you, it's OK to decline to speak. If you choose to talk, ask who is interviewing and how the material will be used.

PARKING & PETS: Unlimited free street parking is widely available up the hill from Exchange Street. Two- and three-hour parking is available in many downtown locations. Pets must be on a lease. Public bathrooms are 1/2-block east of 12th on Exchange.

PHOTOS: Please post your photos on the INCO Facebook page or email them to incoregon@gmail.com.

4 comments:

  1. What is the itinerary for the Summit starting at 9:00 a.m.? We are looking at traveling from the valley and would like to know this information.

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  2. Thanks for asking! Erica Goldman, a regional organizer from Swing Left, is keynote speaker, and leads us in writing (personalizing) letters to voters. Then Run for Something - why running for office and campaigning matter, w/ a panel of local/regional electeds. Afternoon is brief updates about clean energy, campaign finance reform, the census - emphasis on Oregon. Then commitments for action, then MARCH TO WIN. The emphasis is on action, inspiration, community, information.

    We'd love to have you - just be mindful of driving over in crazy weather, tricky roads.
    Best,
    Laurie Caplan
    INCO Co-chair

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  3. Where can I order a box lunch?

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  4. The deadline was Thursday...hope you found nourishment regardless!

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