Thursday, 30 August 2018 17:32

Meet Dana Balter, Candidate for Congress in 24th District

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Dana Balter will spend the day at two events Sunday, September 9, to meet with voters in Oswego County.

Balter is running for Congress in the 24th District on a grass roots platform hoping to meet and discuss her views with future constituents. A busy day is scheduled to enable Balter to attend these functions.

Her first stop will be a Fundraiser Open House from 2:30 until 5:00 at a private home, 38 West End Avenue, Oswego. Light refreshments will be served and donations of any amount would be appreciated. Dana and staff will explain her position on issues, answer questions, discuss her platform, and would love to meet with undecided voters to answer questions.

Balter’s next event will be an open Town Hall Meeting beginning at 6:00 at the American Foundry, 246 W Seneca Street, Oswego. Balter has always and has pledged to continue to meet with all voters and future constituents. She will give an overview of her platform, answer questions, and mingle with attendees. This town hall, one of many, will prove to be very informative with staff on hand to answer more questions

These events are open to all so come and meet Dana in person to understand why Dana is running, who she will represent, and what her plans are to help equalize the unbalanced powers in Washington.

These September 9 events are sponsored by the Dana Balter Campaign and We the People of Oswego Indivisible, an organization which consists of a group of concerned citizens working to educate themselves and the public, bring about positive change, and hold elected officials accountable on issues important to citizens of Oswego County such as health care, the environment, equality, and immigration. Meetings are held every other Wednesday at 5 pm at the Oswego Public Library Conference Room. The next meeting will be September 12 and is open to the public.

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