Conservative Lobby Day, Feb 3-4

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On February 3 and 4, Citizens’ Climate Lobby will host a Conservative Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. This event is designed for conservatives—people who are politically right-of-center—to discuss climate action with members of Congress. This will further our relationships with Republicans on the Hill and assure them that concerns about climate change are shared by other conservatives. 

b95523a97f8a69262a00eb85a13bb9af-huge-coOn February 3 and 4, Citizens’ Climate Lobby will host a Conservative Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. This event is designed for conservatives—people who are politically right-of-center—to discuss climate action with members of Congress. This will further our relationships with Republicans on the Hill and assure them that concerns about climate change are shared by other conservatives. 

If you are a conservative, we hope you will apply to attend. We also encourage you to invite other conservatives to join in this important discussion directly with their members of Congress. If you are not a conservative, this is a solid opportunity to reach out to engage conservatives—especially in districts with a Republican representative or senator.  

We have funding available to help people attend, if finances are an obstacle to making it to D.C. If you have questions, please reach out to CCL’s Conservative Outreach Director Jim Tolbert at james.tolbert@citizensclimate.org

Posted by Flannery Winchester on Nov 27, 2019 10:53 AM America/Los_Angeles

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