We hope you can join us on Sunday, April 2nd, to lend your support to Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff running for Congress in Georgia's 6th District. This is the seat vacated by Tom Price, and we have a great chance to flip the seat from red to blue and give Democrats their first national victory since election day.
"We should unite behind Jon and send a clear message that Donald Trump doesn’t represent our values.” -Congressman John Lewis
Jon Ossoff was born and raised in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. He attended Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and received an MBA from the London School of Economics. He served as a senior national security staffer in the U.S. Congress, working with the nation’s military and intelligence community to keep our country safe while investigating wrongdoing by government contractors. Today, he leads a company that investigates corrupt politicians and organized crime.
Tickets can be purchased at the door (checks only) or online at: https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/massachusettstogetherevent
Speakers begin at 5 pm and include U.S. Representative Joseph Kennedy, MA State Senator Cynthia Creem, MA State Representative Kay Khan, MA State Representative Ruth Balser, and special guest Andrea Cabral, former Secretary of Public Safety. Speakers will be followed by live bluegrass music and refreshments.
Contributions or gifts to Jon Ossoff for Congress are not deductible for income tax purposes. An individual or federal PAC may contribute a maximum amount of $2,700/$5,000 per election, the Special and potential Run-off being separate elections. Contributions from corporations, labor organization treasury funds, foreign nationals, and federal government contractors are prohibited. Contributions must be made from the contributor's own funds, not those of another and contributors may not be reimbursed by any other person or entity. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle.