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Free Speech, Hate Speech, & Censorship: Winning the 2020 Elections

EVENT DATE: Thu, Aug 15, 2019, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. / West Cumberland Community Hall, 115 Blackstrap Road, West Cumberland, ME / The Event is FREE!

Jul 17, 2019
Free Speech, Hate Speech, & Censorship: Winning the 2020 Elections
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For questions or more information about this event, please contact Peter Falkenberg Brown, the Chairman of the Gray Republican Committee, at 207-657-1428 or peterbrown@worldcommunity.com.


As a conservative have you been censored online or anywhere else? Have you self-censored your words to avoid being called a bigot or hater? Are you worried about what censorship might do to the 2020 elections? If so, you need to attend this very timely and informative program!

“Free Speech, Hate Speech, & Censorship: Winning the 2020 Elections”

Thu, Aug 15, 2019, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
West Cumberland Community Hall, 115 Blackstrap Road, West Cumberland, ME

There will be three 20+ minute presentations, followed by Q&A and discussion.

The speakers are:

  • Matt Gagnon, CEO of the Maine Heritage Policy Center
  • Charlie Honkonen, President of the Maine Federation of College Republicans
  • Peter Falkenberg Brown, Chairman of the Gray Republican Committee

The event is co-hosted by the Republican Committees of Gray and Cumberland and is co-sponsored by 22 Republican Town Committees in Cumberland County with 10 additional co-sponsors, for a total of 34 sponsors! It's an event you need to attend, and it's FREE!

Here's a PDF flyer that you can distribute at will. See you soon! PDF Flyer

Here's a JPG image file that you can download and post on Facebook, etc. JPG Image File

 

Peter Falkenberg Brown is a native of Portland. He's the Chairman of the Gray Republican Committee and is the Info/Web Committee Chair for the Cumberland County Republican Committee. He's passionate about writing, publishing, public speaking and film.

http://peterfalkenbergbrown.com


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