• on July 8, 2019

Save the Dates: Hill Days September 23-24


Hill Days 2019 – Secure Our Elections

2nd Annual Hill Days
September 23-24, 2019


The people have always been the heart of our democracy, and our elected officials work for us.
We need you to come to our nation’s capital, meet with your representatives, and raise your voice to defend our democracy.


Join us this September in Washington, DC for our 2nd annual Hill Days.


This two-day event will bring democracy activists together from across the nation for training and direct advocacy with your elected representatives. On Monday, September 23rd you’ll meet SUR staff, hear from experts in the reform movement, network with like-minded advocates from across the country, and receive advocacy and organizing training. Then, on Tuesday the 24th, we take to the Hill! You’ll meet with your members of Congress and their staff about legislation focused on securing our elections and improving our democracy.


When: September 23-24, 2019
Where: Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.
Why: To secure our elections!


It is critical that members of Congress and their staff hear from you, their constituents. We need your help to show Congress that there is a strong network of activists who care about protecting our democracy and securing our elections.

Stand up and join us in September for Hill Days!



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