Charleston – Bridge To West Virginia’s Future Rally: Aug 19th, 5:30 PM

#SealTheDeal Day of Action
https://www.mobilize.us/wv-wfp/event/407289/
500 Virginia St E, Charleston, WV 25301

 

On August 19th, 2021, as a part of a statewide and nationwide day of action, West Virginian’s will gather in front of Senator Shelley Moore Capito’s office to rally and demand an investment in a “Bridge to West Virginia’s Future” that prioritizes West Virginian Jobs and a government that delivers for workers and families in the state, rather than out of state billionaires. From August to October, in Charleston, Morgantown & Martinsburg activists will host rotating weekly events outside of Senator Capito’s office. 

Join us to urge Congress to #SealTheDeal on the infrastructure package with $3.5T of additional funding! Let’s fight for investments in climate, care, jobs, and justice.

We need to urge our House and Senate Democrats to work together to hold the line, use their political power, and make sure we pass both the smaller bipartisan bill and the ambitious budget reconciliation bill.

If we can pass the full $3.5T budget reconciliation bill, (not one penny less!) we can help to put America on track to meet Biden’s goals of 80% clean electricity and 50% economy-wide carbon emissions reductions by 2030, marking the most significant investment in stopping climate change in U.S. history.

We demand Senator Capito invest in the future of our state.

Join activists, workers, and leaders who will rally with the planks to build this bridge and advocate for a better future for all West Virginians.

*Bring friends, signs, and your blue and gold colors as we aim to seize a better future for our state and people.*

www.sealthedeal2021.com

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