We’re pleased to announce our Netroots Nation 2013 agenda! Below you’ll find panels, training sessions and more. Over the next several weeks we’ll be confirming and adding speakers, and assigning rooms and times. For now the session titles and descriptions are available to browse.

Click here to download a PDF of the 2013 schedule grid.

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Liquid Courage - Netroots Nation 2013 kickoff party with Howard Dean

Liquid Courage, will feature Gov. Howard Dean and will be held on Wednesday, June 19th from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose. There will be a California-themed photo booth, robots, virtual reality, and special Liquid Courage cocktails. Ari Rabin-Havt of Media Matters will also be broadcasting a Netroots Nation edition of The Agenda on Sirius/XM live from the party. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to the first Netroots Nation in the Golden State!

Make sure you book your travel and accommodations accordingly, you won’t want to miss out.

Morning News Dump with Lizz Winstead, Shannyn Moore and Cliff Schecter

It’s the third year in a row that this trio helps you jump start your Netroots mornings talking the big news stories of the day with zero regard for FCC regulations. Grab your coffee before the action begins each morning while getting an freewheeling and hilarious update of the day’s news with Daily Show co-creator and comedian Lizz Winstead, Radio host, journalist Shannyn Moore and Pundit, author and teller of truths, Cliff Schecter.

The Morning News Dump is sorta like “Morning Joe,” minus the guests who have gotten everything wrong for the past 10 years. Each morning these three will also welcome some of your favorite bloggers and politicians as well to give you a download of the days news before you hit the Netroots ground running.
They already have lined up Joan Walsh, Dave Dayden, David Waldman joining plus some other very special guests!

Roll out of bed and join them!

Rights in the Balance: The Supreme Court and Social Justice

The current term of the U.S. Supreme Court includes some of the most important cases in decades. By the end of the term—quite possibly just as Netroots Nation is getting underway—the Court will issue decisions that will have a huge impact on who can get married, who can vote and who can go to college. This panel will discuss these seminal cases affecting marriage equality, voting rights and affirmative action; propose action steps to build on favorable decisions and counter the impact of adverse decisions; and reinforce the urgent need to press the Obama administration for a progressive judiciary.

Watch live streaming video from fstv1 at livestream.com

Led by: Nan Aron

Panelists: Rick Jacobs, Pam Karlan, Thomas Saenz

Making Wall Street Tremble: Case Studies from Innovative Corporate Campaigns

Over the past year, grassroots campaigns have taken on some of the biggest Wall Street corporations in the country and scored real, tangible victories against behemoths like Walmart, Bank of America and Hyatt. Come learn from the strategists and on-the-ground organizers running these campaigns and hear their case studies to learn what they did, how they did it and where they’re headed next.

Watch live streaming video from freespeechtv3 at livestream.com

Led by: Brian Young

Panelists: Shabnam Bashiri, Barbara Collins, Andrea Dehlendorf, Maurice Weeks, Cathy Youngblood

The Price of the Ticket: Uncovering the Real Cost of Mass Incarceration

America’s addiction to incarceration has reached a crisis level. More than 2 million people are currently locked up, we spend more on lock-up than on higher education. One in 15 black men are behind bars. Join us for a panel that exposes the problem of mass incarceration. We’ll also explore how we can change the terms of the debate to turn the tide. The mainstream media labels whole classes of people as lifelong “criminals” and creates an atmosphere of fear that the beneficiaries of the prison economy use to quell reform. The Netroots can change that, and we’ll talk about how.

Watch live streaming video from fstv1 at livestream.com

Led by: Jakada Imani

Panelists: Lenore Anderson, Julianne Hing, Luis Nolasco

What the Frack?! The Impact of Fracking on our Health and Environment and What We Can Do About It

Hydraulic fracturing, otherwise known as fracking, is one of the biggest threats to our environment. Companies and our government are allowing this process to go unregulated and untested. An emergence of activist groups and NGOs have surfaced to help fight and ensure our rights are protected. Join us to hear the real story about fracking and how you can get involved.

Led by: Kaili Lambe

Panelists: Michael Green, Ansje Miller, Mark Schlosberg, Lance Simmens

Exercising the Power of the Latino Electorate

Latinos played a decisive role in the 2012 presidential role and their record turnout in support of President Obama was one of the reasons the President won in a landslide. What worked—and what didn’t—in engaging Latinos this past election cycle? And what are the best methods to increase Latino voter participation in non-presidential elections?

Led by: Nicole Rivera

Panelists: Sergio Lopez, Tony Madrigal, Eddy Morales, Raquel Simental

The Battle for the Midwest: Where We’ve Been, What We’ve Learned and How We Bring Labor Back

Labor found itself under siege in 2012 with the loss in the Wisconsin recall election and the passage of Right to Work laws in Indiana and Michigan. These laws have immediate implications for both the workers they disempower and the unions they attempt to dismantle. Left unchecked they will stifle the voice of labor, and irrevocably skew the electorates of these key states in the wrong direction. One has to look no further than Governor Snyder’s justification for signing the law (“We have to keep up with Indiana!”) to see the threat of a domino effect, with states like Ohio and Pennsylvania next in line. How we settle these disputes in the Midwest will set the tone for how we move the national economy forward. Find out how progressives will contain the damage done and recover the losses sustained.

Led by: Julielyn Gibbons

Panelists: Bob Burke, Karli Wallace, Sara Wallenfang

The New Netroots: Getting the Web We Want

Recent success of the Internet rights activism shows that issues like copyright reform, universal access to open networks and online privacy resonate deeply with people in the U.S. and around the globe. The hacker collective Anonymous has mobilized an unknown army of online activists in defense of Internet freedoms worldwide; pro-democracy dissidents across the Middle East and North Africa have used the Internet as a vital tool for organizing protest and fighting censorship; the death of Aaron Swartz has amplified support for his fight to free knowledge and make it accessible to all, and new coalitions of organizers and technologists are building community networks to connect people in the poorest communities. The community is diverse and widespread but do we really get along? We’ll hear from representatives from each of these movements in a frank discussion about common values and objectives as the broader Internet freedom community gains momentum.

Watch live streaming video from fstv2 at livestream.com

Led by: Timothy Karr

Panelists: Ellery Roberts Biddle, Tiffiniy Cheng, Rainey Reitman

The Year of the Woman: Moving the Needle Forward for Feminism

We’ve danced globally combating violence against women, and we’ve given micro-grants out the wazoo to women’s initiatives around the world. So why are we still fighting for gender equality in 2013? What revolutionary tools are working for us? What does Bra Burning 2.0 look like? Join digital activists for a discussion about gender inequity and how to proactively move the needle on womens’ issues day by day.

Led by: Stephanie Block

Panelists: Aimee Allison, Shannon Farley, Clare Winterton, Gayle Karen Young

Kill the Press Release: Pitching Media in a New Media World

The press release was born in 1906, before the internet, mobile phones or television and just 10 years after the invention of radio. Since its birth, we’ve revolutionized the way we communicate. With everyone except media, that is. In 2013, most PR professionals rely on an expensive media database to produce their overly broad pitch lists, then blast that list with a one-size-fits-all message. This training will provide an overview on how to set goals, develop a pitch list without an expensive database and craft pitches that stand out in inboxes.

Trainers: Chris Cassidy

We Spent a Year Monitoring 10,000 Facebook Pages: Here's What You Should Know

A handful of progressive organizers have built a new tool for finding the absolute best social posts on the web. We’ll both talk about how to use the tool to improve your own feeds but also share all the best practices we’ve learned from monitoring nearly 10,000 Facebook Pages for the last year. Hint: There’s a secret from Ebony’s Facebook Page that you should be using every single day.

Trainers: Brandon Silverman

Write Like You Mean It: How to Write Advocacy Emails That Motivate People

Think of your favorite book and the way you feel when you open it. Now imagine: wouldn’t it be nice if advocacy emails were actually fun to read, too? In this session, we’ll teach you how to make your emails reach people at a deeper level through storytelling, the power of voices and language that speaks to people’s senses, not just their sense of outrage. We’ll use case studies to illustrate effective email structure and how to create a theory of change that makes sense and how to implement creative writing techniques to craft emails that people want to read all the way through. We’ll discuss finding authentic voices for your content, and connecting with your audience on a deeper level.

Trainers: Jess Livoti-Morales, Evan Sutton

How to Win Friends and Influence People at Netroots Nation

First-time Netroots attendee? Not the hugest fan of conferences? Scared about meeting all these people? This session’s for you. Networking gets a bad rap, but we’ll unpack some tips and tricks, as well as workshop specific strategies for getting past our own insecurities to further the goals we have, the goals of our organization, and the goals of the movement.

Trainers: John Brougher

Intolerance Abroad: Overcoming Violence and Repression and Moving Toward Global LGBT Solidarity

Recent progress for LGBT Americans—in civil rights and in the slow but steady gains in dismantling institutional discrimination in mainline Protestant churches—has created a backlash not in the U.S. but in countries all over the world. Conservative white evangelicals, sensing defeat at home, have turned the export of religious homophobia into a cottage industry. Thus the increased repression and violence that LGBT people in parts of Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America are facing is a perverse byproduct of our successes in the U.S. We need models of global solidarity that recognize the unique development of LGBT movements in other countries and our unique responsibility to fight the U.S.-driven neocolonial export of Western intolerance.

Led by: Dorothee Benz

Panelists: Andre Banks, Kapya Kaoma, Jeena Shah

State Battles 2013: Fighting Together to Block the Right-Wing Agenda

We are under attack! In state capitals across the nation, we have seen decades of hard-fought workplace rights wiped out, women’s reproductive rights severely restricted, environmental protections wrecked and Americans’ fundamental right to vote under attack. Labor unions, women’s rights organizations, environmental watchdogs, voting rights groups and activists across the progressive movement must work together to withstand the corporate-funded, right-wing assault on all of our rights. This panel will discuss the ways that progressive organizations have been working together at the state level to defend against extreme right-wing legislation. The discussion will also touch on shared strategy, targets and tactics for these movements going forward.

 

Watch live streaming video from fstv2 at livestream.com

Led by: Josh Eidelson

Panelists: Carmen Berkley, Heather Holdridge, Seth Johnson, Amy Runyon Harms

Organizing Beyond Elections: Judicial Vacancies are the Keys to a Generation of Change

Judicial vacancies are rarely talked about in our states. The truth is, while we focus on election cycles that can affect change for two, four or six years, appointing a judge impacts us for a lifetime. Hear about the crisis in our courts as 160 million Americans are affected by judicial vacancies and the opportunities progressives have to create lasting change and diversity in the judicial branch.

 

Watch live streaming video from freespeechtv3 at livestream.com

Led by: Brian Fadie

Panelists: Marge Baker, Sandhya Bathija, Matt Glazer

Harnessing the Power of Young Communities of Color: The Success Story of San Jose’s Minimum Wage Increase

An unyielding coalition of college students, labor leaders, non-profits and progressive activists came together to win an uphill battle to raise San Jose’s minimum wage to $10 an hour—an unheard of $2 jump in one fell swoop. With a focus on young Vietnamese and Latino communities, the coalition captivated volunteers who had not previously been part of the process. This rising electorate is up for grabs unless our movement delivers meaningful public policy change. We’ll show you how to choose campaigns that knit together coalitions to change power.

Led by: Dorian Warren

Panelists: Cindy Chavez, Ben Field, Nicky Gonzalez Yuen, Elisha St. Laurent

What Political Consultants Don't Want Donors to Know: How to Win Elections with Data-driven Field Operations

While political consultants in Washington rake in hefty paychecks for multi-million dollar ad buys, many elections in 2012 were won not by way of expensive ad buys, but with sophisticated field operations, the most effective of which were largely volunteer-powered. The panelists will discuss how data-driven field campaigns that use research to determine tactics are not only cost-effective, but have a much stronger impact on influencing voters and winning elections. The panelists will discuss the strategies they employed to identify and move the voters who can actually make an impact on the outcome of an election without breaking the bank.

Watch live streaming video from freespeechtv at livestream.com

Led by: Andy Kroll

Panelists: Biko Baker, Becky Bond, Ethan Roeder, Regina Schwartz

Not Your Mother’s Abortion Fight: Millennials, Youth of Color and the Fight for Reproductive Justice

Many youth of color and young feminists today see the fight for abortion rights as part of a broader fight for justice in multiple arenas. We’ll talk about reproductive justice as a framework for creating a more inclusive conversation about what it takes for every person to make decisions about sex, health, reproduction and parenting and how these issues intersect in the fight for economic justice and human rights.

 

Watch live streaming video from fstv2 at livestream.com

Led by: Colleen Crinion

Panelists: Travis Ballie, Jessica González-Rojas, Atima Omara-Alwala, Mari Schimmer, Aimee Thorne-Thompson

Base Building and Elections: Winning While Building Grassroots Power

This session will address how elections can be won in such a way that power is built up in the grassroots and that winning is more than 50 percent plus 1. Participants will learn how we can use elections to build and expand the base by bringing new people into the process by building authentic relationships in communities. We will also discuss how communities and constituencies must be seen as partners in this work in order to create infrastructure that lasts long after the election, builds power and grows new leaders. Will will demonstrate how to put together a base building plan that utilizes power mapping and targeting, as well as share success stories from successful campaigns.

Trainers: Peggy Flanagan, Prairie Rose Seminole

Shake It Up: Getting Savvy and Successful at Driving Organizational Change

Do you feel your organization is falling behind or even failing at its purpose? Do you feel organizational change has become harder to achieve? Many progressives feel this way, yet we rarely get the time to learn about the science and skill of leading change from within. We will share effective tools and model cases for dissolving the barriers to change in your organization. You may want to lead your organization to adopt new technologies, develop a more rigorous or creative culture, build greater diversity, innovate new methods and services or tap untapped resources. We will workshop our challenges, harnessing intelligence from all types of organizations, focusing particularly on new insights into behavioral psychology and the power of story. Those who submit challenges beforehand will help the trainers cater the training material to those needs.

Trainers: Ryan Senser

Influencing Public Policy in the Digital Age: Legal Rules and Regulations for Social Media

Nonprofits are built on a foundation of relationships, and tools like Facebook and Twitter allow nonprofits to expand our relationships and our worlds. But new tools come with a tangled web of rules and regulations, and many nonprofits are hesitant about engaging in online advocacy. Can a c3 lose its tax status over a careless Tweet? What happens when a politician “likes” your organization’s Facebook page? This training will clarify the rules for using social media, blogs and email as part of your advocacy toolkit. Trainers will give concrete examples and invite the audience to discuss hypothetical situations to develop a deeper understanding of the rules that apply to online advocacy.

Trainers: Daren Garshelis, Kim Lehmkuhl, Jon Rodney

Stories to Save the World

It’s well known that stories are one of the most influential methods of communication. You may not realize it yet, but your campaign or organization is sitting on a gold mine of powerful stories just waiting to be told. This training seeks to empower campaigns and advocacy organizations to utilize members’ stories to bolster campaigns in both powerful and original ways. We’ll begin by exploring the power of your story and how you can use it in your work. We will also explore how to use email and social media to identify members with compelling stories to tell. Then we’ll go through best practices for engaging your members, and then selecting and developing the best possible narratives. Finally we’ll use case studies from well known progressive organizations to demonstrate how to effectively use these stories in your campaigns.

Trainers: Matt Blizek, Julian Mocine-McQueen

Best Practices and Trends in Social Issue Film Outreach:  Engaging Audiences With Winning Campaigns

In today’s complicated media world, what tools and tricks do social issue filmmakers (and their grassroots and grasstops allies) need to know to design campaigns that mobilize film audiences and create meaningful political action? What are best practices? What strategies work best for those intractable and controversial political issues that can be especially polarizing? As trends in technology impact filmmaking and online organizing, what’s changing and what’s enduring? Join a lively conversation about the present and future of audience engagement with a panel of social issue filmmakers and community engagement campaign designers.  These panelists are committed to offering concrete and substantive strategies and tactics that you can literally put into action as soon as you walk out the door!  One lucky audience member will be chosen at random, and our panel will workshop their film on the spot as a case study for creating a successful engagement campaign.

Led by: Celia Alario

Panelists: Sahar Driver, Michael Kwan, Leah Lamb, Libby Lenkinski

Between Intervention and Isolationism: Finding the Future of Progressive Foreign Policy

The Iraq war, and the progressive movement that rose up to oppose and end it, was a watershed moment in American history.  The Iraq experience, its far-reaching costs and consequences, have reshaped the way that many Americans view the usefulness of military interventions in promoting U.S. national security.  The economic crisis has also made Americans far less inclined to support open-ended military deployments abroad. But is a more restrained US foreign policy one that serves progressive principles? Should progressives embrace calls for a more limited U.S. role in the world? This panel will discuss how the U.S. foreign policy discussion has changed over the past ten years, and the effort to articulate a view of U.S. national security consistent with progressive ideals.

American Indian Caucus

HOSTS: Neeta Lind aka navajo and Tim Lange aka Meteor Blades

SPEAKERS: Actor Michael Horse, a Wounded Knee veteran who participates regularly in the national American Indian Community.

Pennie Opal Plant, Pennie spoke at a cimate change event in San Francisco this spring. Her current activism focuses on protesting the Keystone XL pipeline.

Corrina Gould, a member of the Ohlone tribe that inhabited the East Bay before the European invaders. Corrina fights to protect Glen Cove (Sogorea Te), a sacred shellmound burial ground and village site on the Carquinez Strait in Vallejo, CA from development.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME. You can let us know you’re attending at our facebook event page.

Going on Offense: Austerity is Dead

Duncan Black has successfully brought the case for expanding Social Security from the progressive blogosphere to the pages of USA Today. Duncan explains how he has flipped the austerity script—and how other progressives can duplicate his efforts.

Alex Lawson of Social Security Works will join Duncan in conducting the training. Social Security Works engaged the Topos Partnership and KNP communications to research current opinions about Social Security, pinpoint where the program fits into people’s cognitive schemas, and develop a proactive messaging framework that would even convince skeptics. Their findings may surprise you, but the evidence is compelling.

Progressives have been fighting the battle to protect Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid for years. But, why are we merely defending the programs when we face a retirement security crisis? Social Security and Medicare are the solution, not the problem. Pushing for their expansion is both good policy and good politics. We can put the austerity crowd on the defensive.

Panelists: Duncan Black, Alex Lawson

Roundtable with Organizing For Action and Jon Carson

Who is Organizing for Action?

President Obama proved that millions of Americans can come together to build a movement for change. Come talk with OFA leadership about the next chapter of this grassroots organizing and how the progressive movement can work together to pass the agenda Americans voted for last fall.

Featuring:

  • Jon Carson, Executive Director
  • Linsay Siler, Director of Issue Campaigns
  • Sara El-Amine, Grassroots Organizing Director
  • Toby Fallsgraff, Digital Director

Conversation with Derek Cressman, Candidate for California Secretary of State

As a good government advocate for the past 18 years, Derek Cressman helped to pass major reforms in California such as Election Day Voter Registration and pre-registration of high school students.

This week he launched his campaign to be California’s next Secretary of State. Join Derek Cressman for a conversation and Q&A about his experience working with non-partisan organizations like Common Cause and the Public Interest Research Groups, his grassroots campaign, and more.

Moderator: Calitics.com publisher Brian Leubitz

Screening: God Loves Uganda

God Loves Uganda explores the role of the American evangelical movement in Uganda, where American missionaries have been credited with both creating schools and hospitals and promoting dangerous religious bigotry. The film follows evangelical leaders in America and Uganda along with politicians and missionaries as they attempt the radical task of eliminating “sexual sin” and converting Ugandans to fundamentalist Christianity.

Panelists: Andre Banks, Sean Lyness

LGBT Caucus

Connect with like-minded folks and talk with others from your community in our identity caucuses.

Australian Caucus

Join us for a special geographic caucus for Netroots Nation attendees from Australia and their friends from anywhere.

State/Local Blogger Caucus

Hosted by the Northwest Progressive Institute ( http://www.nwprogressive.org/ ) come to expand your network and talk about issues facing state and local bloggers.

Conversation and Book Signing with Lizz Winstead and Joan Walsh

Join Lizz Winstead and Joan Walsh for a conversation and Q/A, about their books, “Lizz Free Or Die” and “What’s The Matter With White People: Why We Long For A Golden Age That Never Was.” newly released in Paperback. They bring out in each other a side you don’t often see and because they are such good friends, through this conversation, they will bring out of each other a lot of the back story of why these books were so important for each of them to write.
Plus you get to ask questions!
Joan and Lizz will also do a reading. But not from their own books.
From books that are very, very different.
You don’t wanna miss it!
Both books will be available for purchase and signing following the conversation.

Filmmaker Caucus

Introduce yourself to producers, directors, editors, distributors, writers and aficionados in this roundtable meet-and-greet.  Hosted by Fred Gooltz and Justin Krebs of Screening Liberally.

Led by: Fred Gooltz, Justin Krebs

Battleground Caucus: California

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Colorado

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Florida

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Georgia

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Iowa

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Minnesota

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Missouri

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: North Carolina

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: New Hampshire

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: New Mexico

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Ohio

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Texas

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Utah

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Battleground Caucus: Virginia

Want to know more about what’s happening in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Virginia? Curious about key races and major ballot initiatives coming up? Come to one of these battleground state caucuses and find out how you can get involved. Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in each state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE: These sessions are not just for residents of those states; come if you’re interested in getting involved or learning more.

Netroots Nation 2016