The St. Louis weather continues at its finest - with downpours one day and snowdrifts the next - but that won't stop us! Come rain, sleet, hail, or snow, MOPC still does the work. We'll be kicking off canvassing and classy events in the weeks to come, so read on to find out more about how we'll be beating the cold.
Starting off Strong
Wednesday, we joined Annie Rice at Wild Carrot to kick off her re-election campaign! It was fantastic time, and we were thrilled to see the dozens of friends who came out in support of Annie and the 8th Ward. A very special thanks to The King and I for their phenomenal catering, and to everyone who braved the cold to join us!
If you want to learn more about Annie and her work in the 8th Ward, check out her website here, or follow her on Facebook and Twitter. If you're interested in volunteering, Annie is holding a canvassing kickoff tomorrow - click the link below for more information!
Visions of the Future
On December 14th, catch us with Bruce Franks as we celebrate the end of one year and plans for the next. Bruce has been hard at work - fighting for transparency and accountability, getting support to those that need it most, and above all keeping his message real. Save the date for next Friday - we're sure it'll be a night to remember.
Blustery weather hasn't slowed Representative-Elect Kevin Windham down a bit! As Kevin finishes up his Freshman Tour and orientation, we're getting hyped for his Town Hall on the 18th. Come join us, and talk with Kevin about those issues most important to you.
Together, let's move the #85thForward.
For more information about Kevin and his upcoming events click the link below!
For those of you who answered "Jingle Bells" for last week's out-of-this-world trivia question, congratulations! Gemini 6 Astronauts Tom Stafford and Wally Schirra thought it would be hilarious to prank Mission Control with their "transmission" from an unidentified orbiting object. Using a harmonica and sleigh bells they had smuggled onto the mission, they produced a rendition of Jingle Bells that will go down in history.
For this week's question, we turn to the world of television and political activism. Good luck, dear readers, and have fun!