An Evening with Greg Orman – book discussion, reading, signing

When:
June 13, 2016 @ 11:30 pm – June 14, 2016 @ 1:30 am
2016-06-13T23:30:00+00:00
2016-06-14T01:30:00+00:00
Where:
Marquette Plaza Bldg
250 S Marquette Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55401
USA
Cost:
Free

13344655_1023225824397243_7874858330186087342_nGreg Orman, Author of “A Delcaration of Independents: How to Break up the Two-Party Stranglehold” will be visiting the MNIP to discuss his book and experience as an Independent US Senate Candidates in Kansas. This is a free event, open to the public.

 

He’ll be signing/personalizing purchased copies of the book.RSVP required – email: OrmanEvent@mnip.org, off street underground parking will be validated for those who RSVP. Free light snacks and refreshments will be provided!!

In “A Declaration of Independents” Orman describes how hyper-partisanship, division, and a win-at-all-costs environment in Washington have created a toxic culture of self-interest that has left average Americans behind. Orman makes a persuasive case that without fundamental change our standard of living, our status in the world, and the very existence of the middle class are at risk. His withering critique of our ruling partisan duopoly explains why voters are choosing unconventional candidates in increasing numbers – from his own 2014 Senate race to the nation’s 2016 presidential campaign.

 

Recent Media/Reviews:

http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/videos/2016-05-17/greg-orman-s-lessons-from-a-third-party-run

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2016-05-02/greg-ormans-ingenious-independent-fix-for-americas-political-system

Phil Fuehrer joined the Independence Party in March 1995 and became State Platform Committee Chair that April. He is a co-author of the Constitution and Bylaws rewrite done that year - much of which is still in use. During his 20+ years with the IP he has served in such positions as Fourth Congressional District Chair, Constitution/Bylaws Committee Chair and as a member of the State Executive Committee. Phil is a 3-time candidate representing the IP (State Representative and twice for St. Paul City Council) and was the first IP candidate to receive the endorsement of a major Minnesota newspaper (St. Paul Pioneer Press, 1996). He has also served in top level positions for Secretary of State and U.S. Senate campaigns as well as an advisor to numerous other local and statewide candidacies.

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