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Thread: RSVP for "Politics & Pints" at Grand Wood Lounge -- Gubernatorial candidates to attend

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    Not sure if this is open to the public, but I just got this in an email from the GR Chamber of Commerce.


    RSVP for "Politics & Pints" at Grand Wood Lounge -- Gubernatorial candidates to attend!



    Speak directly to the officials weighing in on the budget! Join the Friends of West Michigan Business, the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce PAC and the Grand Rapids Association of Realtors, for a happy hour networking opportunity and meet your state and local government officials. Through Politics & Pints, the Chamber hopes to connect professionals with elected officials from across the political spectrum in an atmosphere that will promote conversation.

    When: Monday, September 21 from 5:30-7 p.m.
    Where: Grand Woods Lounge, 77 Grandville Ave. SW
    Cost: $20 (includes hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine)

    RSVP to Ashley Abbott at 616.771.0341.

    Confirmed Special Guests:


    Attorney General Michael Cox - Gubernatorial Candidate
    Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land - Lt. Governor Candidate
    Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard - Gubernatorial Candidate

    Senator Patty Birkholz
    Senator Bill Hardiman
    Senator Mark Jansen

    Rep. Justin Amash
    Rep. Dave Agema
    Rep. Robert Dean
    Rep Joe Haveman
    Rep. Dave Hildenbrand
    Rep. Mike Huckleberry
    Rep. Rick Jones
    Rep. Tom Pearce
    Rep. Roy Schmidt

    Mayor George Heartwell
    City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss

    Kent County Commissioner Harold Voorhees
    Kent County Commissioner Richard Vander Molen

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    This is the last bump I'll give it, I just wanted to add this might be a good opportunity to get in and talk with some candidates and let them know how you feel about your 2a rights. Again, I don't know if its open to public or just chamber members but its worth looking into come Monday.

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