In the next few weeks there is a lot happening where you can ask questions and take action on the TransCanada pipeline. While TransCanada continues their misinformation campaign about the merits of the pipeline, we continue to mobilize folks. In Nebraska, we want to protect our land, water and economic activity.
We might not have the millions TransCanada has, but we have all of you!
Tues, Oct. 19, 6:30-7:30pm
Lee Terry and Tom White will hold a debate and at this event, the audience CAN ask questions. We will be outside with “Stop TransCanada Pipeline” signs at 6pm. The debate starts at 6:30pm at Bellevue University, 1000 Galvin Road South, Bellevue.
Thurs, Oct. 21, 5-7pm
The weekly “honk and wave” continues, this time on the corner of 72nd & Pacific in Omaha. Bring your sign against the pipeline or just bring yourself, there will be plenty of signs you can wave. This is sponsored by the Guardians of the Good Life and Channel 7 is going to be there covering the event.
Fri, Oct. 22, 12:30-2:30pm
Incumbent Adrian Smith will face Democratic challenger Rebekah Smith and Independent Dan Hill. We will be outside with signs starting at 12:30pm, debate starts at 1pm. For info on what else you can do while you are in Broken Bow, check out this link.
Thurs., Oct. 28, 7pm
Sierra Club is hosting a forum on the pipeline. The event takes place at the First United Methodist Church in Omaha.
SAVE THE DATE: Nov. 13th, we will stage a protest in Lincoln to remind state elected officials of their role in protecting our land and water. More info soon.
Dec. 1st, 9am, Senator Dubas will hold a hearing on the interim study done on oil and gas pipeline. This will take place in the capitol in Lincoln.
We have lots more happening on other issues and general Get Out the Vote activities like our HUGE Trick or Vote project and fun stuff like registering people at concerts and bars. If you want to help with those activities, please contact email@example.com.