A Panel Discussion on MONEY AND POLITICS



You are invited to attend
A Panel Discussion on
and its Impact on our Democracy

featuring former members of the United States House of Represenatives
Dennis Eckart and Steven LaTourette
with Greg Coleridge, Ohio Move To Amend

Dennis Eckart is a lawyer, politician and member of the Democratic Party who represented Ohio’s 11th Congressional District from 1983 to 1993, and Ohio’s 22nd Congressional District from 1981 to 1983. Mr. Eckart now heads North Shore Associates.

Steven LaTourette is a lawyer, politician and member of the Republican Party who served as the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 19th Congressional District and then Ohio’s 14th
Congressional District from 1995 to 2013. Mr. LaTourette now heads Main Street Partnership.

Greg Coleridge directs the American Friends Service Committee’s work for economic and political justice in Northeast Ohio and coordinates Move To Amend Ohio. AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development and peace programs throughout the world.

When: Tuesday, July 15th
7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Where: Community Room, Upper Entrance, Mentor Civic Center
8600 Munson Rd., Mentor


Learn how the residents of Mentor are coming together to discuss the role of big money in our political process and how to strengthen our nation’s democracy. The recent success of Mentor Move To Amend’s initiative petition drive will allow Mentor residents to vote this November on having a public forum to discuss money and politics and to let our elected representatives know that we favor a Constitutional amendment that would declare only humans have constitutional rights, not artificially created groups, and that money is not protected speech.

For more information, please contact
David Lima or Frank Hribar
440-255-4516 440-255-9316
dlima@sbcglobal.net f.hribar@roadrunner.com

Website: MoveToAmend.org/OH-Mentor

Paid for by Mentor Move to Amend, A non-partisan group, Donna Waggle, Treasurer, 7419 Noble Ct., Mentor, OH 44060


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