Northside Community Group

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Northside Community Group

Time: March 11, 2019 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Junior's Sandwiches
Street: 9347 North Main Street
City/Town: Jacksonville
Website or Map: https://www.juniorsseafoodres…
Event Type: monthly, meeting
Organized By: LeAnne J. King
Latest Activity: Mar 9

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Event Description

Our March meeting will be on Monday, March 11 at Junior’s Sandwiches, 9347 North Main Street.  Meet, greet and eat will be from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.  Meeting starts at 6:30.

Our speaker this month will be City Councilman Al Ferraro bringing us up to date on what is happening on our city council.  If you have any questions on issues in your district, please join us for this meeting.  During this busy election season, we are grateful for Al spending time with us.

Early voting has begun!  While national elections are important, putting the right people in office in our local government is extremely important.  So often voter turnout is very low instead of being high.  What I hear more than not is that one candidate or another is going to win, so why bother.  In local elections, every vote truly does count.  There are vote guides available.  I have attached a copy of the First Coast Conservative Voter Guide.  If you have time, I hope that you will get out and support candidates running.  You can hold signs at early voting sites, put signs out, etc. 

I hope to see you on Monday.  As always, candidates are welcome to introduce themselves.



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