Note: As a precautionary measure, the campaign moved to virtual events at the onset of the pandemic. We have started to hold occasional in-person events and candidate appearances, with all necessary safety precautions taken. Please watch this page for updates on campaign events.
Field Team Office Hours: Our dedicated organizers have made themselves available throughout the week to meet with incoming volunteers. If you want to discuss the campaign and the different volunteer options that are available, please contact our Field Director to set up a meeting time during their office hours.
Kelly Merrill (Monday 9 AM - 12 PM) - firstname.lastname@example.org - (207)650-8863
Wednesday, September 16, at 5 p.m.: SMCC Student Senate Forum
Sunday, September 20, at 7 p.m.: "Women Speak Out!" A panel discussion on Women, Activism, and Politics hosted by Hoffman for Senate 2020 and featuring Lisa Savage, Madelyn Hoffman, Jill Stein, Angela Walker, Hafsa Habehh, Margaret Flowers, and many more. More Info
September 24, at 6 p.m.: "Lisa Savage for U.S. Senate Benefit Concert" - Join an array of talented musicians as they play to elect a senator for people, planet, and peace!
September 28, at 7 p.m.: WABI TV Debate in Presque Isle
October 5, at 5 p.m.: “A Nation of Immigrants, a Nation for Immigrants.” Join our webinar with Stephanie Trice Gil, other panelists TBD.
October 6, at 7 p.m.: Candidate Forum with Poor People's Campaign
October 15, at 5 p.m.: “Our Future Demands a Demilitarized Green New Deal.” Webinar - Panelists TBD.
Event details will be finalized as the campaign progresses.
Hope you can join us for what are sure to be discussions to remember!
July 16, 5p ET: “The Cost of War,” with Pulitzer-winning journalist, author and minister Chris Hedges and Iraq/Afghanistan veteran, Vietnam-era veteran and coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space Bruce Gagnon, and Senate candidate Lisa Savage Watch it here!
July 21, 5p ET: "Racial Justice at Home & Abroad" with former VP candidate and Black Alliance for Peace leader Ajamu Baraka, Director of the Maine Prisoner Advocacy Coalition Joseph Jackson, and Co-Founder of Bangor’s Racial Equity and Justice Desiree Vargas. Watch it here!
July 31: “Improved Medicare for All: Universal Single-Payer Health Care,” with former Green congressional candidate and universal care advocate Dr. Margaret Flowers and Maine AllCare’s Dr. Bill Clark. Watch it here!
August 5: “Defeating the CMP Corridor To Address the Climate Crisis,” with Penobscot Nation advocate and journalist Dawn Neptune Adams, Pimicikamak Cree Nation advocate John Gonzalez, and Forest Ecology Network leader Jonathan Carter. Watch it here!
August 20: “RCV for a Better Democracy,” with human rights attorney and the first openly binary candidate for US Senate Bre Kidman, Voter Choice Massachusetts media team director, digital fundraiser, and public RCV educator Liz Popolo, and former field director for the Committee for Ranked Choice Voting Christopher Cayer. Watch it here!
August 31, at 5 p.m.: “The Homelessness Crisis and What To Do About It,” with Portland homeless advocate Jess Falero, anti-poverty advocate, co-founder of the Kensington Welfare Rights Union (KWRU) and co-founder and National Coordinator of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign Cheri Honkala, and author, poverty and housing activist Pat LaMarche Watch it here!
Tuesday September 15, at 5 p.m.: “Ending the Drug War, Beginning the Road to Recovery.” Join Josh Bloom, Director of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, American Council on Science and Health, Zoe Brokos, Portland harm reductionist; Meredith Norris, physician, harm reductionist, and activist; and Glenn Simpson, recovery and harm reduction advocate, for a webinar on the overdose crisis in Maine and around the country. Watch it here!