Support No On 3 THIS Sunday

Join us for a delicious hosted hors d’oeuvres as we rally the troops for our ballot question effort. We need your help and cannot get across the finish line without generous support from people like you. Please join our host committee for this final reception to raise funds for the No On 3 Campaign.

Sunday, October 7th at 3:30 pm
Location sent when you RSVP

Prices:
– Ticket: $50 each
– Sponsors: $200
– Gold sponsors: $500

Please RSVP to Robert@RenewMACoalition.org or 781.307.1494. To donate, visit the No on 3 campaign website: www.keepmasafe.org.

We have multiple examples of abuses of this law from across the continent and many right here in Massachusetts, which you can read and become informed about by visiting our website.

We don’t have the mainstream media on our side, but we do have YOU- our army of grassroots supporters, people who DO care about the safety of women and children!

Can you donate today to help us fight back?

Your contribution of $25, $50, or $100 lets common sense voters know the FACTS of this law, such as the lack of exceptions for sex offenders, and fight the misinformation that the other side is spreading throughout the media—like the lie that nothing bad has happened.

Please take two minutes to help us out today by clicking here.

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