DON’T MISS! EAI/American Majority Issues & Activist Training

How Montpelier Affects Your Life And Livelihood

Matt Robbins of American Majority speaks to a packed house at the Davis Center at UVM.

The Ethan Allen Institute and American Majority/Vermont are offering a series of issue training sessions on Four Key Issues And How to Use Them. We will give you the data and the stories you need to effectively communicate your positions on the most important topics of the day. See below for details on dates/times/locations. Each session will include five 30 minute presentations on:

  • Jobs & the Economy: The Truth Behind the Numbers (30 min. Presented by Chris Campion)
  • Single Payer: How it will impact healthcare, jobs, and people (30 min. Presented by John McClaughry)

Break for Dinner

  • Education Taxes: The Ever-Increasing Property Tax (30 min. Presented by John McClaughry)
  • Education Reform: How to control costs and improve outcomes (Presented by Rob Roper)


  • Ideas & Activitsm (30 min. Presen ted by Tayt Brooks)


August 5. Issues  & Activist Training Session. Lyndonville. Lyndon State College, Rita Bole Community Room, 1001 College Road, Lyndonville, VT 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm. (Registration opens at 5:00 pm). To register for your spot today CLICK HERE.

August 6. Issues & Activist Training Session, Rutland, College of St. Joseph’s, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm. (Registration opens at 5:00 pm).To register for your spot today CLICK HERE.

August 12Issues & Activist Training Session, Northfield, Norwich University. 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm. (Registration opens at 5:00 pm). To register for your spot today CLICK HERE.

August 13Issues & Activist Training Session, Essex Junction, Essex Grange Hall, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm. (Registration opens at 5:00 pm). To register for your spot today CLICK HERE.


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