Last Minute Change! Mayoral Forum Begins 4:30 PM - NYCLASS

Last Minute Change! Mayoral Forum Begins 4:30 PM

Mayoral Forum will begin at 4:30 PM on Monday, May 6.

As you all know, we are hosting NYC's first ever Mayoral Forum on Animal Rights on May 6th -- that's this coming MONDAY! Due to scheduling conflicts, we've had to move our start time from 5:30pm to 4:30pm. We didn't want to move our time, but this is the only way that the major candidates can all be in one room to answer questions about how they will care for NYC's animals if elected.

All of the major mayoral candidates have accepted our invitation to participate -- except for Horse Hater Christine Quinn. That in itself is a statement, but perhaps just as important is the statement that ALL OF THE OTHER CANDIDATES will be in attendance. We need your help to keep animal rights as on of the issues that will decide this campaign. And we need to pack that hall on Monday. 

PLEASE come and show support for animal rights on May 6th, 4:30-6PM. 

We are really working towards getting a large crowd for the event, especially in light of the recent New York Times coverage of our issues in this year’s election. That means we need you to come! We are reaching out to our supporters and asking you to commit to attending – being there to show support is crucial.

Take a minute to RSVP here today and let us know we can count you in our crowd total.

Don't miss your chance to ask the Mayoral candidates in person where they stand on horse drawn carriages, AC&C animal shelter reform and other humane legislation. And animal lover Tom Allon, CEO of Manhattan Media, will be the moderator. The debate is quick, just 90 minutes, and having Horse Heroes out in force will reiterate that our issues are here to stay this election cycle.

Sign up now here!

And thanks for all of your support as a Horse Hero.

-Allie
212-626-6991

The Deets:

Where: Union Theological Seminary - 3041 Broadway at 121st Street 
When: 4:30 pm – 6 pm, May 6th
Moderator: Tom Allon, CEO of Manhattan Media

CANDIDATES CONFIRMED:
Bill de Blasio
Bill Thompson
John Liu
Sal Albanese

Erick Salgado
John Catsimatidis
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