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See you at the WH?

I wanted to make sure that what we have planned for retreat is on your radar.

The 2015 National Leadership Retreat is going to be unlike any other. Not only are we expecting great speakers like Texas Sen. Wendy Davis and Congressman Steve Israel (NY-3), but we also have some really fun events planned.

Thursday July 23, starting at 12pm, NLC will host our first ever NLC on the Hill day. Once you register, we will work to set up meet and greet meetings with your representatives in Congress.


Thursday night will conclude with a terrific Welcome Reception, at the Rayburn House Office Building and already includes an outstanding list of special guests.


And it continues to get better – Friday afternoon we will be holding policy discussions at The White House with key leaders of the administration. It’s a once in a lifetime chance to be invited to the White House and I know that the conversations will be as candid as they are informative. You won’t want to miss it.

Registration closes at 11:59pm on July 19, but registration will increase after July 1, so be sure to register today!

See you in D.C. in July,

Mark Riddle
New Leaders Council Executive Director
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p.s. read more about retreat, including the agenda: and be sure to follow the action with #NLCRetreat and #NLContheHill

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