Here is your chance to encourage your Congressional Representatives to get back to work and the Bush Tax Cuts.
Activists working with The Action, a joint project of Granite State Progress and the New Hampshire Citizens Alliance for Action, will demonstrate outside the Concord office of lame duck Rep. Charlie Bass and the Manchester office of lame duck Rep. Frank Guinta tomorrow, Friday the 28th, to demand that the House get back to work to stop the country from going over the fiscal cliff and protect the middle class by maintaining the current tax rates for 98% of Americans and 97% of small businesses.
The House, including lame ducks Bass and Guinta, remain on vacation while the Senate and Pres. Obama have returned to DC to try to find a solution to the on-going uncertainty created by the so-called ‘fiscal cliff.’ Activists from the Action will be urging Bass and Guinta to get back to work and help the president and Senate find a solution. After the failure of Speaker Boehner’s ‘Plan B,’ the GOP leadership of the House has failed to offer any solutions while the Senate passed a bill over the summer to protect the middle-class. Speaker Boehner has refused to bring this bill to a vote.
The event will include a short speaking program and rally, followed by the building of snowmen to hold signs outside of the offices long after the action ends.
Who: Activists with The Action, a joint project of NH Citizens’ Alliance for Action and Granite State Progress
What: Demonstration to urge Bass and Guinta back to work on fiscal cliff
When: Friday December 28th 12:00 noon
Where: Office of Congressman Bass, 114 North Main Street, Concord
Office of Congressman Guinta, 33 Lowell Street, Manchester