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October 8 Monthly Guests: Stephen Perkins and Quill Robinson

Enrolling more conservative constituents is key in our advocacy efforts. For guidance on outreach to conservatives on the climate issue, we turn this month to Stephen Perkins and Quill Robinson from the American Conservation Coalition, a nonprofit dedicated to mobilizing young people around environmental action through common-sense, market-based, and limited-government ideals. Stephen is ACC’s Vice President of Grassroots Strategy. Before joining ACC, he was a partner in a conservative digital marketing agency. Quill is Vice President of Government Affairs, developing ACC’s policy priorities and leading advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill. He has been published in The Hill and The Washington Examiner.

How to join: 1. Video conference: cclusa.org/meeting Close all applications and other browser windows. See these instructions to turn on closed captions and adjust the font size. 2. Unlimited calling, call 1-646-558-8656; or toll-free at 1-877-369-0926. Meeting ID# 95498355745  3. Livestream: cclusa.org/livestream

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