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Newburgh City Council Primary Election Forum
Thursday, May 2021
As we approach the Democratic Primary Election on June 22, 2021, the NAACP Newburgh-Highland Fall (NBHF) Branch in partnership with the Blacc Vanilla Cafe and Blacc Vanilla Community Foundation will host a virtual Democratic primary forum to enable the public to learn about the candidates running for office:
The Virtual Newburgh City Council Primary Forum will be held on Thursday, May 20, 2021 (6:30-8:30pm). The NBHF NAACP has acquired a longstanding reputation for conducting nonpartisan professional candidate forums for every level of government. Forums give voters the opportunity to judge if their candidates are knowledgeable on important issues pertaining to the office they are seeking, and it gives office seekers a chance to present their positions directly to the voters. We encourage all voters to attend. Your vote is your voice!
Please register for the forum using the following link:
Friday, April 30th
Join us as we honor the life of Yadhira Romero Martinez. A gentle kind soul who's life was taken too soon in Minnesota.
Saturday, April 24th
Help support Newburgh candidates running for office!
Sponsored by: Martinez Contracting, Delfino Electric, & Orange Hill Global Bistro
Join us for an afternoon full of community members displaying their talent, while supporting Giselle Martinez, Newburgh City Council candidate for Ward One.
• Performers Only: Suggested donation $5**
• General Admission: Suggested donation $10**
• Supporter: $25
• Friend: $50
• Sponsor: $75
• Champion: $100
Buy tickets here:
The zoom link will be sent two hours before the event begins.
**Interested in participating? Sign up to perform here: https://forms.gle/k8ah9Fo9XSj7JTJHA
Performers have the choice of sending a pre-recorded video or performing live from the comfort of their own home via zoom.
Saturday, March 13th
Picnic & Petitions
Help get Team Martinez on the ballot. Join us at Downing Park for a picnic on-the-go and sign our petition to get on the ballot for the June primaries.