January 19, 2015 07:45 ET

Awareness Forum on Voter and Veteran Rights at American Legion is Postponed to First Week of February

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA--(Marketwired - Jan. 19, 2015) - Independent National Party Committee of Minnesota has announced that the First Annual Every Vote Counts - Restoring America Awareness Forum on voter and veteran rights at American Legion in Cambridge, Minnesota is postponed to February 5, 2015 beginning at 6:00pm.

The event starts with a charity dinner buffet from 6:00pm to 6:45pm, includes keynote speaking from public figures, and a forum panel discussing issues affecting families in the community and U.S. veterans, in addition to spreading awareness to eligible voters that 'every vote counts' and to 'rock the vote' as Cary Lee Peterson, newly appointed chairman of Independent National Committee told the press in a recent interview last month.

The forum panel will also discuss topics from this week's 2015 State of Union Address from President Barack Obama and organizers anticipate encouraging new voters to become more conscious of voter rights and how to turn eligible, unregistered voters into registered voters.

More event details:

Location - American Legion
Howard Mc Carty, MN Post 290
220 Main Street South
Cambridge, MN 55008
Contact Phone: (763) 645-1155

For event volunteer, group sales, booth space, and sponsorships please contact Daryle Darnell, event coordinator at (612) 924-3389 or send an email to, visit Independent National Committee website, Facebook or Twitter for further details updates.

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