December 23, 2014 09:27 ET

Independent National Party Committee Will Hold Community Event on Voter and Veteran Rights in Twin Cities

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA--(Marketwired - Dec. 23, 2014) - While fellow Minnesotans prepare for and indulge into the Christmas and New Year's holiday, the Independent National Party of Minnesota is preparing for its First Annual Voter's Awareness Forum that will be held at the American Legion in Cambridge, Minnesota on January 22, 2015.

The political committee's Minnesota division is working in cooperation with Every Vote Counts - Restoring America community support campaign in hopes to increase awareness on voter and veteran rights that are major topics in the media at the present time.

INC Chairman Cary Lee Peterson previously told the press 'that future of the Independent Party looks promising' with active Indie Party politicians as Senator Bernie Sanders (VT-I), Senator Angus King (ME-I) and many of the new elects at U.S. House of Representatives who may support the interests and motives of INC and affiliated coalitions.

Thus, January's event will feature a forum discussion panel and keynote speakers that will share their thoughts and point of view on the importance of voting and community issues that affect veteran and military families.

The committee advises anyone interested in details about participating as an event volunteer or sponsor to contact Daryle Darnell, Chief Representative of Independent National Party of Minnesota at 612-924-3389 or follow them on Facebook or Twitter for updates on organization events and meetings.

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