Managing Partner Sam Pond Speaks at Democracy Alliance’s National Donor Summit

Managing Partner Sam Pond was invited to speak as part of a panel presentation on day two of the recent Democracy Alliance’s National Donor Summit. The summit, whose theme was “A Time for Action,” was held in Washington, D.C., and focused on how current democratic efforts could be used to win key elections at the federal and state levels for upcoming years.

Sam spoke as part of the “What Works? Digging out Begins in States” session on March 23rd which was facilitated by Minnesota State Director, Denise Cardinal. Erin Egan, the Chief Privacy Officer at Facebook, introduced Sam midway through the presentation. Sam discussed the political impact of the PA Alliance and his life-changing work as their Chairman, as well as why redistricting and the Governor’s race are critical battles they are currently fighting.

Sam also emphasized that he believes we are in the most critical moment in all of PA’s political history and that no race in the country is more important than this one.

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