Peake and Wolf to speak in Truro May 23rd

Wolf and Peake to meet Outer Cape voters, answer questions from the audience

State Representative Sarah Peake and newly-elected State Senator Dan Wolf will speak to voters across the region at a meeting of Outer Cape Democrats on Monday, May 23, 2011 at 7 p.m. at the Truro Community Center.  They will discuss the legislative status of issues that concern Cape Cod citizens and leave plenty of time for questions from the audience.

Democrats face an active political year, particularly as they challenge the re-election of U.S. Senator Scott Brown, who is vying for a first full term in Congress.  Last year’s elections, very successful for Democrats, highlighted issues that will be key to winning the 2012 presidential race and elections in Massachusetts.

The event, open to all, is a chance for all voters to review state issues directly with the Outer Cape’s two local voices at the Statehouse.  Mr. Wolf, CEO of Cape Air who was elected to the state senate last fall, will also discuss new ideas he intends to bring to the state senate.  Ms. Peake, in her third term as a state representative, will discuss her work on Cape Cod issues, particularly those pending in the several house committees on which she serves.

The evening is sponsored by the Democratic Town Committees of the five Outer Cape towns: Eastham, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro and Wellfleet.  The Truro Community Center is located at 7 Standish Way (phone 508-487-1083) in North Truro, just off Route 6.  For more information, contact Denny Klass at 508-349-0894, or Terry Gips at 508-349-0276.

Courtesy of the Outer Cape Democratic Town Committees.

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