Bus Convoy to the Capital - Bring Your Voice to Congress in D.C.!

This Wednesday, April 5th, join New Jersey voters from across the state for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit our elected officials, while in session, to make our voices heard.

Sponsored by BluewaveNJ and NJ 11th for Change. There are still seats available leaving from Montclair, and Red Bank. Buses leave at 7 AM and will return at approximately 9 PM.

Tickets: $60 per person, $30 for Students. All are welcome, including people with disabilities. A limited number of discount tickets are available for students, seniors, and anyone with financial need.

For more information contact Cary at Carybluewavenj@gmail.com.

Contact Information
  1. Cary Chevat
  2. 917 881 9332
  3. carybluwavenj@gmail.com
Tue, April 04
7:00 am — 8:30 pm
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This Wednesday, April 5th, join New Jersey voters from across the state for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit our elected officials, while in session, to make our voices heard.

Sponsored by BluewaveNJ and NJ 11th for Change. There are still seats available leaving from Montclair, and Red Bank. Buses leave at 7 AM and will return at approximately 9 PM.

Tickets: $60 per person, $30 for ...

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