2023 Lobby Day Registration
Our annual Lobby Day begins at Central Presbyterian Church. Join us at 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday, March, 14, 2023, for a light breakfast, networking, issue briefings, and legislative updates. At 9:50 am we cross the street to the Capitol to have a 10:00 am photograph with the Governor. Then we meet with legislators to advocate for policy changes on housing, healthcare and homeless issues impacting all Georgians. No experience needed! All are welcome!

8:15 am - 12:00 pm    Tuesday March 14
Central Presbyterian Church
201 Washington St SW, Atlanta, GA 30303

Parking is very limited.
From MARTA: From the Georgia State Station, walk one block south on Piedmont Avenue, cross MLK Jr Drive, and turn right. Do one block with the Capitol building on your left and Central Presbyterian is across Washington Street on the opposite corner.
From the Five Points Station, walk one block south on Peachtree Street and cross MLK Jr Drive. Turn left and go three blocks. Turn right on Washington Street and Central Presbyterian will be on your right.

About PBG:
Presbyterians for a Better Georgia is a nonpartisan public policy advocacy coalition made up of PCUSA congregations and nonprofit partners. Learn more about our partnership and how you can join at www.p4bg.org.
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You do NOT need to be part of a Presbyterian congregation to attend, but if you are a member of a local church or non-profit organization, please let us know.
Did you attend our Virtual Advocacy Training February 15? This not required to attend Lobby Day!
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By providing your home address, we will be able to tell you who your local elected officials are. To find out now, go to www.openstates.org.
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