Hoboken – NJ GOP State Committeeman Joshua Sotomayor Einstein invites the Jewish community to join fellow conservatives, libertarians, and Republicans to learn the fundamental tools needed to hold your elected leaders accountable at NJ’s premier Grassroots Activist Workshop. On Sunday, Mach 31, from 11am–5pm, at the beautiful Barsky Gallery (49 Harrison St) in Hoboken, smaller government and tax reform inclined citizens will learn how to get involved and make a difference in local elections and governance. The training will bring together Jews, Christians, Atheists, and people of many backgrounds from across New Jersey who want to build better communication, messaging, advocacy, and leadership skills. Parking is available free of charge; kosher lunch will be provided.
Joshua Sotomayor Einstein of the NJ GOP State Committee, and also a Jewish Standard newspaper columnist, said “conservative or smaller government training events and campaign schools are usually on Saturdays precluding Orthodox Jews from being able to attend.” Einstein continued “Republicans are building a big tent which is why this grassroots training is on a Sunday. We welcome politically conservative Jews as well as all conservatives and libertarians, to work together on their organizing skills so that we can achieve tax reduction and reform, school choice, representatives that understand Israel is America’s best friend on the global stage, and a prosperous New Jersey for all.”
The training is being sponsored by the Leadership Institute and Young Jewish Conservatives. The Leadership Institute is a conservative institution with a decade’s long history of training tens of thousands of grassroots activists. Young Jewish Conservatives, founded by Yitz Tendler, is a national grassroots coalition of Jewish conservatives engaging in organizing, outreach, and training to, of, and for politically conservative American Jews.