Sunday at Noon in Adams Morgan: Help Collect Signatures for Paul Zukerberg for DC Attorney General

Paul just announced that he’s running to be DC’s first elected attorney general and he needs your help!

On Sunday at noon, you’re invited to help launch the Zukerberg for Attorney General campaign with a private fund and signature raiser at the Zukerberg Law Office at 1790 Lanier Place NW.

Paul is a small business owner and seasoned litigator with almost 30 years of court room experience and, for $30 or 30 ballot petition signatures, you can help make sure he gets on the ballot.

Click here to RSVPIf you can’t make it, please donate to the campaign!

DC voters overwhelmingly passed a ballot initiative to elect a strong and independent attorney general in 2014. Since then, the DC Council has done everything in its power to undermine the will of voters and are even trying to cancel the election.  Paul Zukerberg has renewed his fight for DC voters by taking the council to court over this but he can’t do it by himself.You’ll hear straight from Paul about his lawsuit, why he’s running and how, as attorney general, he’ll fight corruption, help fix our broken justice system, and ensure equality under the law for all of us.

You’ll also hear from a special guest straight from New Jersey, Paul’s mom Renea Zukerberg! From politics to parenting, this 85-year-old dynamo will give you an earful, whether you ask for it or not.

Here’s how you can join us: Donate at least $30 to the campaign or help us collect 30 ballot petition signatures on Sunday afternoon. Come to the Zukerberg Law Center on Sunday from 12-1 for this private event to hear from Paul and Renea. Signature volunteers can stay for a brief training and we’ll head out to collect signatures in Columbia Heights and Adams Morgan until about 4:00.

Click here to RSVP. 

We’d love to see you Sunday! If you can’t make it, please donate to the campaign.

Renea_(2).jpgYou can reach out to Scott Simpson for more info at or 202.735.1984.

Paul Zukerberg for Attorney General

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