Burlington Young Professionals (BYP), a program of the Lake Champlain Chamber, will host a “YP Congressional Forum” on May 19, 6-8 p.m. at Main Street Landing with the four leading Democratic primary candidates – Becca Balint, Sianay Chase Clifford, Molly Gray and Kesha Ram Hinsdale. This highly contested race for the state’s lone congressional seat will be a historic moment for Vermont.
“This is a real opportunity for young professionals to engage with state-level issues and ask these candidates how they might address some of our most pressing challenges – affordability, retention, housing, climate change, among others,” said Alex Bunten, BYP director.
The event will be hybrid to ensure broad participation opportunities for young professionals across the state. Channel 17/Town Meeting TV will stream the event live and there will be an opportunity to submit questions in advance of the forum.
In-person registration will be limited to 60 people. The in-person event will host a reception from 6-7 p.m. and the candidate forum will take place from 7-8 p.m. Registration will close on May 17.
This event is sponsored by Main Street Landing.
Registration is open for both in-person and remote participation here: bit.ly/ypcongressforum2022
Contact BYP Director Alex Bunten with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Burlington Young Professionals (BYP) is a program of the Lake Champlain Chamber. Our mission is to empower young professionals by connecting them with the people and resources necessary to become active community leaders and solidify their place in Vermont. Visit bypvt.org for more information.
The Lake Champlain Chamber powers prosperity in the Lake Champlain region through five distinct points: Seeking economic opportunity for all; Celebrating business ownership and entrepreneurship; Promoting a robust, diversified visitor economy; Cultivating community leadership; Nurturing emerging talent. To learn more about the Chamber, visit www.lccvermont.org.