DemList: Free Tix through DemList!

James Carville,  Black Lives Matter,  Tre vor Noah, Doris Kearns Goodwin ...  

Whether you are in LA or want to earn kudos with a friend there, DemList can provide a FREE ticket to the Politicon conference this weekend - and a discounted Uber to get there!

Join Political Players, Celebs and Media/Flacks from all sides of the aisle

The Line-Up: James Carville, Joe Klein, Newt Gingrich, Black Lives Matter, Trevor Noah, Ann Coulter, David Axelrod, Jodan Klepper, Paul Begala, Tony Hale, Michelle Bachmann, John Favreau, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jose Antonio Vargas, Reggie Love, Sergeant Jason Hale, Jon Macks, Lizz Winstead, Alex Wagner, Alison Grimes, Clay Aiken, Touré, and more.

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Media Partners : Politico, The Huffington Post, Slate, Sirius XM, The Young Turks, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, KRCW, Breitbart News, The Flipside, Barnes & Noble and others.

The two-day fan-fest for political junkies will feature twelve rooms of back-to-back interactive events including p anels, debates, TV & movie screenings, live radio, podcasts, comedy shows, Q&A's, readings, Interviews, meet & greets, writer's workshop and art exhibitions.

The Deal: Just enter code "DEMLIST" FREE General Admission Tickets!

Be there for the first Politicon. Because you never forget your first.

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