Richard G. Sneed, Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, will join 11th Congressional District Democratic nominee Moe Davis for a special Moe Talks! Live Virtual Town Hall on July 9.
Principal Chief Sneed, a former Marine and longtime teacher, manages day-to-day operations for the 15,000-member EBCI based in the Qualla Boundary in Western North Carolina. He will discuss issues of concern for the EBCI, how they have managed the COVID-19 outbreak, challenges they are facing in reopening businesses and other topics.
Moe Talks! is a twice-weekly virtual event on Zoom, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Twitch with Moe Davis answering questions from voters and offering his views on the issues of the day. Principal Chief Sneed will join the event on Thursday, July 9, from 7-8 p.m.
“I have a lot to learn about the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and what a member of Congress can do to be an effective advocate for their interests, so I’m grateful to Principal Chief Sneed for taking time to talk with me,” Davis said. “He and I are both military veterans and former educators, so we share a common commitment to our country and our communities.”
You can learn more about the Moe Davis for Congress campaign and watch previous Moe Talks! videos at moedavisforcongress.com.