The NYC Board of Elections is conducting a special voter registration initiative this week. Please spread the word if you know someone that isn't registered yet!
Saturday, October 11th, from 12pm - 9pm.
There are NUMEROUS locations to visit throughout the city. Just drop by, fill out your voter registration card, and leave it with them.
There's time to get this info out to the many community based organizations around the city to put flyers up, knock on doors, etc.
For more information call 866-VOTE-NYC or 311, or if you'd like to download the list of locations, click here (note: link will open a PDF file in a separate window).
Many New Yorkers do not have any competitive races in their districts. Yet, particularly with the Iraq Quagmire, the Banking Fiasco and the Wall Street meltdown hitting us all hard, New Yorkers want to help defeat Bush and the Republicans. What can you do? I want to present several things you can do either as a weekend day trip or right from your home. These actions focus on Pennsylvania (a day trip for voter outreach in what I believe is a must-win state for Obama), North Carolina (virtual phone banking to help Obama and an excellent Senate candidate whose chances of winning are about 50/50 right now) and Nevada (virtual phone banking to help an excellent Congressional candidate in a Presidential swing state).