ADVISORY: Grassroots Coalition to Host Concert with Latin Grammy Nominee and Hot97 DJ to Engage Young LI Voters this Friday

ADVISORY

October 3, 2012

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Contact: Daniel Altschuler, 917-494-5922

Long Island Civic Engagement Table to Bring Toby Love and DJ Cipha Sounds to Perform 

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Seeking Volunteers to Increase Voter Turnout

ADVISORY

September 12, 2012

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Contact:  Daniel Altschuler, Long Island Civic Engagement Table: 917-494-5922

Grassroots coalition seeks volunteers to increase voter turnout and foster leadership in working-class communities of color in Suffolk County.  

What: Volunteer opportunity for Long Islanders interested in helping register voters and Get Out the Vote in Suffolk County

When: Ongoing

Where: Suffolk County, especially the Towns of Islip and Brookhaven

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Get Out the Vote Rally

Latino and African-American Leaders Gather to Mark Unprecedented Non-Partisan Voter Mobilization in Suffolk County

What: Get Out the Vote mobilization and press conference to mark the final stage in a month of action to increase voter participation in working-class communities of color in Suffolk County.

When: Saturday, November 5, 10:30am 

Where: 81 Carleton Avenue, Central Islip.  Law Office of David Sperling.

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Press Release: Ground-breaking Candidate Debate to Highlight Suffolk’s Diversity

Noticia and the Long Island Civic Engagement Table Co-Host “Growing a Diverse Long Island: A Candidate Debate for Suffolk County Executive”

What: A debate between the candidates for Suffolk County Executive, with unprecedented community participation

When: Thursday, November 3, 7-9pm.  Doors open at 6pm.

Where: Central Islip Senior High School Auditorium


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African-American and Latino Leaders Rally to Mobilize Low-Income Suffolk County Voters

Leaders of Long Island Community Organizations To Launch a Month of Action to Get Out the Vote

What: Press Conference to launch month of action leading up to the November election

Where: Ross Park, Brentwood.  On Brentwood Road, between Suffolk Ave. and 2nd Ave (where the buses stop).  Parking available opposite the park or in the shopping center just next to the park.

When: Thursday, October 13, Noon

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