music in resistance

March 29, 2004 at 11:26 am 2 comments

Music in Resistance

In an election year apathy is a normal response from many in the u.s. population that decide not to (or in some cases simply can’t) vote. With the U.S. making so many key and controversial decisions abroad, we feel in this election year it’s important for as many Americans to vote as possible. In an effort to assist in this problem, while raising awareness of voting issues, promoters in cities ranging from Orlando, FL to Chicago, IL are planning election day parties in their cities. These parties are more than just musical events. Using our usual means of advertising, from fliers to posters to e-mail, we want to make apparent how local voters can easily register for voting, organize car pools, and stay informed. If you wish to join our cause and hold a party in your town please feel free to contact us. All that we ask, is that you locally advertise voter registration, poll locations, and a few key policies in what constitutes your political diet. We are hoping to have a web site ready for this in a month or so, but in the mean time please contact to log in for a party in your area.

Andrew Jones

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. inventingzero  |  April 1, 2004 at 2:24 am

    nice work andrew.

  • 2. Anonymous  |  April 2, 2004 at 12:25 pm

    hey john
    if u know anyone stateside that might be
    interested in doing one let me know
    we’re looking for new york etc.



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