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ARE YOU AN AMERICAN / DUAL CITIZEN at U of T?

You CAN vote in the U.S. Mid-term elections.  To keep healthcare reform, Wall Street reform and other progressive legislation, we need to KEEP CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC. Join us for a Get-Out-The-Vote get-together! Meet and greet and hoist a brew (or soda-pop!) with like-minded students and instructors.

WHEN:   Wednesday, September 22, 7:00 p.m. – 10 p.m.

WHERE:  MADISON Pub, Madison Ave, 1 block east of Spadina, just north of Bloor

WE WILL BE ON THE SECOND FLOOR, ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE

GUEST SPEAKERS:

Stephen Scharper, Professor in Department of Anthropology at the U of T at Mississauga, specializing in Environmental Ethics

Joe Green, former Dean of Fine Arts at York U, and former chair of Democrats Abroad Canada, to answer questions about absentee voting

One free ticket for beer or wine (for those of legal age only!) or soft drink (for anyone!); light refreshments provided

Sponsored by Democrats Abroad Canada/Toronto Chapter


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