Voter Registration Night at El Bar [10.2.08]

October 2nd, 2008 by Larry

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Lately, everyone I’ve spoken to has been upset with the state of our country. Gas crises, the Dow plummeting, and banks calling it quits should be enough to scare any American. I’ll admit that I feel helpless and fearful of what’s to come. However, I’m not just going to sit around and complain while playing video games and eating Chik-Fil-A (that’s so last century). I’m afraid that too many young people would rather sit on their laurels and bitch than taking action. I’d like to be proven wrong…

After talking to Ted and Georgios for a week or so, we’ve decided to get together with our friends with El Bar, Standard, Streetlocal, Decatur Dan & Thoughtmaker to organize a Voter Registration Night at El Bar this Thursday [10.2.08]. Enough of us feel the urgency to incite people to fulfill their civil duty by voting for our next President. Here is your chance to do something!

***If this is your first time voting in Georgia, you need to bring a photocopy of your ID to register***

We’ll kick it off around 10:45pm on Thursday. We’ll have the registration forms ready to rock and DJ Cristo Disco will keep us entertained into the night.

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  1. Epidemik Coalition / Experiment or Die™ » Blog Archive » Daft Punk - Aer OBAMA (vs. Adam Freeland) Says:

    [...] Wow, our blogs have been more political than ever this week. It’s really been weighing on us to take action with whatever skills we have. Apparently this trend isn’t just here in America. UK-based DJ and producer, Adam Freeland, decided to remix Daft Punk’s Aerodynamic into a pro-Obama chant. Not often do you see Presidential candidates being endorsed through electronic dance tracks. Looks like the rest of the world is hoping for some change too. Regardless of who you vote for, I think it’s a good for young people to take ownership of our right to choose our leaders. So don’t forget to come out to El Bar on Thursday for Voter Registration Night. [...]

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