Election Day Rapid Response Team (Video the Vote)
Participate in LA's Election Day Rapid Response Team (Video the Vote)
We are having a meeting Sunday Oct. 29 in Echo Park to discuss and train everyone on what exactly we will be doing on Election Day. We will have attorneys to guide us through what we will need to do. Our goal is to have film crews with attorneys at the ready to take testimony from disenfranchised voters all over the city. If you own a camera or are an attorney please come out to help us secure our elections! Finally, I want to invite any one planning to be a poll worker or poll watcher to come to the meeting. You must at least have our dispatch line number on election day so that we can respond to any incidents at your polling place. If you plan to participate in this action please save this link for I will update it as Election Day approaches.
The meeting will be Sunday the 29th from 2-5.
1284 W. Sunset Los Angeles, CA
Just East of Elysian Park near Dodger Stadium.
Be sure to also register at http://www.videothevote.org
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