IT WAS A MISTAKE!
It's good to know so many people were listening to their public radio station today, but WAMC erred when they announced the June 1st Forum was tonight. My phone and email and the poor people at SUNY New Paltz are being flooded. The FORUM IS STILL JUNE 1ST! Apparently when people started calling SUNY in confusion, initially they were told the people at New Paltz didn't know what event they were referring to because there was no event listed on SUNY's calendar tonight. And not everyone who heard WAMC today is on my email list so please pass this along to your lists and your friends. Not sure how else to pull back the incorrect information.
To be perfectly clear the forum is: Friday, June 1, SUNY New Paltz
Book Signing by Steve Freeman and Greg Palast - 6:00 PM
Panels will begin at 7:00 PM-- Lecture Center 100 (LC 100)
First Panel: Greg Palast, Steve Freeman and Jonathan Simon will provide evidence of the theft of the last several elections.
To be followed by what we can do in New York to prevent the theft of our elections.
Second Panel: With NYS Board of Elections Commissioner Doug Kellner, Assistant Secretary of State Anthony Stevens, Bo Lipari and Nancy Tobi (see yesterday's email)
THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN THE
CURRENT AMERICAN ELECTORAL SYSTEM
IS IN BIG TROUBLE
For those who want to be able to discuss this further with Steve Freeman, Jonathan Simon and Bo Lipari -- and I strongly encourage those who can, to come to both forums because there will be some different information at these two forums -- these three panelists will be appearing near Albany the following night:
June 2nd at 5:00 PM
Bethlehem Town Hall, 445 Delaware Ave, Delmar, NY
Show up at 4:15 and see a terrific short film: "Truth in the Booth"
Thanks and sorry about this
Northeast Citizens for
Responsible Media (Re-Media)
Election Transparency Coalition, www.etcnys.org, http://nylevers.wordpress.com/
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