WILL YOUR NEXT VOTE COUNT?
Monday April 24 7:30 PM
Pace Law School Campus
Moot Court Room
78 North Broadway
White Plains 10603
You are invited to a panel discussion on the critically important issue of which machines will be chosen to count our votes in future elections in New York.
If we get this decision wrong, political activity and action on all other issues won’t much matter. Nothing is more precious or more basic to the democratic process than our right to have our votes counted.
The panel features two of the most knowledgeable and interesting speakers on this subject — NYU professor Mark Crispin Miller, author of Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the 2004 Election and Why They’ll Steal the Next One Too, and Bo Lipari, executive director of New Yorkers for Verified Voting, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization.
Sponsored by Citizens for Voting Integrity, Westchester Progressive Democrats, Westchester-Putnam Chapter of Working Families Party, Pace Law Democrats, Westchester Progressive Forum and the Sierra Club Lower Hudson Group.
Directions to Moot Court Room on Pace Law School Campus:
By Car From I-287 Exit 6 onto North Broadway (Route 22 south). Proceed to the fifth light and turn left onto campus. The Moot Court Room is on the bottom floor (“Ground”) of the Gerber Glass Library.
By Train: Harlem Division of Metro North stops in White Plains. It is a 35 minute ride from Grand Central Terminal. At the White Plains station, you can either take a cab ($5) or look for the Pace shuttle bus — a small white bus that shuttles back and forth between the train station, the Business School campus in White Plains, and the Law School at times and frequencies loosely coordinated with the trains. http://law.pace.edu/currentstudents/shuttle-bus.html. It is a ten-minute walk from the station. Go directly across Main Street to North Broadway, turn left, and go about a half-mile uphill to the Law School campus.