Housing and Homeless Voters’ Guide
Posted by on May 10, 2002
The Pennsylvania Low Income Housing Coalition’s Housing and Homeless Voters’ Guide is now available for the 2002 Primary Election for the Governor of Pennsylvania. You can view an on-line printable version at http://www.projecthome.net/vote and http://www.palihc.org. Originals (much larger newsprint versions) are also available for distribution.
If you are in Philadelphia, call Jennine Miller, Project H.O.M.E., to pick-up copies from 1515 Fairmount Ave. She can be reached at 215-232-7272 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are in other area in PA, you can get copies by calling Trish at Pennsylvania Low Income Housing Coalition at 215-576-7044 or Trishschoor@palihc.org.
The Primary Election is May 21st. There is still time to talk with Philadelphia voters about the new machines. The Committee of Seventy (http://www.seventy.org) has some great resources that will help you learn how to use the new machines and teach others. The City Commissioner’s Office also has a helpful brochure about the new machines. You can obtain a copy by calling 215-686-1530.
For more information about any of the above information, please call Jennine Miller at 215-232-7272.
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