Wednesday, May 28, 2008

One more day to register new citizens to vote in Miami Beach

Mario Semiglia and Christian Martinez show their loyalty to the Democratic candidate for Congress in District 18.

Wednesday was hot and busy, and our congressional campaigns took most of the lead in supplying people to help new citizens register to vote after naturalization ceremonies in Miami Beach.

The Raul Martinez campaign (District 21) did most of the administrative backup, and Joe Garcia (District 25) was in action early Wednesday. Annette Taddeo (District 18) plans to be there early Thursday for the second day registering new citizens to vote. More volunteers will be welcome. If you're free, show up Thursday morning, stay through 2 p.m. and you will have one of your best experiences in political spadework -- signing up happy new citizens to become voters.

And you'll be competing against a tentful of Republicans right next door. As the Marlins say: Be there! With any luck you can see a slide show of Wednesday's action next to this post.


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Anonymous said...

how cute and they cant even vote. how old are those "voters" 10