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Voter Registration: You need to mail your registration at least 25 days prior to the election for it to be effective for that election. By our count, that makes today the last day to send in your registration.
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Declare Yourself is a national non-partisan, non-profit campaign to get young voters to participate in the election process.

Project Vote is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that registers, educates, and mobilizes low-income and minority citizens to vote.

The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation seeks to encourage full participation in a barrier-free democratic process by educating, organizing and mobilizing citizens in African-American communities.

Kids Voting USA is a national non-profit, non-partisan, organization that fosters an informed, participating electorate by educating and actively engaging young people and their families in voting and other elements of effective civic engagement.

At Bluestockings, 172 Allen [Stanton/Riv] 212.777.6028, on Thursday, October 19th, 7pm, there will be a screening of "Call it Democracy," directed by Matthew Kohn, which looks at the close race between Kennedy and Nixon in 1960, George Wallace's attempt to manipulate the electoral college in 1968, popular votes versus the electoral college, and electronic ballots. $5-$10 suggested contribution.
Stand on the corner of 46th and Madison and congratulations!, you're standing by the air monitor that routinely logs the highest diesel pollutions in the U.S. But there's good news: starting this Sunday, drivers of diesel trucks will be required to start filling up their tanks with a new diesel formula that is 97% cleaner than before. More from the Times and the National Resources Defense Council.

We wrote about the arguments for and against the Atlantic Yards here. Kent Barwick, the president of the Municipal Art Society, has just circulated an email opposing the plan as it currently exists. He urges New Yorkers to visit Brooklyn Speaks and view the short slideshow to get a better understanding of the objections. Finally, read Paul Goldberger in the New Yorker, and the conclusions he comes to about Gehry and this project.

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