Next Wednesday, Vice President Gore is headlining the Power Vote live webcast to college campuses, and as a "We" member, we'd like to invite you to tune in.
He'll be talking to young leaders across the nation about the "Repower America" challenge he issued last summer. About how energy and climate are at the core of the economic and security issues we face. And about why elections matter.
Here are the details:
Power Vote webcast to college campuses across the nation
Wednesday, October 29th, 2008
5pm Pacific / 6pm Mountain / 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern
After the webcast, Power Vote will be kicking off six days of Get-Out-The-Vote campaigning on key campuses across the country, urging young people to make clean energy and climate a top priority in their vote this election. Youth turnout is going to be a crucial factor in this election, and the young leaders on these campuses are going to be the ones who usher in the new clean energy economy that Vice President Gore is calling for.
Our good friends at the Energy Action Coalition are co-sponsoring this webcast with us, and driving the Power Vote campaign on campuses. The passion of these young leaders, in dozens of small organizations across the nation, is a true inspiration.
I hope you will join us next week to hear more from them, and from Vice President Gore.
Just RSVP here.
- Cathy Zoi
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