#BikeTheVote L.A. Organizing Meeting

From Bike the Vote:

Did you Bike The Vote for this election? Curious how to get involved? Want to be involved in the decision making process? Ideas for what we could do better?

We are holding a Bike The Vote L.A. meeting on MONDAY, MARCH 16TH at 6:30PM to recap and discuss next steps, including planning for the May 19th CD4 Run-off election between Carolyn Ramsay and [TBD].

The meeting will be held at a residence in West Adams at 2290 W 24th Street. The house is about 1 mile from the Expo Line Western Station. It is also accessible by Metro 209 from the Wilshire/Western Purple Line station.

Let’s make this fun, so please BYOB and snacks.

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Note to candidates: If you are a candidate in an upcoming election or are a paid staff member for a campaign, we politely ask that you not attend. We will absolutely will look to engage with you or your campaign before the May election. This meeting will primarily be focused on overall process & strategy. We will not be making any endorsements at this meeting.

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Bike The Vote: http://www.bikethevote.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/bikethevote
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