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Top 10 Reasons to go to Paws Oct. 12 at 6 p.m.!

  1. You'll meet Chip Franklin, guest on David Letterman and SNL writer.
  2. You'll hear perspectives on important issues such as: campaign financing, privacy rights, gay marriage, health care, and voter apathy!
  3. You can debate the issues (a la John Stewart) with Chip and other students.
  4. You can register to vote there!
  5. You can eat cheaply in PAWS with meal deals.
  6. You might win an iPod!
  7. You can go to a Homecoming 2006 Event without dressing up.
  8. You can stop by on your way to other great Thursday night events.
  9. You can walk the walk when it comes to eliminating voter apathy.
  10. You will prove that college students DO care about what’s going on in the world

Don't miss the Voter Registration Day Show with WBAL’s Chip Franklin on Thursday, Oct. 12, from 6-8 p.m. in Paws.


Stop in Paws to participate in fast-paced debate/discussion with one of Baltimore’s most well-known radio talk show hosts. This "John Stewart"-like roundtable will focus on current election campaign issues and more. Topics to include: campaign financing, rights to privacy, gay marriage, health care, voter apathy, and more! Enjoy special Meal Deals, and then stick around the Union for the Student Organization Extravaganza!

Chip Franklin is a comedian and libertarian and has been on The David Letterman Show and written for Saturday Night Live. He is also bringing his comedy show to Stephens Theatre on Oct. 21. The show will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are only $10 for students and proceeds go to Baltimore’s “Kids Campaign.”

STILL haven’t registered to vote? Look for tables around campus and register so you can vote in the Nov. 7 elections! Be sure to stop by the Voter Registration Day special events where registration forms will also be available:

 

--Sponsored by Why Vote? 2006, MD Votes, and the Division of Student Affairs



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