FREEWAY FREE SPEECH DAY
October 13, 2004

On October 13th, over a thousand activists nationwide will post signs critical of the Bush Administration on area freeways, reaching millions of voters in states from Maine to California. The Freeway Blogger has posted more than 2000 such
signs over the last year.

In addition to coordinating activists, we will launch a nationwide media campaign to promote the fact that hundreds (if not thousands) of these signs are going up across America on the same day, and to highlight this newest, and oldest, form of civic dialog. We anticipate wide-spread news coverage about this powerful grassroots effort.

The ultimate goal is to increase voter turnout and defeat Bush.

We also hope to stimulate the democratic process in the way it was originally intended--with each citizen being able to express their political views directly to their fellow citizen.

We are asking for your help in posting signs and recruiting activists, especially in the following states: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

If you plan to post freeway banners, please email us to let us know so that we can include your numbers in our media outreach. If possible, please also take a digital photo of your banner and email it to us on October 13th. We will add it to the visitorís gallery as a resource for reporters and fellow freeway bloggers.

Please also read the How To and the frequently asked questions sections to learn how to safely post your message, and for other important information.

Last, tell your network of friends and activists to join us. Together, we can drive America to Think again.

On the 13th and 14th  send your pictures here


For additional information and to arrange media interviews please call Severn Williams at 510-336-9566. Please also visit http://www.freewayblogger.com

 

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