Mon. February 3rd at 7:00 PM, Northeastern University
21st Century Politics, 18th Century Elections:
Why our elections are not suited to Modern-Day America
Are you frustrated by the stories of electoral mishaps, ballot problems, and confused, frustrating elections? Attend this forum to find out about how our elections are run, and how they can be reformed to promote a healthier democracy?
– Steven Hill, Center for Voting and Democracy
– Jill Stein, Massachusetts Coalition for Healthy Communities
– Prof. Alexander Keys, Harvard,
– Atty. John Bonifaz, National Voting Right Institute
At Northeastern University’s Raytheon Amphitheater in the Egan Center (120 Forsyth Street). For subway directions see below.
This event is co-sponsored by Common Cause Massachusetts, MassIRV, Northeastern’s Political Science Department, and the Center for Voting and Democracy.
Subway directions to Northeastern’s Egan Center:
Green Line: Take the “E” train to the Northeastern stop. Exit the train and walk to Forsyth Street. Turn left onto Forsyth Street. The Egan Center is the last building on the left.
Orange Line: Exit the Ruggles stop. Take the escalators up to exit through the turnstyles. Turn left to the Northeastern Exit. Once you have exited the station, the first building on your right is the Egan Center.
Also of interest:
Wednesday February 5th at 7:30pm. Lecture at Cambridge Forum. 3 Church Street, Cambridge (in Harvard Square). www.cambridgeforum.org