James Albert is hosting National Voter Registration Day - Community Partner since 2014 2017-09-02 22:36:28 -0700
We’re excited to once again be part of a national effort to strengthen our community by registering hundreds of voters on September 26, 2017, also known as National Voter Registration Day.
First started for the 2012 presidential election, National Voter Registration Day has become a 50-state holiday where thousands of organizations and volunteers organize to ensure our family, friends, and neighbors are registered to vote.
Why register in 2017, you may ask? Our answer: States, cities, counties and towns have big elections this fall.
Primaries for next year’s state and national elections are months away. As a nonpartisan coalition of organizations,National Voter Registration Day is the perfect opportunity to get involved no matter what party you support or which issues matter most to you.
I invite you to register to vote and learn more at www.NationalVoterRegistrationDay.org and use
#NationalVoterRegistrationDay on social media to spread the word!
Once you’re registered to vote, there’s a lot of other ways you can get involved:
• Join Catalina's List and our partners at one of our National Voter Registration Day events (more info soon on events throughout the Inland Empire).
• Step up to host your own local event with your family, friends, and neighbors to make sure everyone you know is registered.
• Get reminders via email or text message so you don’t forget September 26 is the big day!
We’re really excited to be able to join hundreds of groups across America for this important national holiday.WHENSeptember 26, 2017 at 8amWHEREThroughout the Inland Empire - stay updated!
Inland Empire, CA 92507
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James Albert answered 2017-05-22 14:49:57 -0700Q: Would you be willing to work for change in the SBCDCC?
"At a time when Americans pay, by far, the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs, this bill provides absolutely no relief for soaring drug prices. The greed of the pharmaceutical industry has no limit, and this bill includes numerous corporate giveaways that will make drug companies even richer. Further, this bill cuts Medicare and Medicaid by $1 billion, while not even guaranteeing funding for medical research or substance abuse treatment.
"This is a bad bill which should not be passed in its current form. It's time for Congress to stand up to the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies, not give them more handouts." -Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
After passing the Senate yesterday with a 94-5 vote, the bill heads directly to Obama's desk for his signature. We are asking that he VETO this bill.