Coffee comfort for voters.

Elections 2004

Coffee comfort for voters.

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Coffee comfort for voters.

• Elections and Voting

Alameda locals, vote for Marie Gilmore! – click here for more.

America’s voting rights are under assault, and while we have not prevented the mistakes from the 2000 elections, there are many more people on the alert and ready to take action when and where people’s right to vote is obstructed.

To Report Voter Rights Violations, Call Toll-Free: 1-866-687-8683
There will also be volunteers on-site at many polling places throughout the country, and these volunteers will have direct lines to attorneys if needed.

State-specific resources are in the FAQ section:

Voter’s Bills of Rights:


Coffee Comfort

Let’s be honest: without coffee, why get up?

If you are feeling me on this, here is a shameless plug for my favorite (strong) certified organic, shade grown French roast: San Francisco Bay Gourmet Coffee.

… and my favorite internet cafe and community gathering place in Alameda, Coffee for Thought


The S.F. Bay coffee company’s owners run a program that has provided housing, clean drinking water, schools, and more in communities from Finca Irlanda in Mexico to Rincon de los Planes in Guatemala.

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The Rogers Family pledge:

“Crafting Great Coffee with Concern for Nature; Care for People; Respect for the Environment.”

President Jon B. Rogers resides in Alameda, California.

Coffee as Health Food?
Tea & Coffee, Vol 179, No. 6
June/July 2004

• Get Out the Vote – Get Out the Voice

The Youth Vote

18to35 Young Voter Participation Think Tank
18to35 is the policy research arm of America's youth movement. It is a non-profit, non-partisan policy organization dedicated to engaging young adults in the political process. In short, 18to35 Gets Out the Voice of young adults.

The New Voters Project
You could earn $40 - $60 a day making politicians pay attention to young voters by hitting the streets asking young people to make their voices heard by voting on November 2.

Rock the Vote
Covers: Verifying Your Voter Registration, Locating Your Polling Place, Getting There on Time, Knowing Your Voting Rights, Absentee Voting, and more.

Declare Yourself!
Declare Yourself has partnered with two key organizations for the distribution and outreach of an unprecedented youth voter education initiative for high school seniors: Newspapers in Education (NIE) and the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS). Contains voter education and voter tools.

• The National Horse Race

Analysis Oct. 24, 2:00 p.m. ET: This weekend's polls bring good news for Kerry. Five confirm his leads in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Oregon. One has him close in Nevada. Another has him leading in Iowa. Two others have him tied or leading in Florida. Bush's consolation is a poll showing him up by half a point in Hawaii, of all places. We'll need a second survey before believing that. But without Florida, Bush would have to take Ohio and New Mexico just to tie and move the election to the House. And without Florida or Ohio, even a sweep of Minnesota, New Mexico, New Hampshire, Hawaii, and Maine's second CD wouldn't save the president.


Coffee comfort for voters.