30 June 2009

Win Tickets to Attend the First NYC Mayoral Debate with All Three Candidates Present.

You voted by the thousands on which questions we should ask the Mayoral candidates who are seeking our endorsement.

Now, here's your chance to get some answers, live. On Thursday night, the WFP is hosting this election year's first open Mayoral Forum with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Comptroller Bill Thompson, and Councilmember Tony Avella. We're going to ask them the tough questions, and we want YOU to be there.

We're giving away 50 tickets to our best online activists (that's you!)

For your chance to win 2 tickets, enter the ticket drawing here by Tuesday, 8 pm.

We'll let you know Wednesday morning if you've won. The WFP's forum will be 2009's first open Mayoral Forum with all three candidates. We'll be interviewing them one after another, and we will be focused on the issues that matter to New York City's working families.

Here are the details:

Date: Thursday, July 2nd, 5:00-8:00 PM
Location: Hotel Trades Council, 305 W. 44th St. Who: Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Comptroller Bill Thompson, Councilmember Tony Avella... and you?

Enter the drawing for your chance to win 2 tickets: http://action.workingfamiliesparty.org/t/3865/signUp.jsp?key=2339 I really hope you can join us.

Dan Cantor

PS: If you can't attend in person but still want to see the debate - don't worry, we've got you covered! This event will be broadcast live on our website - details will be sent separately.


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