Please Vote Today for a Department of Peace

Posted on January 14, 2009

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FROM —http://dop.kucinich.us

From Dennis Kucinich and Yoko Ono

VOTE ONLINE TODAY FOR A DEPARTMENT OF PEACE
Help The Deptartment of Peace win a national poll of Top 10 “Ideas for Change”

The Department of Peace and Non-Violence is currently in 9th place in a national online poll to determine the Top 10 “Ideas for Change in America” on http://www.change.org

Congressman Kucinich introduced The Department of Peace and Non-Violence Act (H.R. eight-zero-eight) to Congress to “establish a cabinet-level department in the executive branch of the Federal Government dedicated to peacemaking and the study of conditions that are conducive to both domestic and international peace.”

The voting is in the finalist stage, ending this Thursday, January 15 at 5:00 pm.
With your help, the Department of Peace and Non-Violence could win this poll!
Would you please take just a minute to vote for the Department of Peace and Non-Violence?

VOTE HERE: http://www.change.org/ideas/view/appoint_secretary_of_peace_in_department_of_peace_and_non-violence or go to the main page http://www.change.org
*you will need to register but its quick.
(When you go to the change.org website and vote, make sure their BLUE VOTE BUTTON next to the title has turned to a BROWN ‘VOTED’ BUTTON in order for your vote to be counted.)

Please forward this message to your friends.

The top 10 ideas will be presented to the Obama administration and a formal nonprofit sponsor will be selected for each idea to help create a nationwide movement to lobby the administration and Congress to turn the idea into policy. In addition, a press event announcing the winners will be held at the National Press Club and the winning ideas will be promoted by MySpace and dozens of other partner organizations, reaching millions of Americans.

This poll has already been reported on by CNN, and the winning ideas will certainly receive a huge momentum boost.

You can learn more about the Department of Peace and Non-Violence by visiting: http://dop.kucinich.us/ and www.ThePeaceAlliance.org

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