It’s Not Really Advocacy
This just happens to be the only kind of event I know about this week – since I’m spending most of my free time watching, thinking, or blogging about the Democratic National Convention in Boston.
Tomorrow night, there will be many events around the city for the politically inclined to get together to watch John Kerry accept the Democratic nomination.
Most likely, I’ll be at the San Francisco Democratic Party’s “Democratic County Convention – West” at the Marriott Hotel, 55 Fourth St (4th off Market). Festivities start at 5:30 for donations from $25 on up at the door. You can RSVP at 415.333.4338, though I’m sure they’d take your cash at the door without having your name on a list.
For those wanting to avoid the cover charge, check out Temple Bar (610 Polk Street at Turk in the fab ‘loin) for the Young Democrat set.
If you don’t want to head downtown, you can find a Kerry party near you via the Kerry website. So go party and show a little civic responsibility.
I promise to advertise a Bush or Republican event in August during their convention – if there are any in this city.
I report – you decide whether to attend . . . .