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Tennessee Equality Project seeks to advance and protect the civil rights of our State’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons and their families in each Grand Division.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Vote Children First, says the TN Commission on Children and Youth

From their MySpace blog:

Children, youth and families are campaigning for children and asking the real campaigns, those of our elected officials, to make children a priority. These bipartisan efforts will culminate at a rally on Bicentennial Mall on October 6, the eve of the presidential debate, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Nashville is playing a role in the historic 2008 presidential election, as one of only three presidential debates will be held ‎at Belmont University.‎ On the day prior to the debate children and families will gather at the Capitol Bicentennial Mall to envision a ‎world that considers children first when decisions are made. They will be encouraging everyone involved in the U.S. political ‎process from voters, to candidates for local, state and national office, to ask, "How will it help children?" before making any ‎decision – To vote on a candidate or an issue.‎

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