2006

highlights

 

ü     Public Service Announcement featuring Bob Harlan aired on local television and radio stations.

ü     Awarded Project VOTE Voter Challenge “traveling” trophy to the Village of Allouez (spring election) and the Village of Denmark (fall election).

ü     Banner titled “Project VOTE Encourages You to Vote” displayed at the Tall Ships Festival, July 4th Celebrate America Fest and Artstreet.

ü     8th Congressional District candidate forums held at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for Democratic and Republican primaries and general election candidates – co-sponsored by Project VOTE, UWGB student organizations and WisPolitics. More than 400 people attended the Oct. 26 general election forum. Forums also received extensive coverage from local, area news media.

ü     Billboards and yard signs.

ü     ‘I Voted’ stickers.

ü     Annual presentation on Project VOTE to Leadership Green Bay’s Government Day.

ü     Media Coverage – editorials and news coverage:

§         Project VOTE receives a “thumbs up” mention in Nov. 27 Green Bay Press-Gazette “quick takes” editorial headlined “Youth, Denmark get out vote.”

§         Front-page story in Green Bay Press-Gazette on Fall 2006 Project VOTE Voter Challenge: “Denmark poll position tops in Brown Co. vote contest,” Nov. 15.

§         Project VOTE receives a “thumbs up” mention in Nov. 6 Green Bay Press-Gazette “quick takes” editorial headlined “Grass-roots effort should get out the vote.”

§         Green Bay Press-Gazette op-ed column by Project VOTE co-chairs Glen Tilot and Jim Morrison: “Don’t succumb to negative ads: You can make a difference by voting,” Nov. 5.

§         Green Bay Press-Gazette op-ed column by Project VOTE co-chairs Glen Tilot and Jim Morrison: “Change Begins Close to Home,” March 5.