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Can you please send the following blurb out to your listerv?


"The SGA is pleased to announce the endorsement of District 3 College Park candidate Matthew Popkin for City Council.


A graduate student in public policy and former UMD undergrad himself, Matthew’s vision will be to focus on making College Park more than just a “livable community.” For example, why don’t we have a grocery store within walking distance? How can we make the surrounding area around the campus safer for everyone? These kinds of issues, while pertinent to students, fall outside the scope of the University’s reach. It’s up to the City Council to enact changes in the surrounding College Park community, and that’s why Matthew is running.


How can you help make a difference in the College Park Community?


Join Matthew Popkin’s Campaign

Matthew Popkin is putting together a team of students to run his campaign in preparation for the City Council elections on November 5, 2013. In just two months, you could gain experience on a campaign that is local, accessible, and directly important to College Park students.


Students of any year or major are welcome. Hours are extremely flexible and depend on your responsibilities in the campaign effort. Working for Matthew’s campaign may also count towards academic credit as a fall fellowship (departmental permission required).


Join now at www.popkinforcitycouncil.com/volunteer<http://www.popkinforcitycouncil.com/volunteer>.


Register to Vote

It’s easy to register through SGA’s online registration form and it only takes a few minutes. Register now at www.sga.umd.edu/umdvotes/<http://www.sga.umd.edu/umdvotes/>. The deadline to register is October 8th.


Learn More

Check out Matthew’s campaign at www.popkinforcitycouncil.com<http://www.popkinforcitycouncil.com/>. You can also follow the campaign on Facebook at www.facebook.com/popkinforcitycouncil<http://www.facebook.com/popkinforcitycouncil>."

Thank you,
Sam

Samantha Zwerling
Student Body President
0209J, Student Involvement Suite
Stamp Student Union
College Park, Maryland 20742

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