Voter Registration Campaign

    The Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor will launch a voter registration campaign from March to May 2004.  There are three ways you may participate:

a.    Join us at our voter registration booth in different communities.

    The Monitor is going to set up voter registration booths around the territory to sign up new voters and distribute our voter registration leaflets (both can be downloaded from http://www.hkhrm.org.hk/CR/action_eng.html; but are in Chinese only).  Here is our schedule:

Date Time Venue
Sun 14/03/04 12pm to 4pm Causeway Bay Pedestrianization
Sun 21/03/04 12pm to 4pm Tai Po On Chee Road (close to Tai Po Plaza)
Sun 28/03/04 12pm to 4pm Kwai Fong Metro Plaza
Sun 04/04/04 12pm to 4pm Kwun Tong MTR Station (Yue Man Square exit)
Sun 11/04/04 12pm to 4pm TST MTR Station (Kowloon Park exit)
Sun 18/04/04 12pm to 4pm Mongkok Pedestrianization
Sun 25/04/04 12pm to 4pm Pui To Station, Tuen Mun LRT
Sat 01/05/04 12pm to 4pm Sai Kung Ferry Terminal
Sat 15/05/04 11pm to 5pm Sham Shui Po MTR Station

b.    Set up your own voter registration booth in your community.

    If you want to set up your own voter registration booth, the Monitor can provide you with the voter registration forms, leaflets, simple display boards on why we need to register as voters, or even simple furniture.  Please call Ida at 2811 4488 to see what the Monitor can offer.

c.    Distribute voter registration forms and leaflets to your friends and families.

    You can simply remind your families and friends to register or update their voter registration information (IMPORTANT NOTE: Wrong address might result in deletion of your voter registration record!), and give them a copy of the voter registration form or a Monitor’s leaflet.  Please feel free to drop by the Monitor’s office to pick up some copies.

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