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Al Gore Speaks on Voter Suppression

Tuesday, January 20, 2004 -- 12:30 PM

DAR Constitution Hall
1176 D Street NW, at 18th Street NW
Washington, DC

Blurb from advisory.

Already have a ticket? Login here. This event is full; however, you can still make a reservation. You will get a waitlist ticket.
We hope to admit most, if not all, waitlist ticket holders.

Make your reservation

Please arrive 60 minutes early so that we can get everyone through security and start the event on time. Security measures will cause lines.

You MUST bring:

Your ticket. (Click here to print out your ticket)

A valid drivers license or passport. Your guest must also have a valid license of passport. Children under 18 do not need IDs.

Please DO NOT bring:

Bags, backpacks, or purses (if you can help it).

All bags will be searched.


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. How much do tickets cost?
A. They're free! Thank you to MoveOn donors for making this event possible. Click here if you'd like to make a contribution to help sponsor this and other events.

Q. What if I don't have a printer to print my ticket?
A. We're not able to mail paper tickets for this event, so you'll have to find some way to print out the ticket. Kinko's and other local stores offer Internet access and printing. Or ask a friend with a printer to help out.

Q. Can I bring more than one guest?
A. We can only accommodate one guest per MoveOn member. However, other people you'd like to bring might be MoveOn members too -- ask them to check their email to see if they've received an invitation to the event. Note: we didn't send out invitations to all MoveOn members in New York -- because the hall can only accommodate 3,500 people, we had to limit our invitation to especially active MoveOn members.

Q. Is the hall wheelchair accessible.
A. Yes, and there will be staff and volunteers available to assist anyone who needs help.

Q. Will there be sign language interpreting and closed captioning for the hearing impaired?
A. Yes, both services will be available. Please ask the a volunteer when you enter the hall to be seated in the section where these services will be available.

Q. What if I have to cancel at the last minute.
A. Please only reserve a ticket if you are sure you can make it to the event. However, if you find that you can't make it, please let us know by canceling your reservation so that we can make your seat available to someone else. (Click here to cancel your reservation.)

Q. What if my guest can't make it?
A. Change the name of your guest (click here). Your guest will only be admitted if his or her name is on your ticket -- and they must bring a photo id.

Q. How should I dress?
A. There's no dress code, but all the national media will be there. The world is watching! Let's look nice!

Q. I'd like to bring my children, but you're only permitting one guest. Can I bring more than one child to the event?
A. We don't want anyone to have to choose their favorite! We'll make exceptions for children under 16. But please no more than 2 or 3 children -- otherwise it will throw off our estimate for turnout.