West Babylon, NY – September 2008 – (RealEstateRama) — The Long Island Board of Realtors (LIBOR) has announced plans to increase voter registration throughout Queens, Nassau and Suffolk in what has been described as one of the most important presidential elections in decades. Realtors across Long Island are being encouraged to vote and to register their friends, families, neighbors, customers, open house attendees and most of all – members of the general public.
According to Long Island Board of Realtors (LIBOR) President Mohsen Zandieh,, “LIBOR will be holding three press conferences in the next few weeks to kick-off our Voter Registration Drive, which includes distributing the actual voter registration forms to all of our members, hosting a Voter Registration Drive in each county, and distributing posters and literature to each of the 2,700 LIBOR offices throughout Queens, Nassau and Suffolk to encourage the public to vote.”
The Long Island Board of Realtors will also be promoting its “Register to Vote” program to all legislators and the media within the tri-county region. “This is a critical election year and the economy, especially its impact on property values along with the recent mortgage challenges, are making a major impact on the real estate industry throughout the country,” said Mohsen Zandieh. “This voter registration drive is aimed at supporting our elected officials on a local, state and national level. There are so many important issues facing our citizens today and LIBOR is doing its part to insure that the voices of the people are heard on Election Day.”
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Public Relations and Communications Specialist
631-661-4800 Ext. 358
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LIBOR is a non-profit trade association consisting of more than 25,000 real estate professionals. It is the largest local Realtor Board in the Country with ten chapters in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties.