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HeadCount Launches The Hub for Voter Info

HeadCount has launched an online hub for voter information at It’s the most comprehensive source of voter information on the Web

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Wilco, Cap Theatre and Ticketfly Get Behind HeadCount

Wilco is playing the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on Oct. 28th and 29th, and will donate a portion of ticket sales to HeadCount. The Cap and Ticketfly agreed to match the donation.

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Join Dispatch, The Disco Biscuits and Members of the Grateful Dead At our Gathering of the Vibes Fundraiser

HeadCount will be hosting two backstage VIP events at Gathering of the Vibes – Saturday Aug 2nd with Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart and The Disco Biscuits, and Sunday Aug 3rd with Dispatch

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Participation Row is Back at Lockn’!

With help from Qello Concerts, Participation Row will return to Lockn’ for a second year.

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The Next Big Idea: iCitizen

iCitizen is a cutting-edge smartphone app that makes it easier to participate in democracy. You’ll be seeing a lot of iCitzen at HeadCount booths and tables this year.

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We’ve Got Jane’s Back

At 12:30 AM on Thursday, tragedy struck at South by Southwest in Austin, TX. HeadCount’s Jane Henderson was among the seriously injured. Now, the HeadCount community is raising money to help her recover.

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Be a VIP and Hang With Artists at Festivals

HeadCount is offering VIP tix and artist meet + greets at Buku, Counterpoint and Wanee.

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Meet Bob Weir at HeadCount Fundraisers!

To help celebrate HeadCount’s 10th Anniversary, Bob Weir will be hosting a few of our supporters as his special guests at upcoming RatDog shows in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 17th and 18th, and Port Chester, NY on March 1st and 2nd.

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In 2013, We Went Big

For HeadCount, 2013 was all about finding new ways to participate, speak out, and get down. We went further than ever to activate music lovers to change the world, and it’s just the beginning.

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With Lawsuits Flying Over Voting Rights, HeadCount Steps Up

Lawsuits are flying over attempts by Kansas and Arizona to change or disallow the federal voter registration form potentially creating a two-tier system where some residents can only vote in Federal elections. HeadCount put together a petition on the issue — which has almost 35,000 signatures, and counting.