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Throughout today, there are four things you can DO
Go to: www.vote.barackobama.com. This site will ensure voters know exactly when, where, and how to vote – please promote this site.
Get out the vote! After people have voted, we have a tool for them to use to make sure everyone else they know has voted too: www.barackobama.com/gotv
Spread the word on social media: barackobama.com/do-something
Finally, one of the most powerful tools we have in this campaign is a call tool where people can call targeted voters from anywhere: www.call.barackobama.com
Alrighty Ladies & Gentlemen; today is when the rubber meets the road:
DO NOT GET OUT OF LINE, IF YOU’RE IN LINE AND THE POLLS CLOSE. STAY IN LINE, UNITL YOU BLACKEN THE OVAL, PULL THE LEVER, OR TOUCH THE SCREEN.
EYI: ALEC legislators are up for election Nov. 6- FROM COLOROFCHANGE
As you know, ALEC has been the driving force behind the rash of voter suppression laws that threaten Black voters’ participation at the polls.
Members like you have already taken over 100,000 actions to hold ALEC’s corporate members accountable for funding attacks on voting rights, and over three dozen major corporations have dropped the group. But ALEC’s other members are elected officials — which means they need our votes to keep their jobs.
PLEASE NOTE THIS ABOUT PROVISIONAL BALLOTS:
1. Make sure you’re in the precinct you’re supposed to be.
2. Make sure you fill out all the information that you need to: Name, date of birth, address, whatever ID information you have to give.
3. MAKE SURE YOU SIGN THE PROVISIONAL.
5. MAKE SURE THE JUDGE AT THE POLLING PLACE SIGNS YOUR PROVISIONAL.
6. IF, there is a Provisional ID – MAKE SURE IT APPEARS ON YOUR SIGNED PROVISIONAL.
Don’t let them disqualify your vote because of these routine mistakes.
Be prepared because the lines may be long. Take snacks, water and a folding chair so you won’t have to stand the entire wait. Check the weather conditions, you might want to bring along an umbrella just in case. Be prepared for a long wait.
Remember EARLY VOTING should ease longer lines, but please heed SG2′s tip.
Feel free to stop in any time during the day, and let us know how it’s going in your region. Leave us links, pics, videos, etc. I voted this morning in Minnesota. It took me 30 minutes. I went in the polling booth with an ATTITUDE of GRATITUDE, expecting only the best from the voting experience. And that is exactly what I experience!