Sunday, October 31, 2004

Public Service Announcement

[got this in an e-mail the other day.]

Dear Blogger,

I'm writing to you because I think we might feel the same about what is at stake in the election this coming Tuesday, and I was hoping you might spread the word about a new tool we have built that could make a real difference. allows anyone, anywhere to make quick encouraging phone calls to young, low-income and minority voters in swing states. Progressive, nonpartisan groups have registered over 2 million of these new voters this year. If they vote, it will make a major difference, and that's why there are so many suppression efforts aimed at them. I hope you can spread the word about VoterCall. We launched a few days ago and have grown to 14,000 volunteers and rising fast. The more volunteers we have the more phone calls we can make. Millions need to be made to get the turnout we need. I include a blurb below on VoterCall that you might post, and attach a logo.

VoterCall is a project of Res Publica, supported by the National Council of Churches, TrueMajority, Rock the Vote, and National Voice (The November 2 Campaign)

Many thanks for your time,
Ricken Patel
Res Publica

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