A couple things are going to happen in the next half hour.
Partisan attack ads funded by big banks and big oil will air over and over on national cable television.
Outrageous right-wing smear messages will arrive in inboxes around the country.
And dozens of voters in your area will make a decision about whether they’ll be voting in this year’s election.
They’re people who might not currently be planning on making it to the polls in two days.
They’re people who might not know what’s at stake — who might not know the choice we all have in this election.
All of that is happening in the next 30 minutes. The only question is, will you be the person who changes the equation by picking up the phone and calling just 10 voters today?
If each one of us calls just 10 voters in our area right now — it could make a huge difference at the polls on Election Day.
Grab your phone and click here to connect with voters in your area right now.
We’re not the only ones who want to get voters out to the polls this election season.
The other side has a plan, too.
Theirs is a plan that outsources its messaging to big special interest groups that don’t have to disclose where they’re getting their millions in donations.
It’s a plan that thinks that big money deserves a big mouthpiece.
And right now, it’s a plan at work in close districts around the country.
So in this moment, you can choose whether or not to counter it with your voice.
You can join the thousands of supporters around the country calling from their kitchens and their living rooms — coffee shops and cubicles.
Because we know that this is when our most important work is done. And we know that we are the very best ones to do it.
There are just two days left until Election Day — two days to have the kinds of one-on-one conversations that we know make the difference in close races.
And right now, the single best way you can affect how many people are at the polls on November 2nd is by using your voice, right now.
Click this link and reach out to just 10 voters in your area today:
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