03 November 2008

Forget About Red or Blue...Paint the Town Pink Tomorrow!

November 3, 2008


No matter what happens tomorrow promises to be an interesting day.
Here are a few last minute reminders for you, your friends and family- pass it on!
Here are some effective and fun ways you can paint the polls pink and protect this election:

Vote! Visit govote. org to find your polling placeBe sure to take note of or even bring a camera/video camera to document any instances of voter suppression, visit www. 866ourvote. org or call the toll-free voter hotline, 1-877-523-2792Twitter Vote Report is an online forum for quick and easy reports of how your voting experience is going.
You can tweet, text, use your phone or iphone
No More Stolen Elections will be issuing some immediate reports- check in for the most up-to-date info! We don't like negative thinking any more than you, but let's be real.
We need a plan.

Check out our voter protection tool page for more creative ways YOU can protect this election including:&&035;160;

Bring pink lemonade to make the wait easier. Bring crayons, markers, construction paper, coloring books, etc for kids (it's great for kids to see democracy in action!) Download and bring copies of Greg Palast's Steal Back Your Vote comic book

November 4th is a day to celebrate! Election Day is our day--it is the day for all of us to stand up and be counted, to make our voices heard.

Voting for peace every day,

Dana, Deidra, Desiree, Farida, Gael, Gayle, Jean, Jodie, Liz, Lori, Medea, Nancy, and Rae

Protect the Election

No More Stolen Elections!

Pledge to Give Peace a Vote


Thanks for all you do!
Live your values. Love your country.
And, remember: TOGETHER, We can make a DIFFERENCE!

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