Monthly Archives: October 2010
1 South 6th Street
Terre Haute, IN 47807-3510
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Contact: James Bopp, Jr.
Phone: 812/232-2434; Fax 812/235-3685; firstname.lastname@example.org
What have you done to effect real change on November 2?
Whether or not you helped by talking to your neighbors, helping a candidate with a literature drop, making phone calls for your candidate of choice, or placing a bumper sticker on your car, there has been no better year than now to effect real change in both Washington as well as locally at home.
With only 7 days left until the election, political ads are everywhere! Whether they be funny, attack-like, or just regular old ads, you can’t miss them.
Here is an ad that you must watch if you have not already! Remember a while back when Barbara Boxer suggested he “worked hard for the title of Senator”?
Or how about this ad where Barney Frank’s opponent Sean Bielat released this video “Disco Dancing Queen”.
I don’t know about you but I will be pleased when November 2 comes and goes and TV is back to ‘normal’. Then again, it’ll be on to 2012….
We’ve all seen campaigns where one party has all the momentum — races with real enthusiasm gaps. But you’re proving that’s just not the case in this election.
I’ve read reports about the work you’re already doing to contact voters — it’s unbelievable for an election like this.
But there are nine days left. Whether you’re one of the folks who’ve already helped reach out to 15 million voters or if you’re one of those who has been waiting for a time to get involved, that moment has come.
Let me tell you why this is so important. It’s not just that there are people out there who don’t know what’s at stake in this election.
It’s not just that there are folks who need one of us to call them and make the case.
The truth is that there are people in this country who are doing everything they can to make sure our supporters don’t make it out.
We’re up against more than apathy. What this election demands from us is an effort nothing short of extraordinary.
But I know we’re all ready to deliver just that.