Join our Georgia mom-to-mom “virtual” postcard project to get out the vote!
Did you think the election was over? Not so fast! We’ve got a runoff election in Georgia that is fast-approaching on December 6th (with early voting starting as soon as next week!). Time is short so we’re running a “virtual postcard program”, and we need your help!!!
Will you write a short mom-to-mom note to a registered voter in Georgia that may need an extra nudge to vote in the runoff election?
We’ve had hundreds of inquiries from members like you asking if we’ll be doing our mom-to-mom postcards for the Georgia runoff election. We wish we could! Unfortunately, the timeline is too short for postcard packets to get mailed to volunteers, completed, put back in the mail, and delivered by the postal service before the election occurs.
So … we’re doing the next best thing! Can you write a short mom-to-mom note encouraging Georgia moms who don’t always vote to make sure to vote in the runoff election?
Here’s how it will work. We’ve already started reaching out to 153,000 Georgia moms who don’t always vote, and we’ll continue reaching out via text message, digital ads, AND direct mail postcards, from now until Voting Day. Our direct mail postcard has a link and QR code so the recipient can see messages from moms encouraging them to vote AND get personalized voting information.
To make this work, though, we need YOU!
Will you take a quick minute to write a message today to a Georgia mom who doesn’t always vote encouraging them to vote on (or before) December 6?
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