JUST. FOUR. FAST. MONTHS.
My heart is hammering. After spending three months of the COVID-19 pandemic social distancing, one month centering a national rebellion that demands we finally end police violence and reimagining public safety, and July 4th weekend thinking about the rights and freedoms that each and every person in our nation deserves, I woke up this morning with the realization that we are just four months away from Election Day. JUST. FOUR. FAST. MONTHS.
Every election is a bright new chance for our country. This November, we can make the most of that chance by ensuring that every eligible mom and family member votes! But voter turnout doesn’t happen by itself.
→ Would you put your mark on a map to be a Beacon of Hope for others and show that you’re planning to help get out the vote for the November elections?
When you put your mark on MomsRising’s map, not only will you inspire others, we’ll also be sure to share with you lots of ways you can help get out the vote in the coming weeks -- ways that are easy, convenient, and that work!
Election Day this year, more so than in any election in recent memory, is going to be complicated by the fact that we’ve been in a pandemic. So we’re going to need a lot more volunteers than normal to not only remind people to vote, but also to let people know what options they have to vote via mail and in-person. So we’re going to need YOUR help more than ever getting the word out about voting.
Does the closeness of the elections make your heart hammer too? If so, join me by putting your mark on MomsRising’s map!
*Click here to make your mark and be a Beacon of Hope, standing up with other mothers, fathers, and family members across the country to help get out the vote in the fall.
This is a transformational moment in history. The future is what we build together. Let’s get to work.
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