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The 2012 presidential election will be over in less than two weeks.

We don't want to wake up on Wednesday, November 7th wondering if we could have done more to get out the Mom Vote in this election. So for the next 13 short days we're working practically around the clock to make sure moms' voices (and votes) are heard in this election. Can you help?

A contribution of $20.12 or more will enable us to take our MomsVote campaign full force into election day:

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*We're almost to our fundraising goals, but we can't stop in these final days.

Moms have the power to swing elections. And in the past, moms have played a key role in determining the outcome of important elections.  For example, in 2008, women supported Barack Obama’s campaign by a 13-point margin. In 2010, women voted Republican by a narrow margin, helping elect a GOP-controlled House. And today, with Obama and Romney polling within the margin of error, women may very well decide the 2012 election.

With your support, over the last few months, we've been working around the clock registering new voters, helping current voters make sure their registration is accurate, educating people about the issues before us, and engaging our over million-mom membership to remind everyone to vote!

Now, in these last days before the election, we'll be reminding moms to vote--and letting them know where they can vote in their local communities.

Our work is effective, but it’s not cheap. Thankfully, hundreds of MomsRising supporters have already donated to this urgent MomsVote campaign, including many first time donors. Will you lend a hand?

As we go into the grand finale of this election, we all need to pitch in.  Turbo-charge our MomsRising MomsVote efforts with a donation today:

Together, moms are powerful!

P.S. You can make a difference in this election, "Pledge to Vote!"

PPS: Show your MomsRising pride and click here to get your *free* bumpersticker for your car, computer, or….ahem, "binders!"

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