Tuesday, October 9, 2012

To help make sure Ryan loses his congressional seat

As Paul Ryan attends the vice presidential debate in Kentucky this week, he leaves himself vulnerable back home in Wisconsin.
We're swooping in to take advantage of that vulnerability! Tomorrow, our Call Out The Vote program will make thousands of calls to local voters for his congressional opponent!
Can you make calls tomorrow for Paul Ryan's opponent, Rob Zerban? Click here to see shifts tomorrow and later this week.
(A generous supporter heard about this program and is willing to match up to $10,000 in donations to our work. Chip in $3 to fund this vital Call Out The Vote program, and double your impact!)
Our call program is making national news. The Huffington Post just reported:
One of the most prominent progressive groups in the country is launching a major voter outreach effort on behalf of 20 congressional campaigns, calling it the "crown jewel" of its election functions.
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee hopes to place one million phone calls to targeted voters through the effort, named "Call Out The Vote."
We've already made 10,000 calls for Alan Grayson today! Can you sign up to make calls for Rob Zerban tomorrow? Click here to see the shifts and sign up.
(And click here to donate $3 to our program and have that gift doubled!)
Thanks for being a bold progressive.
-- Stephanie Taylor, Adam Green, Kayla Wingbermuehle, Michael Snook, and the PCCC team

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