Call Wisconsin Voters (Updated: 5 Weeks Left)

June 28, 2011
By Levana Layendecker | 0 comments

UPDATE: There are more calling shifts to sign up for from home. Sign up here. For more information on the Call Out the Vote campaign for Wisconsin, keep reading: When Scott Walker launched his attack on working families in February, something incredible happened -- people from all over Wisconsin descended on Madison to stand up for their communities. Inspired by their energy, I watched what was happening in Wisconsin and wished I could be there. Did you feel the same way? Now with several recall elections later this summer, we have the opportunity to show Walker and the Wisconsin Republicans what happens when they attack working families -- we fight back and win. Democracy for America and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee are launching our Call Out the Vote program this Thursday so that progressives all over the country can talk to Wisconsin voters about the importance of these elections. Will you join me in making calls from your home for two hours this Thursday? Yes, I can call this Thursday! Yes, I can call this Sunday! I can't make calls this week, but I can chip in $5 to recall the WI Republicans. Yesterday, news broke that one of the Republicans challenging a Democratic incumbent failed to collect enough valid signatures to get on the ballot. We have the momentum, but we need to make sure voters know about the election. Wisconsin was the first of many states to take up anti-worker legislation, but it's not the only one. That's why it's vital we win right now. Because once we stop them in Wisconsin, we'll stop them in Ohio, Michigan, and across the nation. If we turn out the vote in these recall elections, we will win -- can you help by signing up for a two hour phone shift? Yes, I can call this Thursday! Yes, I can call this Sunday! I can't make calls this week, but I can chip in $5 to recall the WI Republicans. Together, as a united progressive community, we will defend our country and stop the Republican attacks on working families. Thanks for everything you do.

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