Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Commit to volunteer
One year from this Sunday, Americans will be going to the polls to decide where they want this country to go in the next four years. If we want our friends and neighbors to make the right choice one year from now, we need to decide today to get involved.
We all know that to win on November 6th, 2012, we need to build this campaign now. We need to register voters, knock on doors, talk to our neighbors about the President's goals and accomplishments, and lay the groundwork for the year to come.
That's why the 2012 campaign is asking people to commit to volunteer in the months to come. Democrats across the country are jumping in to be a part of it. We only have twelve months left to build this organization -- what happens next November depends on the work we do now.
Will you commit today to volunteer for 2012?
No matter who our Republican opponent ends up being, the only way we will win is by being stronger, smarter, and more organized than the other side. When you commit to volunteer for 2012, you're taking ownership of the reality we'll all face the day after the election.
This campaign may be won on November 6th, but the real work will happen every single day between now and then. Pledge to make phone calls this weekend, go canvassing this spring, or take on a leadership role in your community.
In a little more than a year, we'll all be doing one of two things. We'll be celebrating the President's re-election, and the chance to keep moving this country forward. Or we'll be wondering what more we could have done.
I don't plan on having any regrets, and neither should you. Say you're ready for this fight and commit to volunteer in 2012:
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