The State of the Union

Jack Shapiro, OFA
2018-01-25 17:27:29
Friend -- In less than one week, the president will address the nation in the State of the Union address. The speech will draw breathless media coverage and consume Washington, D.C. -- but on January 30th, OFA volunteers will be focusing on what matters instead. Volunteers around the country are coming together the night of the State of the Union to make sure they, and their friends and family, are committed to voting for the issues that are most important to them in November: my.ofa.us/Join-The-Commit-To-Vote-Campaign-Today 2018 is a crucial year for our communities, and we can't afford to be distracted. Research shows that committing to vote -- and telling your friends and family about your plans -- increases voter turnout. That's why we need your help. Here's the thing: Our vote is our voice, but we probably all know at least one person who doesn't use it, especially during midterm elections. What would happen if we all talked to the people we're close to and got them to commit to vote this year? What would November bring then? In the coming months, we'll be working as a team to make sure everyone in our networks shows up at the polls. Help us make this a historic year. This January 30th, have a few conversations to get your friends and family to say a simple phrase, "I commit to vote." You'll have a much bigger impact than you will spending the night watching TV: my.ofa.us/Join-The-Commit-To-Vote-Campaign-Today Thanks, Jack Jack Shapiro Director of Policy and Campaigns Organizing for Action
While Washington is focused on their TVs, OFA volunteers are organizing around what matters most - will you join them?
Organizing for Action
Friend --

In less than one week, the president will address the nation in the State of the Union address.

The speech will draw breathless media coverage and consume Washington, D.C. -- but on January 30th, OFA volunteers will be focusing on what matters instead.

Volunteers around the country are coming together the night of the State of the Union to make sure they, and their friends and family, are committed to voting for the issues that are most important to them in November.

2018 is a crucial year for our communities, and we can't afford to be distracted. Research shows that committing to vote -- and telling your friends and family about your plans -- increases voter turnout. That's why we need your help.

Here's the thing: Our vote is our voice, but we probably all know at least one person who doesn't use it, especially during midterm elections.

What would happen if we all talked to the people we're close to and got them to commit to vote this year? What would November bring then?

In the coming months, we'll be working as a team to make sure everyone in our networks shows up at the polls.

Help us make this a historic year. This January 30th, have a few conversations to get your friends and family to say a simple phrase, "I commit to vote." You'll have a much bigger impact than you will spending the night watching TV:

I'm in

Thanks,

Jack

Jack Shapiro
Director of Policy and Campaigns
Organizing for Action
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