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Saturday, November 04, 2006


Take it back - election preparedness kit by:
TureMajority


Election Preparedness Kit
Want to avoid another election disaster? The last few elections have been plagued by unnatural events including electronic voting machine malfunctions and voter disenfranchisement. So we've compiled this Election Preparedness Kit with three easy steps you can take to protect this election from wide-spread disaster.
Click here to open a new e-mail and invite your friends.
Emergency Alert Message Tree.On Election Day we might need to call election officials to insist on extra ballots, or correcting machine problems reported by voters. Put in your cellphone number, and if something comes up on Tuesday we can send you a short text message with info on how to speak out. (through our partners at Working Assets) You will be added to our online activist newsletter and may receive an email, text message, or call from The Ruckus Society or one of our partners.
We have partnered with Working Assets Mobile Response Team so they can text you on election day IF (and ONLY if) you are needed to ensure a fair and safe election!
Put your preferred email address and text messaging address below, and
we'll call you to action - we know you care!
(A Joint Action Call from The Ruckus Society, Working Assets, National Healthcare-NOW, Hip-Hop Congress, the National Hip-Hop Political Convention, Hip-Hop Caucus, Music For America, the League of Young Voters and more!)
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Know where to vote. Polling places change like the weather. Be sure to go to the right poll the first time. Click here to find your correct polling place and get there early to ensure your vote.
http://www.vote411.org
National Voter Assistance Hotline. Write down this number (1-866-OUR VOTE) and take it with you to the polls. If you see or encounter any problems on Election Day, call 1-866-OUR VOTE. Trained volunteers will be staffing this nonpartisan effort to provide voter assistance and protect voter rights.

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