Skip to comments.TOP 10 WAYS YOU CAN HELP BEFORE ELECTION DAY!
Posted on 10/22/2002 6:58:04 PM PDT by PhiKapMom
1 Join the Sign War
Place a sign in your yard or office window. Drive around your neighborhood to make sure signs didnt come down overnight. Make sure candidate signs are up and looking sharp.
2 Display a Bumer Sticker
Put a bumper sticker on your car or on a community bulletin board as a morale booster. (To avoid peeling off a sun-worn bumper sticker, tape it to the inside back window of your car.)
3Pass Out Campaign Literature
Walk your neighborhood with campaign literature and remind neighbors of the upcoming election. Your personal touch could help the swing voter turn out in the GOPs favor. Take the kids and make it a family affair.
4 Mail in Absentee Ballots
Make sure your friends and neighbors send in their absentee ballots early.
5 Celebrate with Signs
Celebrate the democratic process. Gather your friends, find a busy intersection and wave yard signs to support your candidate. Youll be reminding voters that the election is near and your candidate is the right choice.
6Serve as a 72-Hour Volunteer
HELP WANTED are the watch words in the last 72 hours before the election. Volunteer coordi- nators with each campaign or at the state party will let you know where youre needed most.
7 Work the Polls
Working with your local campaign or state party, get a list of targeted voters and check this list Top 10 Ways You Can Help Before Election Day against the official polling place list to make sure targeted voters have voted.
8 Help with 72-Hour Flushing
The 72-Hour Flushing staff uses the targeted voter information to flush out those Republican voters who have not voted. Contact your state party to find out how you can help get these Republican voters to the polls on Election Day.
9Make the Call
Call friends and neighbors to remind them to vote. Local campaigns and state parties can provide lists of targeted households. Volunteering at a phone bank can also be a lot of fun, and its a great way to meet other Republicans in your area.
10 Act as a Designated Driver
Drive volunteers to targeted precincts and get voters to the polls.
Two weeks from tomorrow I expect to see Talent as the Senate from Missouri!And you WILL!
As WE shall soon elect Bill Simon as Governor of California......and DUMP [the corrupt, incompetent (incumbent RAT) soon-to-be-EX-governor, Gray] DAVIS!, from:
Live Pics from Sacramento DUMP DAVIS Rally
Patriot Defenders Network ^ | October 19, 2002 | restoreourfreedom (Banned Phil) via comwatch
Posted on 10/19/2002 3:03 PM Pacific by comwatch
Great job RonDog, Saundra, Lager, Impeach
Here's just a few candid shots from the rally.
Thanks for telling us where you stand so Freepers can see for themselves and ignore your anti-Republican posts! You should change your name because you are no Liberal Loather with a comment like that since Gore is one of the biggest Liberals around!
STOP the GRIDLOCK!
Chattanooga Free Press
October 20, 2002
While Tennesseans have the opportunity to replace one able conservative with another in the United States Senate, Georgians have an opportunity to elect a conservative senator instead of a liberal one thereby returning control of the Senate to those supporting President George W. Bush.
Georgias U.S. Rep. Saxby Chambliss is seeking to provide sound service for Georgia in place of the liberal voting record of incumbent Sen. Max Cleland.
This is not a contest of personalities but of principles. The stakes are high, for Georgia and for the United States. With conservatives one vote short of a Senate majority, the election of Rep. Chambliss could make a tremendous difference.
Georgia is generally a conservative state. Georgia has supported President Bush. Georgias Sen. Zell Miller, a Democrat, has often been a valuable supporter of President Bush. Rep. Chambliss should be elected to the Senate to strengthen the president and assure strong support for sound constitutional principles.
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