Straight talk, folks. It all comes down to this. I, like many of you, have been working on this election for two years. We have literally given blood, sweat, and tears to this, not to mention money and loads upon loads of time away from our families. And we now have about 48 more hours to make a difference.
You have 48 hours left to make a difference. Make phone calls:
Talk to your friends, family, neighbors:
Contact your local Obama campaign office or Democratic HQ and find out how you can help get folks to the polls on Tuesday. Call in to radio shows and (politely) express your opinions and convictions. Put an Obama sign in your yard, a sticker on your car (make them, if you have to). Do the little things; do the big things. Give money:
It’s not too late to make a difference in a battleground state. Volunteer to go there:
And vote, y’all. VOTE. The polls mean nothing … nothing … without our votes to back them up. Take your friends, take your neighbors, have a party at your polling place. Be nice, be polite, be vigilant, be joyous. You are making a difference. You are being a force for change.
This has been one long road. We are all tired. We are all weary. If we do this, if we make this happen, we will have proven that there is nothing we cannot do when we fight together. Two more days … 48 more hours … and then, joy in the morning.