Out Early for Equality
November 2, 2010 by Marty Rouse, National Field Director
I was at the polls this morning at 6:00am in Putnam County, New York. My teeth were chattering and I kept myself entertained by seeing my breath. But I kept warm by the thought that these last minute contacts with voters might change someone’s mind, or make sure they voted in down ballot races for fair-minded candidates. And, the cup of coffee brought to me by a sympathetic voter helped as well. My own exit polling (measured scientifically by counting the thumbs up and thumbs down) shows that this is going to be a close race. Make sure that you are out there to do your part.
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