5 Days Until Election Day
National Women for Biden Call
This Thursday at 7 PM ET, Women for Biden is hosting our final National Call. Join us to hear about how we’re going to get this done (and how you can plug in!) over the next few days.
Wisconsin Women for Biden/Harris Weekly Phone Bank
Please join Wisconsin women every Thursday afternoon at 4pm CT for a virtual phone bank to help elect Joe Biden & Kamala Harris. We need all hands-on deck to mobilize voters!
No experience necessary: Training will be provided every Thursday at the start of the call.
Please Sign Up to join us and get login information. Can’t wait to see you there.
PA Women for Biden Friendbank: Pat’s vs. Geno’s vs. Everyone Else
PA Women for Biden will spend the final week before the election getting out the vote by texting friends and family.
Sign up for a Zoom meeting where we will walk through how to talk to your friends and family about voting this November, with a focus on texting.
Every night we’ll have a different theme — pick your team, sign up for a shift, and ask a friend to join you for this event.
THURSDAY: Pat’s vs. Geno’s vs. Everyone Else
Weekly Phone Banks
Women for Biden GOTV Marathon – October 31-Nov. 3
Join women across the country for a 4-Day, All-Day virtual Get Out The Vote (GOTV) Marathon!
It’s time to Get Out The VOTE! Join women across the country as we rally these last four days for a GOTV marathon.
From Saturday through Election Day, join us as we help voters in swing states get to the polls.
A virtual campaign “dance marathon,” every day will feature phone bank trainings, surprise guests, dance breaks and calling voters to ensure they have what they need to VOTE.
Every call matters, so sign up today for any two-hour window (or for as many windows as you can) during this last chance to make a difference in this election!
Whether you’re a first time volunteer, or have made calls on the campaign before, we’ll make sure that you have all the tools and information you need in order to Get Out The Vote.
Volunteer In-person: Canvassing
Voter Protection Team as a Poll Observer (for lawyers and law students)
VOTER PROTECTION HOTLINE
IN THE NEWS
Supreme Court rules ballots in North Carolina can be received up to nine days after Election Day
Under the Supreme Court’s order, mailed ballots postmarked on or before Election Day must be received by 5 p.m. on November 12 in order to be counted, serving a blow to Republicans’ request to invalidate votes.
If you haven’t mailed your ballot yet, make a plan to drop off in a ballot box, OR vote in person so it is counted. IWillVote.com
Hillary Clinton joins Electoral College 4 years after it cost her the presidency: ‘Pretty sure I’ll get to vote for Joe’
This year, Hillary Clinton is listed by New York State Board of Elections as one of 29 Democratic electors for the state. If Joe Biden wins the popular vote in New York, Clinton and the 28 other electors will vote for him to be the next president.
Former Pence adviser: Voting for Joe Biden was an emotional relief
“I voted for a straight Democratic ticket, something I’ve never done in my entire voting life. And, it was just a relief…walking out of there I had tears in my eyes, because I was thinking, I’m doing everything I can to change what is happening to our country. This moment matters so much.”
Women of color will play crucial role in both presidential and local elections
“I’m going to tell you something right now: Women of color can make this happen. This is the moment.” Women of color are the fastest growing voting bloc in the country—and She the People’s founder believes that, based on data from 2016, they could prove themselves pivotal in delivering Democrats a decisive victory.
Our rights, all of our rights are on the ballot. 5 days. IWillVote.com
Why it has to be Biden – The Economist endorses Joe Biden
“After almost four years of his leadership, politics is even angrier than it was and partisanship even less constrained. Daily life is consumed by a pandemic that has registered almost 230,000 deaths amid bickering, buck-passing and lies. Much of that is Mr. Trump’s doing, and his victory on November 3rd would endorse it all. Joe Biden is not a miracle cure for what ails America. But he is a good man who would restore steadiness and civility to the White House. He is equipped to begin the long, difficult task of putting a fractured country back together again. That is why, if we had a vote, it would go to Joe.”
Coronavirus Is A Key Campaign Issue: What’s Joe Biden’s Plan?
COPY: His seven-point plan includes: creating national guidelines for stopping outbreaks, consistent, evidence-based guidance, ramping up testing, ending shortages of protective gear, helping people get healthcare, and creating tens of thousands of new jobs in caregiving and public health including a public health corps.
We have 5 days. Vote. IWillVote.com
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