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Postcards to Voters

Postcards to Win

Oct 11th 4PM in Waimea 
(Click here for details) 
Oct 14th 10AM in Waikiki 
(Click here for details)

Lahaina residents of course are torn over tourism but it is nice to see the balanced coverage by William Brangham.  See Civil Beatʻs list  for where you can donate (cash and supplies, in Maui and Oʻahu) and how you can volunteer.

Sickend by how McCarthy got outsted?  Get some emotional relief (watch first 8 minutes of Lincoln Projectʻs breakdown) and JOIN US.  

Let’s postcard now to register new left-leaning voters to win in 2024!
Let’s turnout voters to win back Virginia State House in 2023! 
Let’s finish the job.

Click here for the full schedule of postcards to win
(schedule updated weekly)

Textbank with Working Family Party Tuesdays NOON HST if you prefer to text.  

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