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Action: Share the public ed voter slate to social media one last time
With Election Day tomorrow, it's crucial that we reach as many people as possible with our message. Please post or repost the Public Education Voter ballot slate to social media one last time. Sample caption below.
"With time running out, we need to reach as many people as we can with this important message: be a Public Education Voter and vote YES on Amendment B and Proposition EE. Vote NO on Propositions 116 and 117. Repost and share this with your friends"
Action: Remind your friends and family to vote!
Tomorrow at 7pm, the polls will close. Shortly thereafter (we hope), we will know the fate of the measures on our Public Education Voter ballot slate.
Before then, we need you to contact as many friends and family members as you can to make sure they've voted. If they haven't please urge them to drop off their ballot before 7pm tomorrow night, and provide them with our Public Education Voter slate.
Action: Text your friends
With time running out, texting is the single most effective way to contact voters - and we need your help. Sign up to text with Be a Public Education Voter and we'll give you all the tools you need to make a positive difference in this election. Follow this link to get started: http://bit.ly/TextForPublicEd2020
Action: Share to social media
Election Day is next Tuesday! If you haven’t already filled out your ballot, get on it!
It’s too late to mail your ballot, but you can still drop it off. Find your nearest drop box on your county website!
Remember, before you vote, consult Great Ed’s Be a Public Education Voter ballot slate! 👇👇
Action: Email your friends and family
Election Day is next week!
If you have not already turned in your ballot, please do so as soon as possible. Please note: it is now too late to mail your ballot. Please find the dropbox nearest to you on your county website.
The earlier public education supporters like you and me turn in our ballots, the easier it will be for the Be A Public Education Voter campaign to contact the supporters needed to win on November 3.
If you haven’t already done so, please reference the Public Education Voter ballot slate to help you learn more about the education measures that matter most for our kids and teachers this election before you vote. You can view it here.
Together, we can pave the way for a brighter future for public education.