We need your help in Massachusetts

Ross Wallen June 19, 2013 1

Election Day is next Tuesday in Massachusetts, where progressive champion Ed Markey is taking on Gabriel Gomez, his Republican opponent.

The race is close and low turnout is expected so it’s essential to get out the progressive vote. It’s on us to make sure we send progressive backup to the Senate for Elizabeth Warren, not Gomez and his vote to cut Medicare and Social Security.

If you agree, join us as we make calls to voters in Massachusetts and urge them to elect Ed Markey to the U.S. Senate. Sign up for a short 2-hour evening shift now.

Markey holds a minor lead in what pundits are calling a “toss up” election.1 That’s just too close for comfort in a state that elected Republican Scott Brown when progressives didn’t turn out the vote in 2010. With the amount of GOP obstruction going on in Congress right now, we just can’t afford to make that mistake again.

We need to keep every progressive vote we have in the Senate. And we need your help now to make it happen for Massachusetts.Click here to sign up for a quick 2-hour calling shift this week to help elect Ed Markey to the U.S. Senate. It’s easy to use our automated calling system, all you need is a phone and a computer with internet access. You’ll be talking directly to Massachusetts voters, and your call may be the push they need to get out and vote in this special election.

Can’t call? Chip in $15 or more to help fund our calling program.

 

Sources:

1 – “Massachusetts Senate race called ‘toss up’: Could GOP surprise again?” Christian Science Monitor, May 31, 2013