Good morning. Find a Democratic candidate who is trying to replace a Republican today. Find a few.
Sign up to help a campaign.
Volunteer to make calls to get out the vote.
Volunteer to write postcards and letters to potential voters.
Volunteer to knock on doors.
Help others register to vote and check their own registration.
Volunteer to drive others to the polls.
You'll feel better and you'll be doing something to build the 2020 #BlueWave
Heroes take action.
Signing up to commit to caucus as we speak. If you're in Colorado and interested in participating in the Democratic caucus, it is March 7th (a Saturday) and you can find out more about where and when.... here:
As soon as we have our Senate candidate, I'm all in to send Cory Gardner packing. #VoteBlue
Also, if you're in CO, make sure you drop off your POTUS primary ballots if you haven't already mailed them in. They may not be counted if you mail them in now.
There are 24 hour drop-off sites throughout the state. In-person voting (and same day registration!) at a polling center has started and you can find a location here: https://www.govotecolorado.com/
We'll do it all again when the state primary happens June 30th! #copolitics
@IronMan2020 I’m going to vote early today and taking someone with me. This weekend I’m going to help out with some text banking. I’m making sure to let everyone around me know they need to vote!
That's the kind of thing I like to hear.
@IronMan2020 Remember to tell others in your life about the things you are doing too. Lots of people don't only want to vote, but want a way to be involved. I recruited some new #PostcardsToVoters writers this weekend who were hesitant to canvass or make phone calls but want to do something more than just donate money (which is definitely needed!) to elect Democrats.
@IronMan2020 The part that the stats professor will drill into your head is that correlation does not equal causation, even if you never learn the difference between a chi-square and a t-test. 🙂
Not everyone's math is always right.
@IronMan2020 At the risk of sounding like Andrew Yang, put better math education on the list of wishes.
@IronMan2020 @OfdonaldJ Oops, you didn't get tagged in this response. I'm also not that big a fan of sin taxes for a list of reasons that I will have to go into when I'm not doing a lot of short toots during a debate. In short though: create black markets, hurt people who can least afford it without necessarily changing behaviors, sometimes sweep up the wrong things. But I agree with changing incentives and having a much broader array of solutions by smart people! https://mastodon.social/web/statuses/103722833516070107
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