Volunteer from your home in Ashland to elect Democrats

The election is only 27 days away—and early voting has begun in some states. But what about Democrats who normally don't vote? Are they casting ballots?

At Daily Kos, we have a statistically proven way to make sure these irregular Democratic voters cast ballots this year. We need you to help us out, and you can do it from the comfort of your own home.

Please sign up to write personal letters to Democrats in swing states or swing districts who have a low likelihood of voting, and tell them why casting a ballot is important to you. This get out the vote program has proven to be effective in increasing turnout. Click to volunteer with Vote Forward.

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Can't write letters right now? Chip in $3 to help Daily Kos turn out the Democratic vote.

In 2014, the November elections had the lowest turnout for a midterm since 1942 (when we were fighting World War II) and Democrats got CREAMED. It was a very depressing night.

I don't ever want to experience that again, and now there's an easy way to help Democratic voters go to the polls without having to make phone calls, send a text or knock on doors.

Over 9,000 Daily Kos members have signed up to write personal letters to 500,000 targeted voters who, if they actually vote, are over 90% likely to vote for Democrats. However, we need 20,000 volunteers in order to send a letter to every voter we are targeting, and the letters must be sent by October 30th. We need more volunteers.

Join the fun by signing up today to write letters to 500,000 irregular Democratic voters in swing districts and help increase Democratic turnout through an effective, proven method.

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Can't write letters right now? Chip in $3 to help Daily Kos turn out the Democratic vote.

Thanks for all you do,
Paul Hogarth, Daily Kos

Daily Kos, PO Box 70036, Oakland, CA, 94612.

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