| President Obama needs you on the phone, Diane.|
It's simple: In a race as close as this one, we win by getting enough people to the polls. But we'll only get it done if everyone who cares about this election steps up and helps out.
That's where you come in. For a lot of voters out there, the difference between casting a ballot or not comes down to a single conversation with someone like you.
So don't waste another minute -- start reaching out to voters using our online call tool right now:
This couldn't be more urgent. You know firsthand that other voters in key states like yours are seeing negative ad after negative ad attacking our progress and distorting President Obama's record, practically every time they turn on the TV.
That's the other side's strategy. And while Mitt Romney and the Republicans are outspending us on the air, we can still win if we outnumber them in a major way at the doors and on the phones.
We've been doing just that, but we have a whole lot more voters to reach, and not a whole lot of time to do it. That's exactly what the call tool is for -- but it'll only make the difference we need if people like you take advantage of it.
Start making calls right now:
And sign up for your get-out-the-vote call shifts, too:
Thanks, and have fun with it!
National Get Out the Vote Director
Obama for America
P.S. -- For some extra inspiration, check out this video featuring one of our best callers: Walter, a 91-year-old World War II veteran from Maryland, and why he's using the call tool to make a difference for President Obama.
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