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Thanks for signing up to register voters in the Rising American Electorate!

Thanks for signing up to register voters in the Rising American Electorate!

This year, registering voters among young people, unmarried women, and people of color−the Rising American Electorate−could be the key to the presidential race as well as countless other races like the Senate race between Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown. More than 40% of people in these key demographic groups aren’t registered to vote.

Our allies have mailed voter registration forms to many eligible voters this week and a warm, personal phone call from a volunteer like you can substantially increase the number of people who register. Our easy-to-use online system will provide you with phone numbers and a script to read, and you can practice first.

Can you spend 15 minutes calling members of the Rising American Electorate to make sure they register to vote?

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