Monday, November 1, 2010

Not Quite Time to Celebrate...

I know many of you out there are positively giddy about the potential results of tomorrow's election, but I want to remind you that we haven't won anything yet.  While Early Voting totals indicate far more Republicans than Democrats are coming out this year, have no doubt that the Democrats are not giving up without a fight, and they are doing everything they can to turn out the liberal-progressive vote.  In addition,  there have been some allegations of voter fraud in Texas, and in Williamson County Republicans are investigating the possibility that a liberal group has been creating 'ghost boxes' for mail-in ballots and combing obituaries for dead voters. 

Of course one way to combat voter fraud is to score an overwhelming victory, and it is essential that we turn out every possible vote. 

If you have not yet voted, polls will be open tomorrow, Tuesday, November 2, from 7 am to 7 pm.  Also, please remember that you will only be permitted to vote at your precinct polling location.  You can look up your location at the Texas Secretary of State Website

If you have voted, take a few moments today to email or call those in your sphere of influence, or volunteer with a local candidate's campaign.  Most campaigns will be phone banking this evening. 

So, while we are anticipating big wins, please don't start celebrating.  Our work here is not yet done.

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