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ACTIVATE YOUR ONLINE NETWORK

ACTIVATE YOUR NETWORK

Here is what we know for sure. When #BlackWomenVote we don’t vote alone, we organize our house, our block, our church, our sorority and our network. We will activate our powerful networks online, through calls and text messages. And now is no different because more than ever our voices, votes and leadership matters!

Can we count on you to activate your network? We need to do all we can to share the tools needed for Black women to prepare, protect and get out the vote.

Together we will raise our voice, cast our votes and flex our collective voting power.

Activate your network today!

Election Day
Election Day Tuesday, November 05, 2024 11:59 pm 137

Activate your online networkSAMPLE EMAIL #1

Hi [Name],

Voting ends this year on November 8th, and we know how important it is for us to vote this year. It seems like every day we get some new devastating news, and this is our chance to channel all of that anger and passion into action.

I’m doing my part by making sure everyone in my circle has a safe vote plan for this year. Do you need help finding your polling location? Have you made your plan to vote? If you are looking for information or guidance on how to vote, check out www.BlackWomenVote.com for voter information and Election Day resources. I used it to make my own voting plan.

This year, I made a pledge through Higher Heights, the political home for Black women, to help mobilize more Black women to the polls, and I hope you will join me in VOTING on or before Election Day.

In community,
[Name]

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Activate your online networkSAMPLE EMAIL #2

Hey [name],

I just wanted to send you a quick reminder that tomorrow is Election Day. The polls will be open in [city] from _____a.m. until ______p.m.

If you aren’t sure where your polling location is, you can find out by going to www.BlackWomenVote.com. Don’t let the day go by without making your voice heard. I hope you will join me at the polls so we can celebrate the power of Black women voters afterwards.

In community,
[Name]

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