PEG 12th Congressional District
Election Day: Tuesday, November 6
Polls Open from 8 am to 8 pm
Our mission is Equality in Government
That means we must make an all-out effort to Get out the Vote!
Please share this email and information. We are running out of time to make a difference in this critical election.
Be an informed voter, help your friends be an informed voter
If you believe in equality and acceptance, be an informed voter
Click here to get a Washtenaw County Voter Guide with the Blue Wave Sample Ballot indicating which candidates support PEG’s mission of having a government that treats everyone with equality and acceptance. Below, the image below of the Washtenaw County Blue Wave Sample Ballot is completely downloadable! Download it, print it, and carry it in with you to the polls Tuesday. Also, Voter guides for 18 Michigan counties can be viewed and downloaded from michiganvoterguides.org. PLEASE SHARE.
Volunteer to help us win
Be part of Team Dingell to Get Out The Vote(GOTV)
Knock on doors, make calls or send text messages.  Click here for more information and to sign up.
 
Volunteer for Elissa Slotkin 8th Congressional District campaign
Her race against Michael Bishop is a very close one. Click here to help flip the seat!

Canvassing and phone banking for Gretchen Driskell and Donna Lasinski
IBEW Hall, 7920 Jackson Rd (past Baker) Email teamdonna@votedonnalasinski.com or just show up!

Make calls with others today (Monday) with MI-Resistance
1320 W. Huron St, Ann Arbor . 2-4 pm, 4–6 pm, 6–8 pm

Volunteer for the Michigan Dems
Join friends, old and new, to talk to voters about issues they care about and ask them to vote for Democrats tomorrow. From making calls to knocking doors and everything in between, there are opportunities to volunteer every day in 15 local counties. To find the many various activities, places and times and to sign up Click here .

Be a poll greeter for Sam Bagenstos and Megan Cavanagh
Click here for more information and to sign up.

Be a poll greeter for the Washtenaw County Democratic Party
Follow THIS LINK to sign up for 2018 WCDP Poll Greeters. At the top of the Google sheet you will find instructions on how to sign up and links for the polling places in Washtenaw County with the highest turnout in previous elections.

Get Out The vote with the One Campaign’s Election Day Events
Click here for more information and to sign up.

Monday, November 5 and Tuesday, November 6. GOTV with NextGen America
Important Contact Information
POLL GREETERS
If you are a poll greeter and have questions or need to reload with slate cards, call, text, or email:

VOTING/POLLING LOCATION ISSUES
If you see voting irregularities, have trouble voting, or have any issues at all at the polls, call the statewide hotline: 833-430-VOTE . If you see super long lines at the polls, especially at the end of the day (after 6 pm) call, text, or email: Zachary Hayward – (517) 881-7899/ zhayward@1campaignmi.com
RIDE TO THE POLLS
Anyone who needs a FREE ride to and from their polling location can call or Text 734-506-VOTE . Email: ridetothepolls@washtenawdems.org
Free and discounted rides are also available from Uber, Lyft and scooter rental companies Lime and Skip. Click here to read about it and find links for free/discounted rides to the polls on Tuesday.
  • Lyft - Access a 50% off promo code here.
  • Uber - Get $10 off in-app on Election Day
Things you can do digitally
You can also spread the word about the Voter Guides and the election in general using social media. Here are some ideas:

  • Add a Facebook frame to your profile picture. To add the frame, go Facebook.com/WashtenawDems, scroll down to the pinned post, and click the "Try it" button.



  • Share the Washtenaw County Dems Voter Guide, along with a ton of resources and events by directing folks to the PEG website at www.equalityingov.org.

  • Share the link to all 18 Michigan Dems Voter Guides on all your social media platforms and blogs. The link to to share is www.michiganvoterguides.org
PEG is a non-partisan volunteer organization whose mission is to assure that our government will treat all Americans with equality and acceptance. We do our work by recruiting, educating and nurturing supporters for worthy organizations, actions and events that reflect our beliefs. Looking for more information? Check out the equalityingov.org webpage. Click here to see us on Facebook and our frequent posts or tweet us!