Monday, June 2, 2008

Get Out the Vote in South Dakota

There are 31 delegates at stake tomorrow in South Dakota and Montana. Barack needs 44 more delegates to win the nomination. Here's a post from with information on helping get out the vote in South Dakota.

Help South Dakota Get Out the Vote

by Zachary Scott Edwards, Monday, June 02, 2008 at 07:52 AM

The intersection of Vote St. and Quest St. goes right through South Dakota

There is only one more day until we vote in South Dakota and the grassroots has mobilized to knock on doors, make the important phone calls, and work to help Get Out the Vote.

If you are in South Dakota, and need to find where to vote tomorrow, click here. You can also call 1-866-675-2008.

This is the crunch time where every minute counts. Our local offices are the best place to go if you want to get involved, but you can also call your nearest office and they can help you find a canvass near you—we need your help today!

KEVN reports...

Obama supporters continue door to door campaign

Volunteers are going door-to-door passing out literature, posting signs, and trying to get the last of the undecided voters on the Illinois Senator's side.

Richard Ptacek says, "There's an opportunity here to clarify some things. I think there are a lot of talking points out there that are not accurate and maybe today when I get out and meet some of these people I can help clarify some of those things or at least get them to look at it a little closer." Richard and his family from Piedmont have decided to spend their Sunday canvassing -- hoping to share with others their belief in Obama's ability to change America. Richard Ptacek says, "A lot of times a families politics do dived families. In our case it brings us together. So we're gonna take the time to go to work together to share our experience, strength and hope with others to."

If you are able, please join us for this extremely important day of reaching out to local voters, talking about Barack, and making sure they know where they are voting on Tuesday. We’ll provide all of the materials to make it easy, make sure you are comfortable and going out with a canvass buddy, and provide food and drinks to enjoy before and after you go out!

We need every voice speaking loud and clear about the importance of tomorrow’s vote in South Dakota—and if you are at home, and ready to make the difference, then please, get started making calls!

Barack talks about honest solutions to the nation's problems in Mitchell, South Dakota.

Ida Fast Wolf introduces Barack Obama in Rapid City, South Dakota.

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