Sep 05 2012
What’s your plan for tomorrow?
Posted by: Kevin B. Gilnack, Campaign Manager
Tomorrow (Thursday, Sept. 6) is the Massachusetts Primary Election. This important voting day is your chance to decide who will be on the ballot to represent you in November.
As we continue to build power and advocate for human services, it's critical that we show our elected officials that we'll hold them accountable at the ballot box. Can you take the pledge to get out and vote tomorrow?
Everyone's lives are busy -- especially for people involved with the human services system -- but voting is an essential right and an essential part of our democratic process. That's why when you take the pledge to vote, you'll have the chance to think about and share your plans for casting your ballot.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m., so whether it's before work, during lunch, or after work, it's important to know when you're going to get out and help shape our future. If you're not sure where to vote, you can find out at www.wheredoivotema.com.
Your voice is critical to the success of The Caring Force, and by taking part in the voting process you help empower the entire human services sector. Let us know we can count on you to be a part of this important process:
Be sure to help amplify our power by forwarding this message along to your friends, family, and colleagues!
Thank you for being a voter and encouraging others to get involved. And, if you aren't registered to vote or need to update your voter registration because you've moved or want to change parties, do it now to make sure you can vote in November!