OFA Iowa | By Brad Anderson, Iowa State Director on June 21, 2012
This weekend, volunteers across Iowa will be hitting the streets for President Obama — and next week, one of them will be grabbing a bite with Vice President Joe Biden.
Here’s the deal: The Vice President is coming to Iowa to meet with volunteers and talk about the critical choice facing the voters this fall. Along the way, he’s reserving some time to grab a bite with a supporter like you and whoever you choose to bring.
We need your help this weekend because early voting in Iowa starts in less than 100 days. Simply put, one-on-one conversations win elections in Iowa. It’s on us to go door to door to get the word out about the President’s accomplishments and the importance of early voting. We need to make sure every supporter understands the stakes — and is ready to vote.
If you come out and volunteer on Saturday, you’ll be automatically entered to win a special thank you from the Vice President — face to face.
Helping the campaign and meeting the Vice President — what’s not to love?
OFA Iowa: Sign Up for a Gotta Vote Early Weekend of Action
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In less than 100 days, Iowans will begin casting their votes for the 2012 election. The work we do this summer will determine the outcome of this race in Iowa. Show your support for President Obama and other Democrats, sign up to join a Gotta Vote Early Weekend of Action event near you.
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