Protect the Vote on Tuesday: Election Protection Hotline

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Dear james m,
This Tuesday, dubbed "Super Tuesday" by political junkies and the media, is the biggest day of the 2008 presidential primary races for both parties.
Voters in your state and 23 others are expected to turn out in record numbers. We’re doing our part to make sure voting rights are protected and the election is administered fairly. Please join us.
If you experience, see or hear about voting problems in your state, please call the toll-free, nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE.
That’s the number. Easy to say, easy to remember. Please tell your friends and acquaintances about it. If you can, print out our flyer and post or distribute it. Fair elections depend on the vigilance of citizens like you.
Every American citizen has the right to register, vote, and have that vote count. People For the American Way Foundation’s nonpartisan Election Protection program is designed to help safeguard that right.
Help us ensure that everyone’s right to vote is protected — be our eyes and ears on the ground. If you feel your rights have been violated, or see something that you feel might be a violation of someone else’s rights, please call Election Protection toll-free: 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683).
The Election Protection Hotline will be staffed by attorneys at several regional call centers around the country. We are working arduously to prevent problems in 2008 before they happen, meeting with county election officials around the country to assess how things are working in their jurisdictions, and to identify and try to correct the weak spots. Finding out about problems on Tuesday will be critical in determining what work needs to done to protect voters’ rights in November.
Thank you for your help in spreading the word about 1-866-OUR-VOTE.
— People For the American Way Foundation & The Democracy Campaign
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