Delegate Rob Bell reminds us that every vote counts…

Dear Friend:

I hope you’ve seen the most recent Quinnipiac poll, which shows the Governor’s race is closing dramatically. Meanwhile, projections continue to show a very low turnout on Election Day. This makes our end-of-election work even more important! In 2005, Bob McDonnell won statewide office by only 323 votes, and in 2007, Ken Cuccinelli only won his Senate seat by 92 votes. Your work can truly make the difference for Cuccinelli / Jackson / Obenshain!

How can you help?

1. This weekend will be our last chance to convince Republicans to get out and vote. We need volunteers to make phone calls and knock on doors. Please report in at your local Victory office, which you can find, here. (In Charlottesville, I will be knocking on doors on Saturday starting at 10:00 a.m. If you have a few hours on Saturday or Sunday afternoon, please come by the headquarters in Albemarle Square – at the corner of 29 and Rio.)

2. Every unit needs volunteers for work on Election Day itself. Again, find your closest office here.

3. Call your friends and family. With the low turnout, don’t assume that your conservative friends are automatically voting. Take an hour on Sunday night and just confirm that everyone will be able to get to the polls on Tuesday.

Let’s win this thing!

Sincerely,

Rob Bell
Delegate, 58th District

PS: If you are working on Election Day and have legal problems or concerns, the RPV Election Day Incident Hotline is 571-354-6755.