Just a quick reminder: There is only 1 more day in Senator Barbara Boxer's online vote that will determine which Democratic Senate challenger will be featured in the next fundraising email from PAC for a Change.
A look at the current standings of the top 5 candidates shows Utah's own Democratic Senate candidate, Pete Ashdown, fighting hard and anything can happen between now and the close of voting TOMORROW.
It takes only a few seconds for you to make a difference -- click here right now:
There have been two lead changes in the past week alone, meaning that ultimate victory is still very much up for grabs:
Democrats saw the power of Senator Boxer's PAC for a Change community at work last month when, thanks to online voters, a similar fundraising email raised more than $80,000 for Sen. Maria Cantwell in her race against the deep-pocketed Mike McGavick in Washington.
Remember, because PAC for a Change will send a fundraising email out to their entire PAC for a Change community on behalf of the Democratic Senate candidate who wins this online vote, passing on this information to your friends and family could mean tens of thousands of dollars of critical financial support for a deserving campaign. Please invite your friends and family to participate in the vote today!
For this reason, we encourage you to reach out to your friends and family -- as well as members of local activist groups you may be a part of -- and forward them information on how to vote. In a race this close, your outreach efforts could be what makes the difference!
Help Pete Ashdown, our Democratic Senate challenger in one of the key races across America -- a race that may well determine whether we pick up the 6 seats needed to take back the Senate this November. Wouldn't it be wonderful if one of those 6 seats was Orrin Hatch's? Vote now, and spread the word.
Pete Ashdown a great Utahn, a great Democrat and a well deserving candidate. Please lend him your support and take 30 seconds to practice giving him your November 7th vote a few months early.
Wayne Holland, Jr.