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More than 40,000 Americans have already cast their ballots in our online vote that will determine which House incumbent and challenger will receive the next fundraising messages to the PAC for a Change email list.

This is your last chance, with just a few more hours to go until our online polls close, to join them.  So I'm making one last "get out the vote" push.

Please visit now and vote for the House candidates PAC for a Change should support next -- before our online polls close at 11:59pm PT tonight!

I can tell you how well I remember my own House races before I was elected to the U.S. Senate.  An extra $5,000 or $10,000 was incredibly meaningful -- particularly if I didn't have to travel to some far off city to raise it or put on a fundraiser with costs that could eat up as much as 25-50% of the proceeds.

We want our key Democratic candidates across the country to be able to concentrate as much as they can on winning!  That's why I started PAC for a Change, and that's why your vote is so important.

Being featured in our next fundraising emails will mean an added $10,000, $20,000, or much more for the incumbent and challenger who win our online vote, thanks to the generosity and support of the entire PAC for a Change community.

Help us decide who those 2 House candidates should be.

There are only a few hours left. Vote now!

-- Barbara

P.S.  I look forward to meeting many of you in Las Vegas at YearlyKos in a few weeks!

Originally posted to Barbara Boxer on Fri May 12, 2006 at 10:51 AM PDT.

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