Hey Girl Barack Obama emails

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Subject: This is actually really fun (and I’ll totes do it with you)

Friend (yes, we’re friends) —In 2007, I spent a few months in Iowa before the caucuses, getting all sorts of folks fired up to cast their vote for this guy named Barack Obama. What I remember most: It was shockingly, painfully cold. And fun. Actually, super fun. And easier than I thought, to talk to total strangers and ask them to vote. That’s why I traveled to 25 other states for the President in 2008, and why I’m volunteering again. Well, that and because we don’t want to see the progress we’ve made on everything from student loans to health care get turned back.If you join, you’ll be doing exactly what I did — going to one of the most critical states for a few weeks leading up to Election Day, and making sure people there go to the polls. You’ll make phone calls, knock on doors, and have one-on-one conversations with people about why you support President Obama. It’s important, fun stuff. Yeah, you’ll be a volunteer, but the local staff, fellow volunteers, and people you meet will make it worth your while in donuts, love, and appreciation (and let’s face it, donuts are legit). Whenever you arrive, they’ll want you to stay through Election Day — and take my word for it, that’ll be the best part. On Election Day in 2008, I was in Florida with a bunch of awesome young volunteers (and their sweet robot, pic below). Where will I go this year? Where will you go?Sign up now to join Vote Corps, and a really nice organizer will drop you a line to tell you more.
Just tell them Kal said you should do this. Because I did. And then fist bump and hug it out with your new friends. Smell that? It’s freedom. Thanks, Kal

Subject: This is actually really fun (and I’ll totes do it with you)

Friend (yes, we’re friends) —

In 2007, I spent a few months in Iowa before the caucuses, getting all sorts of folks fired up to cast their vote for this guy named Barack Obama.

What I remember most: It was shockingly, painfully cold. And fun.

Actually, super fun. And easier than I thought, to talk to total strangers and ask them to vote. That’s why I traveled to 25 other states for the President in 2008, and why I’m volunteering again. Well, that and because we don’t want to see the progress we’ve made on everything from student loans to health care get turned back.

If you join, you’ll be doing exactly what I did — going to one of the most critical states for a few weeks leading up to Election Day, and making sure people there go to the polls.

You’ll make phone calls, knock on doors, and have one-on-one conversations with people about why you support President Obama. It’s important, fun stuff.

Yeah, you’ll be a volunteer, but the local staff, fellow volunteers, and people you meet will make it worth your while in donuts, love, and appreciation (and let’s face it, donuts are legit).

Whenever you arrive, they’ll want you to stay through Election Day — and take my word for it, that’ll be the best part. On Election Day in 2008, I was in Florida with a bunch of awesome young volunteers (and their sweet robot, pic below). Where will I go this year? Where will you go?

Sign up now to join Vote Corps, and a really nice organizer will drop you a line to tell you more.

Just tell them Kal said you should do this. Because I did. And then fist bump and hug it out with your new friends. Smell that? It’s freedom.

Thanks,

Kal