Tuesday, October 30, 2012
More than 15 million voters have voluntarily signed up to receive emails from either
Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, making email a powerful tool
during this election. Illinois Farm Bureau (IFB) is tapping into
this power, too.
Today, Illinois Farm Bureau President Philip Nelson will email
numerous IFB members -both farmers and non-farmers. But instead of
asking for campaign donations, Nelson asks these men and women to
join him at the polls - as informed voters!
In his email, Nelson says, "With the number and magnitude of the
issues facing our country, I believe this is one of the most
important elections ever. I encourage all of you to be a part of
the process. Become informed on the issues and the candidates
running for office."
He adds, "Voting is not only the way to shape your future, but
also the future of our country. Do your part. Do your
duty. Become familiar with the issues and the candidates, and
then please vote on November 6!"
To make it easier to be a voter in the know, IFB has created an
online portal with useful voter information on
voting procedures, your legislative districts, presidential
candidates' positions on issues important to American agriculture,
and more. (Would you like to
get important emails in the future, such as voter information? Then
sign up with IFB today.)
Remember, it's your vote, your future. Vote next Tuesday,
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