This is a site with posters that you can print and hang up to help influence the vote.
The posters include the address to the site so people can get the posters themselves
and learn more information on the issues they address.
Help us change some minds and change our leadership.
I've created a "lovemark" for Kerry on the lovemarks website, and sent a link to all of my friends... I went to go look at how it was doing, and I was dismayed to learn that a bunch of nasty Bushies had gone to my page and voted "lose it" on it...YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME. Anyway, it's nothing that will directly affect the election, but it's a fun website where you can nominate things that inspire you. I, of course, nominated John Kerry!!!!!!
So, for those of you who are fellow Kerry supporters, please consider taking a moment to SUPPORT OUR MAN. Here is the link: http://www.lovemarks.com/lm/read.php?LID=2260#Scene_1
Go to the lower left of the screen under Kerry's pic and vote "love it!!" You can also leave favorable comments about our guy. A lot of people from all over the world see this site. Unfortunately, I think some Bush supporters are deleting their cookies and voting over and over again, so I really hope I can get a lot of people to vote for Kerry!
Thank you again. If there is anything I can do to help any of you, like participate in a poll or visit your website, etc, let me know. Current Mood: optimistic
Believe in America Tour
The "Believe in America" tour will span two weeks, cover over 3,500 miles and include a fleet of buses, trains and boats. It will kick-off with a send-off celebration in Boston on the Friday after the Democratic convention, barnstorming through 21 states in every region of the country: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Sunday, August 1, 2004
A stop at church in Ohio on Sunday begins the third day of Kerry and Edwards' "Believe in America" tour. After church, they will rally supporters together in Bowling Green before splitting up to campaign in other battleground states. Kerry then travels to Taylor, Michigan where he will finish the day with a BBQ and ballgame.
Wednesday, August 4, 2004
Edwards will visit Memphis. Edwards will visit the National Civil Rights Museum on Wednesday afternoon - times have not yet been set - and hold a public rally on Beale Street later in the evening.
Other expected stops this week:
Miami, Orlando and Jacksonville, Fla.; Dearborn, Flint and Grand Rapids, Mich.; Newburgh, N.Y.; Zanesville and Bowling Green, Ohio; Scranton, Harrisburg and Greensburg, Pa.; Wheeling, W,V.; and Milwaukee, Wisc. In Taylor, MI, Kerry, campaigning solo, will attend an evening barbecue and baseball game. More details on specific events and locations will be announced in the coming days.
Want to get involved? This week the John Kerry campaign is encouraging all of its supporters to contact their local radio stations and newspapers to express their support for John Kerry! If you want to find out how to contact media near you go to congress.org and type in your zip code under media guide, then all you have to do is send them a message! This will help to create publicity for John Kerry in your home town, and let more people know why they should vote for Kerry.