I’d like to apologize to everyone for not writing quite so much lately. That’s because we’re 12 13 days away from the General Election.

This Saturday will feature a rumble of epic proportions

They began it. They began it. And we're the ones to stop them once and for all.

They began it. They began it. And we're the ones to stop them once and for all.

The Brandeis vs Tufts battle for who can canvass the shit out of New Hampshire!

Date:
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Time:
12:00pm – 6:00pm
Location:
Raymond, NH

Come to Rabb Steps at 11am Spingold at 10:30am Saturday, get into the (provided transportation) with your closest friends, and stroll across lovely New Hampshire getting votes and volunteers.

Scared? Don’t be. This phase of  the campaign has you talking exclusively to Obama supporters, getting them to pledge to volunteer or vote.

You could be the one who swings the entire state of New Hampshire to the Obama column. You could spend a few hours talking to like-minded people about how awesome post-Jan 15 2009 will be, and then you can CRUSH Tufts.

Whichever school gets the most points wins. Points are allocated as follows:

THE BRANDEIS-TUFTS CHALLENGE:
On Saturday October 25, Team Tufts and Team Brandeis will go head-to-head in Raymond, NH, to see who can talk to the most voters, and BARACK THE VOTE for Obama!!

RULES:
Canvassing is from noon to 6pm
Meet in downtown Raymond, in the park across from the Town Hall to pick up your canvassing packets
1 point per contact (knock)
2 points for every new volunteer you find

PRIZES will be given to the winners!

BONUS POINTS:
biggest team: 2 points
“flair”: 1/2 point per piece

RSVP on the facebook page here.

2 comments on “12 days away”

  1. Jason Paul Says:

    We meet at Spingold in the front , not the Rabb Steps and we will be meeting at 10:15, not 11:00, so we can bet at Turf by 12:00pm.
    Thanks
    Jason

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