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Yes, things look pretty good. But anything can happen. Voter suppression is real. Voter apathy is just as real. Just when you think you've won:

So, don't let this happen to us! Don't raise your hands in victory until the votes are counted.

Need to use up the anxious, excited adrenaline that is bursting through your veins:

Help get out the vote. If things are look good in your state, make calls to swing states. I did this last weekend and it was fun connecting to people in Florida. I live in Massachusetts and cheering on my fellow Obama supporters and letting them know that we understand how much is on their shoulders felt great. I was able to sign up lots of volunteers to do GOTV work this coming weekend.

If you live in a swing state, go to your local campaign office. Offer to do anything from schlepping coffee to phone-bankers, getting on the phone or walking the streets or signing up to drive people to the polls. Every little bit helps!

You can sign up for calling parties or volunteer shifts on the Obama website. Register at the site and you use their Neighbor to Neighbor tool to find activities near you.

Even small things like making sure your family, friends and neighbors all have rides to the polls is important. Ask at your church or local assisted living center or retirement community.

Anything. Just don't fall off the bike before the finish line. Only 1 week to go!!!!

Originally posted to UnaSpenser on Tue Oct 28, 2008 at 02:21 PM PDT.

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