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Down the stretch we come!  Fingers dial, mouths move, and fists pump all around as we surge into the final 24 hours.  Excitement fills the air here at the Old Irving campaign office.

The last few days brought a slew of high-profile endorsements: John Nichols of The Nation, Joe Conason of Salon, and Harold Meyerson of the Washington Post.

More importantly, the voters of the Fifth District continue to make up their minds.  We’ve made tens of thousands of calls to previously undecided voters who now plan to vote Geoghegan along with early Tom supporters fired up to turn out.  They all say "no" to politics as usual and "yes" to a new kind of bold, plain-spoken Democrat like Tom Geoghegan.

Save Social Security?  No!  Increase Social Security? Yes!

Minor health care reform?  No!  Single-payer?  Yes!

Let credit card companies charge Mafioso interest rates?  No!  Reinstate usury laws?  Yes!

The team here won't stop working until the buzzer sounds at 7pm CST tomorrow.  If you want Democrats to talk like Tom does, this is your chance to make a difference.  A $25 donation puts another 50,000 ads online tomorrow.  An hour on our virtual bank could turn out 75 more votes.  This is a race where 12,000 votes might win.

Add $25 on ActBlue

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Send a message to Democrats across the country: we believe in Geogheganomics!

Let's do this,
Gary Lasky
Volunteer - Geoghegan for Congress

UPDATE #1: Here's the man himself, working shoulder-to-shoulder with our legion of phone bankers!

GOTV - Tom Phone1

Originally posted to Tom Geoghegan on Mon Mar 02, 2009 at 04:03 PM PST.

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