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    Mobilizing Milwaukee voters will be critical in unseating Governor John Doe.  The turnout in Milwaukee county in 2008 for Obama was 316,916 and in 2010 the turnout dropped to 209,929 for a dropoff of 106,987. Barack Obama won by 14%.  If we are to win this election these voters must turnout.  Statewide 400,000 voters that voted in 2008 did not cast a ballot in 2010.

     This is a great opportunity to get out our Democratic base. Absentee voting is already strong and all indications are that a very effective GOTV operation is going to be in full swing.  

     Come to Milwaukee and be a part of a movement during the final GOTV campaign.  We started this as a movement and that energy is what can tip the scales in our favor.  

   I spoke with Caitlin Jeidy who is a field organizer for the Democratic Party and she has indicated that their greatest needs are for phone banking at the 231 E. Wisconsin Avenue location on June 2nd-4th and Canvassing on June 5th at the 7984 W. Appleton Avenue on June 5th.  

    If you would like to volunteer contact her at or call her at 608-516-8358.  She is currently planning her staffing levels and GOTV activities so contact her sooner rather than later.

 Here is a list of field offices that are in need of help:
6807 N. Green Bay Rd., Glendale

7984 W. Appleton Ave., Milwaukee                   

8550 W. Brown Deer Rd., Milwaukee               

610 S. 5th St., Milwaukee                       

3434 W. McKinley, Milwaukee

5160 W. Forest Home Ave., West Allis

2201 Martin Luther King Dr., Milwaukee

723 E. Russell Ave., Bay View (Home of Resident)

Phone Calls:
8550 W. Brown Deer Road, Milwuakee

231 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee

5160 W. Forest Home Avenue, West Allis

June 2-4
9am- noon

June 5th-ELECTION Day

Originally posted to ptanow on Tue May 29, 2012 at 08:26 AM PDT.

Also republished by Badger State Progressive, ClassWarfare Newsletter: WallStreet VS Working Class Global Occupy movement, Progressive Hippie, and German American Friendship Group.

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  •  quick corrections- (5+ / 0-)

    there will be no 9-12 shift on Sunday.

    also, most of the canvass locations are also phone bank locations.  folks should plan to go to the location most convenient to them, regardless of the activities listed here.  the less time you spend driving to your location, the more time you're talking to voters

  •  Thanks for posting the list (1+ / 0-)
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    I've been doing some things for Barrett office, some for the Dems, but mostly I've been doing work with We Are Wisconsin and the labor council.  Have been signed up for hours all the way through election day for over 2 weeks now.

    Polls are getting much better now that there is near parity in the ads.  Too bad our side had so little money it had to be concentrated in the last 2 weeks, but that's just the way it is when mega bucks are all on the other side.   The last debate was also awesome and I'm hoping for info on post-debate polls.  

    There already is class warfare in America. Unfortunately, the rich are winning.

    by Puddytat on Tue May 29, 2012 at 11:56:19 AM PDT

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    I started with nothing and still have most of it left. - Seasick Steve

    by ruleoflaw on Tue May 29, 2012 at 03:54:35 PM PDT

  •  Correx: 673K fewer Dem votes in 2010 Statewide (1+ / 0-)
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    GOTV Milwaukee!!!  AND everywhere else, too!!!

    According to GAB* official statewide fall election results  822,585 fewer TOTAL votes were cast in the 2010 gubernatorial election than in the 2008 presidential election.  The breakdown of the Democratic vs Republican vote differential between 2010 and 2008:

    672,908 fewer votes were cast for Democrats Barrett and Nelson in 2010 than were cast for Obama/Biden in 2008.

    fewer votes were cast for Republicans Walker and Kleefische in 2010 than were cast for McCain/Palin in 2008.
    (Details Below)

    WE HAVE THE NUMBERS!!!  All we have to do is get the 672,908 who stayed home in 2010 AND everyone who signed the Recall petitions to the polls on or before June 5!!!

    Here are the details:

    2008 (Statewide)

    Total Votes - 2,983,417
    Total Votes for Dem. and Repub. Tickets - 2,939,604
    Total Votes for Obama/Biden - 1,677,211
    Total Votes for McCain/Palin - 1,262,393

    2010 (Statewide)
    Total Votes - 2,160,832
    Total Votes for Dem. and Repub. Tickets - 2,133,244
    Total Votes for Barrett/Nelson - 1,004,303
    Total Votes for Walker/Kleefische - 1,128,941

    * GAB - WI Government Accountability Board

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