As I’ve written in my last few diaries, Vote Forward is a great way to reach voters right before the election. My latest diary was: I just wrote to 25 voters in Texas with Vote Forward! Can you match or exceed that?
To get in under the wire, send them tomorrow, 10/30 or at the latest, 10/31.
In the poll for my last diary:
22 people said they had done it already, 6 said they planned to do it and 2 said they were doing other campaign things.
Vote Forward matches you up with voters all over the county and sends addresses, a home address near the addresses (so you and your address are anonymous) and a form letter (with a space to fill in after: “I have pledged to vote in every election, because” I wrote simply: because of “Health Care and Good Jobs.”
According to Vote Forward:
In our first test in Alabama in 2017, voters who received a letter were significantly more likely to vote (3.9 percentage point increase in turnout vs. control group).
See also: Vote Forward: The Perfect GOTV Activity for Introverts or the House-Bound.
Another option is Postcards for Voters, which has over 20,000+ volunteers in every state (including Alaska and Hawaii) who have written close to 3 million postcards to voters in over 100+ key, close elections.