You will forgive me if someone else has already done this. I got the 100actions link from the Stanly county website (great idea). So, this is my running tally from 100actions.com
86 - Recruit Your Friends to Volunteer
Okay. They gave us a couple softballs, but now comes the hard push. It's time to go out and convince someone to volunteer. I've got just the guy in mind.
87 - Talk Politics
Had a long talk with my mom and another with my brother-in-law. Opened his eyes to blogs.
88 - Get a Yard Sign
Hmmmm....I spoke to someone at Rep. Price's office about this but still no word on the yard signs. I would love a Kissell sign, but I think those should stay over in his district. So, I wonder if the NCDP has any generic yard signs?
89 - *Learn Your Election Deadlines*
Monday, September 18
First day to request absentee ballots by mail
Friday, October 13
Voter registration deadline for November 7 General Election. Forms must be
postmarked or delivered in person by 5:00 p.m. today.
Also, last day to change party affiliation before November 7 General Election.
Wednesday, October 18
Deadline for submitting originals of faxed voter registration forms in order to vote
in November 7 General Election
Thursday, October 19
One-stop absentee voting begins for General Election
Sunday, October 22-Tuesday, November 7
48-Hour Reports due from committees that receive contributions of $1,000 or more
during this timeframe
Monday, October 30
Third Quarter Plus Reports due
Tuesday, October 31
Last day to request absentee ballots in writing (exception due to sickness or
Thursday, November 2
Observer lists due to county boards of elections
Saturday, November 4
One-stop absentee voting ends.
Monday, November 6
Mailed absentee ballots must be received in BOE office by 5:00 p.m.
Deadline to request absentee ballots for sickness/disability is 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 7
General Election Day
90 - Send the Six Points to Friends and Family
I would love to do this, so I shall. I’m going to print them out at home and send them to my family via snail mail. There is a greater chance of them ending up on the refrigerator that way.
91 - Write a Letter to Editors
No problem. I do that just about every month anyhow. I’ll use the BlueNC LTE format.
92 - Spread the Democratic Vision
Okay, you go and print this out, then hang it in key places. Hmmm….
93 - Take a Vacation Day
on November 7th. Will do. Consider it booked off my calendar (actually just booked it on my Palm).
94 - Relax, but Get Informed
Something about it being Sunday. I’ll blog my way to relaxation.
95 – Meet your neighbors.
The night before the primary I walked my block and handed out voter guides to everyone who was a registered Democrat. Plus, I live in a walkable neighborhood, so I know most of my neighbors.
96 – Join the Local Democratic Party.
County delegate two years running, district delegate same, state delegate this year. Precinct “leadership position” whatever that means.
97 – Call your Senator
This one is about the minimum wage bill, soooooo…..
98 – Engage your friends.
Feel engaged yet? Sorry, I’m already married. You’ll have to find someone else. This seems a bit much, I mean I know that Republicans are having more kids than Dems, but….
99 – Register someone to vote
Okay. This is harder to do by myself, I will contact the Orange County party to see if I can help with this (time is short I believe).
100 – volunteer
I just emailed the Miller campaign asking to knock on doors. If time allows, I would like to do the same thing with Larry Kissell. I’ll keep you updated.