This is not an election year to stay at home; we must use it to elect Democrats so as to build momentum as we go into 2012, when we will all need to support the reelection of President Obama. A vote for Democrats is a vote for the millionaires tax; it’s a vote for the demonstrators on Wall Street who are fighting for the 99%; it's a vote for upholding collective bargaining agreements; it’s a vote for rebuilding America’s infrastructure and for job creation; it’s a vote for New Jersey’s teachers and for teachers all across the country; it’s a vote for protecting Medicare and Social Security; it’s a vote for working families and for those in the middle who have been squeezed to the point of seeing their American dream turned into a nightmare; and it’s a vote against those who are tearing down our President.
Vote for Democrats in column A. Let’s build momentum and let’s carry it into next year. This Tuesday’s election is really about the reelection of President Obama; it’s a dry run to test your willingness and eagerness to come out in large numbers, as you did three years ago. A vote for democrats this year is a vote for President Obama next year. Don’t give the media any reason to spin the voter turnout from this Tuesday into voter suppression next year. Come out and vote.