With 36 days until November 6, we’ve laid the groundwork to educate voters on the issues that will lead our economic recovery.
Now, we must turn to the ground game.
As U.S. Chamber President and CEO, Tom Donohue, said:
“Voting is a right and a responsibility, and Americans need to know where the candidates stand. We are working harder than ever to make sure voters in every state, district, and precinct know which candidates have a record of fighting for pro-growth policies that will revitalize our economy and put Americans back to work.”
The candidates elected this November will determine the course of our economy for decades to come. So what can you do to ensure our country’s best days are ahead of us?
To help you cut through the clutter and find out where the candidates stand on issues that matter to you, we’re launching the U.S. Chamber’s online election portal, VoteForJobs2012.com.
- A map of spotlighted House and Senate races critical to this election cycle, comparing candidates on recent polling, voting records and positions on policies that will create jobs and support free enterprise;
- Ways for you to get involved, including campaign office contact, op-ed templates, and get-out-the-vote materials;
- The most recent and relevant election related news, polling, and resources; and
- Important voter resources where visitors can find their state’s official voter registration, polling locations, early voting information, and absentee ballot forms.
As you know, we’ve been up on the air for months with TV ads across the country highlighting the records of candidates – both good and bad.
Our new site adds to that effort by putting the power in your hands.
Visit www.VoteforJobs2012.com to learn more, get engaged, and spread the word.
Victory in November is up to you. Let’s finish strong.