Vote Tomorrow!

Today's note is short and simple, because we have a task for you: do more than vote.

If you have not yet voted in the 2018 primary elections, please make a plan to vote tomorrow.

As it turns out, making a plan, or even just telling someone that you will go vote, increases the chances of that happening. This is true if you tell someone, but also true if you get someone else to tell you about their plans. So...

If you've made a plan to vote, share it on your social media, with your friends.

You might even think about inviting those friends along to the polls with you. Add them to your plan. Maybe your plan is to make an event out of voting on Tuesday, complete with snacks beforehand, salsa dancing afterward, or a late movie to avoid watching the returns all night.

If you've already voted, thank you! Now start calling your friends and family and finding out if they have voted.

You've heard of our Voter to Voter program all season (if not, see below!). But you don't have to be part of the program to multiply your vote. All you have to do is call up a few people you know and urge them to get out and vote tomorrow. This is one of the most important ways you can do more than vote. Make sure someone else's vote counts.

Learn more about how to vote tomorrow at, or read these great articles from the Kansas News Service:

It starts here. With you. Do more than vote.

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