The Corner

Working to GOTV

Romney e-mails for Brown today:

I will get right to the point. The Senate race here in Massachusetts is incredibly close and turnout is going to hold the key to victory.

The Democrats have a plan: Bring in paid union members from across the country to man phone banks and knock on doors, smear Scott Brown’s good name and record, and get Democrats to the polls. They are doing this because they know it is the only way they can win.

That is why I am writing today, because getting Scott Brown voters to the polls will be critical to victory. I am asking for your help to counter the Democrat machine. I am asking you to help make calls to Scott Brown supporters from your home. Here’s what you do:

Just click this link:

Then request your username and password. After that an email will be sent with instructions. It’s that easy!

Listen, the Democrats can bring in all the hired guns that they like, but this is still the people’s Senate seat. There is simply no substitute for personal contact in a race this close. It is the most important thing you can do and it could help provide the difference between victory and defeat Tuesday.

It is one thing to say you like Scott Brown. It is another to actually contribute your time to making sure that Scott Brown becomes the 41st Republican vote in the Senate.

I want you to know that we have won big before in Massachusetts when people said it was impossible, and Tuesday we are going to do it all over again.

Thank you so much for your time and for your help.


Governor Mitt Romney

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