Do you know any women in North Carolina, Colorado, or Iowa?
Every vote matters, but this year, women's votes in a few key battleground states are likely to decide who controls the Senate.1
That's the inspiration behind Supervoters, a campaign we're launching today to make sure women voters in those states know—and use—their power. We're unveiling movie-poster-style ads and online videos, and this weekend we'll be calling hundreds of thousands of women voters in those key states and help get them to the polls.
Will you help spread the word?
Here's a sneak peek of some of the great ads:
Why only women voters? Don't men's votes count as well? Absolutely. But women voters are especially attuned to the stakes of this election, as the outcome is inextricably linked to our health, our bodies, our paychecks, and our children. And if women mostly stay home on Election Day, Democrats will lose—it's as simple as that.3
Thanks for all you do.
–Anna, Kristin, Maria, Victoria, Brian, and the rest of MoveOn's Supervoter team
1. "Women Hold Vital Votes in Senate Races," The New York Times, September 21, 2014
2. "FiveThirtyEight's Senate Forecast," FiveThirtyEight, October 22, 2014
3. "In Search of Female Voters," U.S. News & World Report, October 20, 2014
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