After a campaign that has gone on for, what feels like, four years now, we are in the home stretch. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. That's it. On Tuesday, we will hopefully be celebrating the election of a new president. But to get us there, you need to do your part.
Now obviously, you need to make sure you get to the polls and cast your vote for Romney. But that's not enough. Make sure any Republican family or friends you have also get to the polls. If you know independents or Democrats who can be persuaded, persuade them and then get them to the polls.
And then go still beyond that. If you live in a swing state, locate your nearest Romney Victory Center and get directly involved. Distribute literature in your neighborhood, knock on doors, and make calls. Volunteer as a poll watcher. If you don't live in a swing state or can't make it to a Victory Center, make calls from home. All you have to do is go here and follow the instructions. It's free, it's easy, and it can be done at your convenience (anytime between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.). And it makes all the difference. Elections are won and lost with the ground game.
So don't be caught sitting on the sidelines. Act as if your way of life depends on it. It does. Act as if the future of your country depends on it. It does. Come Tuesday night, you don't want to be wishing you had done more.
If you have any questions or further advice to give, leave it in the comments.