Help make sure military ballots are counted
Will Virginia become the Florida of 2008?
If you have been paying any attention to the polls you know this election is going to come down to what happens in a handful of battleground states and this time the "red state" of Virginia is one of them.
Now comes word that the local registrar in Fairfax County, Virginia has decided he will not count many federal absentee ballots the kind used by our military personnel!
Remember, Virginia has a large military population€¦many families are stationed there while their loved ones are serving our country overseas. And their votes can make the difference between winning and losing in Virginia.
Remember, the White House was won by just over four-hundred votes in 2000.
It is imperative that there be no doubt that the votes of our military personnel will be counted!
Still, Fairfax County Registrar Rokey Suleman claims many of them will NOT count despite a ruling on Monday by Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell that registrars should count them.
If anyone deserves to be heard in a presidential election, it's the men and women of our armed forces.
Speak out on behalf of our service members by sending a personalized fax to your members of Congress today.
Tell them you're tired of them looking the other way while groups like ACORN engage in outright voter fraud, and now they disenfranchise members of our armed forces.
Tell them to count the votes of our military!
Don't let them steal Virginia!