"As a progressive in Houston, Texas, I feel like I have no voice in this year's Presidential Election. I am participating in VotePair because I can vote for either Nader or Cobb with a clear conscience while increasing the impact of my decision that Bush MUST be defeated. By swapping my Kerry vote with a progressive third-party supporter in one of the battleground states I feel like I will be heard after all while ensuring that their voice in support of third party efforts stays audible too. Thank you VotePair."
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Thanks for your interest in VotePair and the 2004 strategic voting movement. As happened during the 2000 election, we anticipate considerable coverage of our efforts as vote pairing takes off nationwide--and as we get closer to election day on November 2. Please check back here regularly and stay in touch with us! We want to support your efforts to cover this movement.
If you have a general inquiry or want to be put in touch with vote pair participants in various states to get a local perspective on strategic voting, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Nadia Steinzor at (845) 679-5056.
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For more background on legal or ethical implications of vote pairing, see Marc Randazza's article: The Other Election Controversy of Y2K
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