Very Important Meeting! Don’t miss it!
OBX Tea Party will hold their regular weekly meeting on Thursday, November 1st at 5:30pm at the Western Sizzlin’ in KDH. This is the last meeting before the election.
Come and pick up your yard signs, bumper stickers, OBX Tea Party ballots and other election swag and info. Find out what you can do to ensure that conservatives are victorious on Election Day. This will be a dinner-only event. No speaker or movie is planned. We’ll enjoy our last dinner together before Election Day and talk about what we’ll be doing after the election and in the coming year.
For anyone who would like to see the conclusion of last week’s movie, the DVD will be available for you to take home.
What you can do to ensure victory on Tuesday?
- Inform people that they still have a few days to vote early. One-Stop Voting is open at the Baum Center in KDH and the Fessenden Center from 10-2 through Friday and at the Board of Elections in Manteo 8:30-5 through Friday and on Saturday from 8:30-1pm (Manteo only). People can REGISTER and VOTE at One-Stop Voting locations.
- Volunteers at the polls. Contact Carole by email
- Volunteer for a conservative candidate at the polls
- Make get-out-the vote calls in your precinct. Contact Lisa by email or simply start calling all your friends, family and co-workers.
- Tell your friends and neighbors about the importance of voting conservative all the way down the ballot. Share the OBX Tea Party ballot with them
- Offer to take an elderly or disabled conservative person you know to the polls or arrange a ride through Maureen by email
- Make sure that your kids, or those of your friends, who are away at college, have sent in their absentee ballot.
- Inform anyone with an absentee ballot that it must be in by 5pm Monday, or if mailed, it must be postmarked by election day.
- Know the Election Day polling locations and hours (6:30am-7:30pm) and share that information with your friends.
- Call your friends on Tuesday and remind them to vote.
- Post election information on your FB page.
- Don’t take for granted that someone knows when and where to vote.
- Find important voting information information on State Board of Elections webpage and the Dare County Board of Elections webpage