From the NYT: Kerry supporters from the Elizabeth community in Charlotte, N.C., erected a wall 12 feet high and 40 feet long of 300 carved, lighted pumpkins.
I plan to be out all day either doing mom stuff, canvassing or trick-or-treating. If I blog, it will be at midnight because I'm too wired to sleep. So much NYT to catch up on. My den looks like the periodical room of a small library.
Only 48 hours to get all the infrequent voter, Kerry supporters contacted and excited about getting to the polls. Then about 12 hours to hound them until we're as sure as we can be that they voted. I tell them that their votes will be worth more since the other side is counting on them to stay home. That lights a fire in them.
UPDATE: 10:44pm: After a very long day, during which I think I spent more time at other people's houses than my own, I think my precinct team has hounded over 100 unlikely-voter, Kerry supporters who should all make it to the polls on Tuesday. The plan for Election Day is intense. I feel bad for any of the targeted voters who don't get to the polls by the time they told their canvasser they would. We're going to be relentless. Tomorrow is the last chance to identify stragglers. I really wanted to get 200 people to the polls, but it's not looking good.