Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Minnesota Victory: What does it look like?



The Carleton Democrats put on a strong show giving today, giving people the information and transportation necessary to get to the polls. Most of their work was hard to capture in pictures because it was done in the individual neighborhoods of Northfield. The Carleton Democrats covered each door on campus "at least four times" and knocked on every house in the precinct twice. All this while driving voters to the polls, making phone calls all day and (wo)manning the transportation and voter information hot lines. Congratulations goes out to all of the Carleton volunteers and voters, but specifically to CarlDems President Erika Pearson, Vice-President Michelle Gajewski and Obama campus organizer Eddie Bearnot. There were MANY other people who played critical roles, but they devoted their time this term to ensuring that Carleton and our community voted for a better America. Stay tuned for results. The community is talking about it.


Some of the individuals who surrounded the volunteer table making calls for Obama on their personal cell phones.


Crowd watching CNN at 6:00 PM.


Crowd watching CNN at 6:00 PM.


This is what victory will look looks like.

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