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November 01, 2005

One week

While everyone else goes crazy over the varying results of many different polls (who is naive enough to believe the Roanoke College poll suggesting an eight point lead for Kaine), there is still a race going on right now, and Jerry Kilgore needs all the help he can get. If you are not involved, find your county Republican group and volunteer. With a week left, they need people to call potential voters, knock on doors, and man the polls to hand out sample ballots. Put up a yard sign, put a bumper sticker on your car, and remind your (Republican) friends to vote. Even if you can only give one hour, it'll be a great help. And it can be fun. For example,
here are a few of my fellow University of Virginia College Republicans blocking a Kaine spy from videotaping the Countdown to Victory rally this past weekend. While he, no doubt, caught a lot of audio from the rally (they were very audible with a decent speaker system set up), he probably did not have as much video as he would have liked for another negative ad from the Tim Kaine campaign.

Do what you can, because the campaigns have only just begun, and this last week is crucial to the election. This race is Jerry Kilgore's, and our, race to lose.