Thank you card for recall volunteers
Mike Tate, Maggie Brickerman, Mitch Wallace
The grassroots effort that successfully gathered a million signatures to recall Scott Walker was a resounding victory for working, middle-class families. More than 25,000 volunteers worked tirelessly over the last two months to collect, verify and prepare 1.9 million signatures – a historic achievement.
Tammy Baldwin started a thank you card for all of our recall volunteers. Maggie, Mitch and I signed our names to the card today. Will you join us by signing your name too and by passing along the thank you card to your friends and family?
Whether you contributed your time or chipped in with a donation, your participation made history. You deserve more than thanks, you deserve a new governor who will listen to your concerns and fight for all of us.
Defeating Scott Walker in the recall election will not be easy, but we know we will prevail because of the incredible grassroots support of people like you.
Read Tammy Baldwin's thank you message below, sign the card and forward it to your friends and family members so they can also say thanks to our recall volunteers.
From all of us at the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, THANK YOU!
From: Tammy Baldwin
Date: Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 4:58 PM CST
To: Mike Tate
Wow! More than 1 million recall signatures. The grassroots of Wisconsin deserve a tremendous round of applause, and I couldn't be prouder of the historic effort that was coordinated across every corner of this state.
We watched as volunteers delivered, box-by-box, over 1 million recall petition signatures. Over a ton and a half!
Send a thank you message to the organizers and volunteers who made this all possible. Click here to add your name to our giant thank you card for the Recall Walker volunteers.
The efforts that culminated in yesterday's delivery were a resounding victory for us -- an incredible sign that Wisconsin will not tolerate the extreme, divisive agenda of Tea Party radicals like Governor Walker.
These volunteers logged countless hours, and endured the cold and snow of Wisconsin winter to hold Gov. Walker accountable. They deserve to be recognized because we wouldn't be here without them.
I'll be sure to deliver our appreciation to organizers throughout the state in the coming weeks -- we're going to need everyone's continued hard work and dedication in the coming months!