Waymon Hudson

FL Amendment 2 Video and How to Help Online!

Filed By Waymon Hudson | November 03, 2008 9:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Politics
Tags: Amendment 2, Florida, Marriage Protection Amendment, social networking

Here's a great video from the folks over at Common Sense Policy that explains exactly how dangerous Florida's Amendment 2 is. It's an easy to understand video that really breaks it down as voters continue to go to the polls in Florida.

iPhone users: Click to watch

Check here for more Amendment 2 videos.

Want some ways you can help get out the vote online? Check after the jump!

Here's how you can help get people to SayNo2 Online using your social networking pages!

*Spread the word about the SayNo2 on-line campaigns on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and YouTube. They've already made direct contact with thousands of voters from every part of the state and they need your help to reach even more!

* If you are already a part of one of these networks- become their friend, message your contacts, join their groups and causes, post their YouTube videos, and help them connect with even more voters!

* Change your profile picture to the SayNo2 Logo or a picture of you with your SayNo2 Sign!

* Facebook even has a new application that allows you to "donate your status". It turns everyone's status (a message that all of their friends see) at 12:01 am on the 4th to a Get Out the Vote reminder with a "SayNo2" message. Already, thousands have signed up to help spread the word!

Do you or someone you know still need information on Amendment 2? Read our great and informative blog series:
* The Real Impact of Florida's Amendment 2
* Florida's Amendment 2: Florida Is No Connecticut!
* Florida's Amendment 2: What Does "Substantial Equivalent" To Marriage Mean?
* Florida's Amendment 2: The Lessons from Michigan

Visit www.SayNo2.com for more information!

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