Tomorrow is Caucus Day in Washington, and I'm writing to you with an important reminder to caucus and to make sure that your family, friends, and neighbors get out and caucus too.
Use our online tool to find your caucus location:
When Michelle and I talked about my running for president, one of the core goals we both had for this campaign was to leave the political process better off than we found it.
You have challenged conventional thinking and built a grassroots movement for change that is sweeping this country.
I have no doubt that the election tomorrow will be close. It's vitally important that you vote and ensure that others who want change in this country vote too.
Our work here will have a lasting impact in Washington for a long time to come.
I believe that this movement for change can do more than just win an election. Together, we can transform this country.
Find your caucus location and caucus tomorrow:
Thank you for being part of this,
P.S. -- Here are a few details and rules that will help make the caucus process run smoothly. Make sure to share these with your friends:
Caucus doors will open no later than 1:00 p.m. Delegate selection will begin no later than 1:30 p.m.
You have the right to register to vote at the caucus site, even if you're a Republican or Independent.
You have the right to caucus if you will be 18 years old by the general election on November 4, 2008.
If you have moved within the same precinct, you have the right to vote at that precinct.
You are not required to show an ID.