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Finally our chance is here. Tomorrow, voters will go to the polls across the country and—hopefully—powerfully rebuke the fear and division that President Trump and his allies in Congress have stoked these last two years.

But nothing is certain. Polls are volatile, and passions are running high on both sides. We can’t get complacent, and we can’t stop for a second our calls, door knocks or donations.

Today is your last chance before Election Day to rush a donation to our WomenCount Top 10 slate of the closest races in the country and help make this a historic year for women’s representation in government.

Chip in $5 to each of these women:

Stacey Abrams (GA-Gov), Laura Kelly (KS-Gov), Claire McCaskill (MO-Sen), Jacky Rosen (NV-Sen), Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-Sen), Amy McGrath (KY-6), Debbie Mucarsel Powell (FL-26), Elissa Slotkin (MI-8), Lizzie Fletcher (TX-7), and Xochitl Torres Small (NM-2).

Once you give that final $5—or $10 or $50—to each of these candidates, get out there and volunteer! Research shows that personal voter contact increases the likelihood someone will vote by as much as 20 percent.

We’re going to need that bump on Election Day. This election will come down to turnout in each and every one of these toss-up races. Your final donation can pay for one more paid canvass shift, or another hour on the campaign’s voter dialer—and if you then volunteer, that donation is essentially doubled.

The Blue Wave isn’t going to happen unless we bring it crashing in tomorrow: Donate $5 to our WomenCount Top 10 slate now, then go volunteer!

And tomorrow, once our work is completely done, settle in to watch the returns with our Election Night Scorecard and check the results of our Election Night Contest. This could be a groundbreaking election for women, especially Congressional women.

If the toss-up races and those trending in our favor shake out, we’ll increase our representation in the House and Senate more in one day than in the entire previous 10 years.

Let’s do it.

The WomenCount Team—Stacy, Meghan and Megan

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