Help Set Expectations for Election Results

Help set realistic expectations for this unprecedented election so that we have a peaceful transition that we can all have faith in

We won't know who our next president will be on election night because more people are voting absentee due to coronavirus. Absentee ballots take longer to count because of security measures to verify the accuracy of those ballots. Help us set realistic expectations for this unprecedented election so that we have a peaceful transition that we can all have faith in. We must ensure that every vote is counted!

Use the linked social media toolkit, from the Declaration for American Democracy coalition and others, to set expectations with your circle.

We also encourage you to read this message guide put together by Voting Rights Lab, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and Strategies 360: Managing Expectations for Election Results.

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Help set realistic expectations for this unprecedented election so that we have a peaceful transition that we can all have faith in

We won't know who our next president will be on election night because more people are voting absentee due to coronavirus. Absentee ballots take longer to count because of security measures to verify the accuracy of those ballots. Help us set realistic expectations for this unprecedented election so that we have a peaceful transition that we can all have faith in. We must ensure that every vote is counted!

Use the linked social media toolkit, from the Declaration for American Democracy coalition and others, to set expectations with your circle.

We also encourage you to read this message guide put together by Voting Rights Lab, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and Strategies 360: Managing Expectations for Election Results.

Help set realistic expectations for this unprecedented election so that we have a peaceful transition that we can all have faith in

We won't know who our next president will be on election night because more people are voting absentee due to coronavirus. Absentee ballots take longer to count because of security measures to verify the accuracy of those ballots. Help us set realistic expectations for this unprecedented election so that we have a peaceful transition that we can all have faith in. We must ensure that every vote is counted!

Use the linked social media toolkit, from the Declaration for American Democracy coalition and others, to set expectations with your circle.

We also encourage you to read this message guide put together by Voting Rights Lab, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and Strategies 360: Managing Expectations for Election Results.

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