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|Last Call - Please Help STOP NAIS! Win the Change.org competition!|
"Protect Our Food Supply - Stop NAIS!" is still in the running at change.org
, but we need over two thousand more votes to make it into the Top 10 Ideas. And only the top 10 entries in this online contest "win" and have their ideas presented at the National Press Club on January 16th and advocacy campaigns organized to promote them.
The competition ends this Thursday, January 15, at 5 pm eastern time. In addition to voting for stopping NAIS, please forward this email to all of your friends and the people you know! Step 1:
If you are not already signed up for the site, register at: https://www.change.org/admin/sign_up Step 2:
Go to http://www.change.org/ideas/view/stop_nais Be sure to click the box labeled "Vote!" to the left of "Protect Our Food Supply -- Stop NAIS!"
Leaving a comment does not
count as a vote.
After you click the Vote box, it will change color and show "Voted." If it does not do that, shift your mouse a bit and click again, because it sometimes take several tries.
Step 3: Email all your friends, and ask them to vote also.
The most important thing is the number of votes that the idea receives. If you want to leave a comment after you have voted, keep your comment short and clear.
Remember that all of the ideas are competing against each other for one of the Top 10 slots.
Organization: Linn Cohen-Cole on behalf of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance and our American farmers
Directions: Follow the instructions and vote. It's a high school view of democracy while large and terribly corrupt things are going on behind the scenes, but this would help get media attention. Read the articles here on NAIS. Look at who is pushing it and vote and get your friends to vote. The horror of what they are trying to do is buried in regulations that never got voted on and disguised as "food safety."
Contact Info: Judith McGeary (email@example.com) 866-687-6452
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