Dems Warn in Multiple States: We’ll Know If You Don’t Vote, and So Will Your Neighbors
You will walk the line, and you will fall in line, and you will like it. See you at the polls.
At least I'd BETTER see you at the polls. You wouldn't want me to find out that you didn't vote. That just wouldn't be a good idea. You know, for you.
(From The Washington Free Beacon)
"We're sending this mailing to you and your neighbors to share who does and does not vote in an effort to promote election participation," it continues. "While we have hidden the name and street number of your neighbors to protect their privacy, these are their true voting records."
"We will be reviewing these records after the election to determine whether or not you joined your neighbors in voting," it says. "We may call you to ask about your voting experience and will update this chart for the next election. If you do not vote this year, while we will be disappointed, we'll be interested to hear why not."
The message is signed by Lionel Dripps, a Washington, D.C.-based political consultant who is the managing director for program and digital for the Voter Participation Center, the 501(c)(3) arm of the Center for Voter Information, which is the 501(c)(4) arm.