Thank you for signing on the letter to Clear Channel

Thanks for taking action.

Here are some ways you can spread the word to make sure Clear Channel gets the message loud and clear about the offensive voter suppression billboards in Ohio and in Wisconsin.

If you are on Facebook, click here to post the petition to your Wall.

If you have a Twitter account, click here to automatically tweet:
Tell @ClearChannel take down these billboards http://bit.ly/OD8ObG #p2 via @CREDOMobile cc @ColorOfChange

You can also send the following e-mail to your friends and family. Spreading the word is critical, but please only pass this message along to those who know you -- spam hurts our campaign.

Thanks for all you do.

--The CREDO Action Team

Here's a sample message to send to your friends:

Subject: Tell Clear Channel to take down voter suppression billboards

Dear Friend,

It's one of the nastiest voter suppression schemes we've seen: this week, in African American and Latino neighborhoods in Ohio and Wisconsin, an anonymous group started running outrageous billboards which try to scare people away from voting. The billboards are hosted by Clear Channel, a media conglomerate owned by Bain Capital - the same company that Mitt Romney co-founded.

These billboards, which read "Voter Fraud is a Felony," are clearly designed to intimidate voters of color and keep those communities away from the polls. That these billboards did not appear in white or suburban neighborhoods is proof of their discriminatory nature. Allowing an anonymous advertiser to create an atmosphere of fear around voting just as the early voting period begins is unacceptable.

I just signed on a letter to Clear Channel asking them to remove these billboards at once. I hope you will join the cause.
http://act.credoaction.com/campaign/clearchannel_billboard/?r_by=49033-3362360-bQeorNx&rc=confemail

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