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Become a Daily Voter to Raise Funds for Progressive Nonprofits

This petition had 2,984 supporters

So many organizations, fighting for the most important progressive causes of the day, including environmental protection, economic justice, gay rights, and more, are threatened by today's tough economic reality. But you can help them raise the financial resources with just your vote, once a day.

17 great nonprofit groups - calling themselves the Progressive Slate - have teamed up to jointly compete in an online fundraising opportunity called Pepsi Refresh Everything.

Pepsi is giving away significant sums of money to organizations with the most votes on their website - that's it! Last year, these organizations used the same strategy to win over $1,600,000 for 35 groups.

That's where you come in. Sign up now and, for one month, you will receive a daily reminder to vote for the Progressive Slate on Pepsi's website. You can help them win $650,000 this month alone just by signing up to be daily voter.

As a daily voter, you'll receive a short email each morning in the month of May with a link where you can go and cast 5 votes each day for the organizations on the Progressive Slate. To start voting, you'll need to either create an account on the Refresh Everything website or just login using your Facebook account. You'll know by the end of the month whether they won or not.

These 17 groups in the Progressive Slate are working on important issues like stopping foreclosures in low-income communities, training community organizers in Wisconsin, helping homeless veterans find housing, fighting for LGBT rights, and training activists on how to use social media for the issues they care about.

This is a chance to help raise millions of dollars for progressive causes and all it takes is the click of your mouse, once a day!

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