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Post Card Blitz II

On September 8, the Tea Party Patriots blog highlighted a voter awareness initiative founded by the Bluffton, South Carolina Tea Party Patriots. Known as “Post Card Blitz,” it focuses on a five-part platform that has led to great success: Each Patriot buys 100 pre-stamped post cards (35 cents each) from their local post office or USPS.com. The coordinator or individuals request names/addresses from list of undecided voters. Each participant hand-writes a personal note to a fellow citizen on the blank side of the post card. The message consists of two or three sentences urging a fellow citizen to vote for specific candidate(s) and is ...

The Great Post Card Blitz!

In a time of blogging and YouTube, of Facebook and Twitter, it’s far easier for the politically active person to send an e-mail or participate in a phone banking session than just about any other action. And these actions have an effect; they cause debate, change minds, and bring up new ideas. However, one Patriot has come up with an old-fashioned idea that may be more consequential than a Facebook post or Tweet. From the southwest corner of South Carolina comes Post Card Blitz, started by Bluffton, South Carolina Tea Party Patriots. What is Post Card Blitz? Otherwise known as the "Take Back The U.S. Senate" initiative, it is a simple yet ...