This is what she has told us about her letter-writing experience:
A handwritten letter on nice stationery is personal, individual, and valuable. In a mailbox it stands out tremendously from printed mass mailings, bills, and junk advertising. Through it you reach your reader, even if she misses a few words, because you have spent 20 to 25 minutes writing to her, imagining her, affirming her importance, reaching out, letting her know her vote will count because she is not alone and our connection is genuine. Recently I decided to buy very nice, cream-colored, business envelopes, as I already have enough cream-colored stationery. This is how much I support letter writing, which has a 74% success rate in getting out the vote.
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