Our local, state, and federal elected officials have the power to stop this dangerous mine. That’s why the Boundary waters is on the ballot. Make sure you have a plan to vote. The team at the Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters is putting together a quick social media video to help Get Out the Vote and we need your help. This Fall, your vote will be a critical part of protecting the Boundary Waters and we are doing our part to make sure everyone gets out to vote to protect the Wilderness from sulfide-ore copper mining, but we need your help.
Will you make a big impact and create a quick video of yourself telling us why you’re voting for the Boundary Waters in 2020? After you have made a plan to vote Boundary Waters here, follow the below instructions.
Here’s how: Use your smartphone to record a landscape or horizontal video. Read this script below while recording. Be sure to speak clearly, and at a moderate pace:
"Hi, I’m [FIRST NAME]. Join me in voting for the Boundary Waters this year. The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is threatened by sulfide-ore copper mining.
This election will play a critical part in protecting the Wilderness.
We need to protect the Wilderness so that future generations can enjoy this special place.
Our vote will protect:
- 1.1 million acres Unspoiled forests
- 1,100 interconnected lakes and rivers
- Wildlife like moose, loons, Canada lynx, and wolves
- World-class fishing
- The beautiful night sky
- Clean Air
- Clean Water
- Sustainable Outdoor Recreation Economy
- America’s most visited Wilderness
Our local, state, and federal elected officials have the power to stop this dangerous mine. That’s why the Boundary waters is on the ballot. Make sure you have a plan to vote.
Check your registration before it’s too late. Vote the Boundary Waters in 2020."
Send your video to Lauren@SaveTheBoundaryWaters.org by this Thursday, October 1st and we may use it to help get out the vote for the Boundary Waters this Fall on our social media pages.
Thanks for your help!