#justvote Twitter Examples

In the last post we shared how our voice can make a difference with this government shutdown.  We did a quick search of some #justvote tweets so it would be easier to know what to say with that hashtag!  Here are some below.  If you click on just vote below, you will be able to retweet the tweets you want to share. 

The #shutdown is hurting children & their families. Join the Twitter Storm for a clean CR on 10/10 from 2-2:30ET on#JustVote.

— IAFC_Cares (@IAFC_Cares) October 9, 2013

Some #WIC clinics are already closing due to the #shutdown. More will run out of funds as this drags on.http://t.co/bRL5C2kYym #JustVote

— NWLC (@nwlc) October 8, 2013

 

Children and families deserve a federal budget that invests in them on behalf of all of us. #justvote

— Child Care Resource (@ccresourcectr) October 8, 2013

 

End the shutdown and vote on a Continuing Resolution! #JustVote

— CANetworkR&R (@CANetworkRR) October 7, 2013

 

Time to stop the madness: If the House would #JustVote, a bipartisan majority would reopen the government. SIGN ON - http://t.co/4X8zZBuoHr

— MomsRising (@MomsRising) October 4, 2013

 

It's time for the #House to #JustVote - Reopen the whole government now. No piecemeal non-fixes. SIGN ON -http://t.co/4X8zZBuoHr

— MomsRising (@MomsRising) October 4, 2013

 

Some #WIC clinics are already closing due to the #shutdown. More will run out of funds as this drags on.http://t.co/bRL5C2kYym #JustVote

— NWLC (@nwlc) October 8, 2013

 

Under the #shutdown, low-income families who depend on federally funded programs are suffering:http://t.co/bRL5C2kYym #JustVote

— NWLC (@nwlc) October 8, 2013

 

Our take on Why Cherry-Picking Programs to Fund is No Way to Govern #JustVote #Govtshutdownhttp://t.co/QWYMJdFoEs #WIC #SNAPwork

— CLASP (@CLASP_DC) October 9, 2013

 

I learned from @ZEROTOTHREE we can do something re: the #shutdown. Use #JustVote to demand a vote on a clean CR. http://t.co/ZuXwGCTNRj #ece

— ChildCareInfo.com (@Child_Care_Info) October 7, 2013

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