How to get your friends to vote for you
Chat rooms and instant messaging apps are the most popular way to keep friends and strangers in touch.
But they can also make your friends seem like a jerk.
Here’s how to use these tools to get more of your friends on board.
Here are some tips to get friends on your side when it comes to voting for you:1.
Get the message out2.
Get them to agree on who they vote for.3.
If they don’t agree, let them know it’s OK.4.
Don’t be rude to them.
If you disagree, you can just say something like, “I have a different view.”5.
When you’re having an argument, ask the person who you disagree with if they’ve voted for you in the past.
They’ll probably have a good answer.6.
Use the #MeToo hashtag on Twitter to talk about your experience with sexual harassment.
You can also write to your senator and the president of the United States.
They can respond to you.7.
Make it clear that you’re not voting for someone you don’t like.8.
Give them time to vote.
If it takes them more than a day to respond, that’s okay.9.
Make sure your message is clear.
If someone replies with something like “I voted for Trump” that’s fine, too.10.
If a friend votes for you and your friend is voting for somebody else, tell them it’s not your time.
Don “tell them to vote in the future.”11.
Make them aware that you are voting for their friends, not the Republican nominee.
If the Republican presidential nominee doesn’t get enough votes in the primary to win, they’ll probably vote for someone else.12.
Don�t ask for help or be angry.
Just be honest and tell them they’ve done something wrong.13.
Make a point to vote the way you voted.
If there is a tie, make it clear to them that the person you’re voting for can change their mind.14.
If people have multiple friends, they can get together and vote for everyone they like.15.
Donate to your local, state and federal candidates.16.
If your friends are undecided, make sure they know you support the candidate they want to vote on.
If that candidate is not the GOP nominee, they might decide to vote third party.17.
If all else fails, don’t worry about it.
You don’t have to vote Republican.
But you can be more vocal and say things like, _______, #VoteTrump, #MakeAmericaGreatAgain, and so on.