It’s tough to watch a game like tonight’s and get psyched up about doing your part to Vote Votto, but then you see the progress that all of the Reds infield has made in the voting, and you see that you DO make a difference. And now, when the team is soggy and downtrodden by a less-than-stellar start, is exactly the time for you to dig deep and give a few more votes.
I just timed it: I can vote 25 times for an email address in about 6 1/2 minutes. That’s 230 votes per hour. Over 1,800 votes in a standard workday. All we need is 850 people to dedicate their workday to All-Star voting, and we’ll have Joey Votto caught up with Albert Pujols tomorrow.
Can’t shirk work all day? At least you can join in on the Vote Reds Lunch Hour:
Join me tomorrow (Wednesday, June 16) on Twitter for another Vote Reds Lunch. This time we’ll focus our efforts on one of the most exciting second basemen in the game – Brandon Phillips.
Vote Votto. Vote Reds. Where your button with pride!
Voting by proxy is a legitimate procedure in Parliment proceedings and homeowners’ association annual meetings, and you don’t have to give away any personal information to do it. Send me a message from your email address to give me permission to vote on your behalf, and I’ll vote by proxy for your email address.
I promise not to send you any unsolicited email–I can’t promise MLB won’t though.