MamaVote & SitterCity.com Offer Discounted Election Day Babysitting

Election Day is approaching... and you're probably trying to balance your parental responsibilities with your civic duty. Daunting, isn't it? Let TodaysMama & SitterCity.com help!
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"I want to vote, but I don’t have anyone to watch the kids..."

Election Day is approaching... and you're probably trying to balance your parental responsibilities with your civic duty. Daunting, isn't it? Let TodaysMama & SitterCity.com help!

As part of the MamaVote initiative, they will offer 2 free hours of babysitting on Election Day, November 4, 2008 to the first 50 people that join Sittercity. PLUS - from October 27 to November 3, all individuals who sign up for a membership* at Sittercity.com with the promotional code “MamaVote08” will be eligible for 50 percent off their membership fee.

TodaysMama joined with the League of Women Voters and Sittercity.com to launch MamaVote last year, a non-partisan, education and inspiration-based initiative that encourages mothers to get involved in the political process. By offering discounted, reliable babysitting, these organizations hope to get more women to the polls. Moms who still need to register to vote can visit Vote411.

*Visit Sittercity.com, click the “Join Now” button. Register for a “care seeker” and use promotional code “MAMAVOTE08”.

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