If you're reading this, you're probably a filmmaker with access to a video camera. Video The Vote needs people like you and me on Election Day. What's Video the Vote? From their website:
Video the Vote is a national initiative to protect voting rights by monitoring the electoral process. We organize citizen journalists—ordinary folks like you and me—to document election problems as they occur. And then we distribute their footage to the mainstream media and online to make sure the full story of Election Day gets told. Watch our 2006 highlights and join us as we Video the Vote this November.
If, like me, you find yourself in a swing state this year, you might feel like it's especially important to be a part of this.
It takes less than a minute to sign up, and you can volunteer for just part or all of Election Day. So get involved. And spread the word to your filmmaker friends.
Finally, if you're not sure why such an organization even exists, check out this interview between Bill Moyers and NYU professor Mark Crispin Miller. Warning: Viewing this will keep you up at night.