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http://www.sikh24.com/2011/11/chase-community-giving-united-sikhs-aims-for-250k-award/ New York, NY (November 17, 2011)–UNITED SIKHS, an International Sikh organization is taking aim at winning the C

I believe that the pit bull rescue organization and many others never thought of seeing minority based US based organization taking lead of thousands of votes. To UK users, that dog rescue got their o

http://apps.facebook.com/chasecommunitygiving/charities/113483921-united-sikhs-in-service-of-america UNITED SIKHS is at No. 2 Position at Chase Community Giving Help Us Get to No.

United Sikhs are nearly 150 votes behind the leader and the gap with number 3 is fast reducing - please help get UNITED SIKHS with your votes - Voting ends November 22, 11.59 - EST. Vote at www.unitedsikhs.org/vote

Less than 60 behind . . . 22:00 UK time.

Less than 60 behind . . . 22:00 UK time.

Gap with 3rd place has actually grown in terms of the number of votes.

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It is clearly going to be a close battle for 1st place.

Last oficial update on 19 November 2011 at 6:01PM ET was:

No 1: Villalobos Rescue Center: 10,364 votes

No 2: United Sikhs: 10,252 votes

The difference was 112 votes

This suggests the Villalobos Rescue Center, which is in first place realise they have a battle on their hands and and are also pushing.

It is now 9.07am UK time - currently United Sikhs are in first place with 12, 065 votes, compared to 11, 555 for the Villalobos Rescue Center a very small lead of 510 votes. With international support from those not in the USA and Canada we can increase this lead in the next 4-5 hours. However, in 6-7 hours the support for the Villalobos Rescue Center will increase as they are based on the West coast of the US.

It now looks like 20,000 votes may be required to get first place, so we must all make a push in the next 48 hours.

**Keep up the good work**

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Last oficial update on 20 November 2011 6:00AM ETwas:

No 1: United Sikhs: 12,527 votes

No 2: Villalobos Rescue Center: 11,602 votes

United Sikhs 925 votes ahead

Now:

No 1: United Sikhs: 13,135 votes

No 2: Villalobos Rescue Center: 11,666 votes

United Sikhs NOW 1,469 votes ahead (13:07 UK time)

We now have the momentum - Keep the votes coming in as votes will increase for Villalobos Rescue Center in a few hours time.

Let's try and be ahead by 2,000 votes later today

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Now:

No 1: United Sikhs: 14,095 votes

No 2: Villalobos Rescue Center: 11,923 votes

United Sikhs NOW 2,172 votes ahead (16:32 UK time) and the gap is growing, but slowed down

We still have momentum - Keep the votes coming in as votes for Villalobos Rescue Center are now beginning to increase.

Let's try and be ahead by 2,500 votes by the end of today (UK time) as the Villalobos Rescue Center will almost certainly get more votes while we are alseep in mainland Europe and Punjab

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