Add this PACE petition counter to your website

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Use this code to add a PACE petition counter to your blog or website. It links back to the original petition and is a great way satisfy your PACE petition mania from the comfort of wherever on the internet you call home:

PACE petition counter code
PACE petition <a href=”http://my.meaction.net/petitions/pace-trial-needs-review-now”><h1><script id=’controlshift-petition-signature-count’ type=’text/javascript’ src=”http://my.meaction.net/assets/petition_signature_count_snippet.js”></script> <script type=’text/javascript’ src=”http://my.meaction.net/petitions/pace-trial-needs-review-now.json?callback=getPetitionSignatureCount”></script></h1></a> signatures and counting
You’ll need to format the font, colors, etc. to suit your tastes. Here’s what it looks like:
PACE petition

 
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