Go Green Vote Blue (GGVB) needs you to stop the midterm election horror show and make sure we have treats and not tricks on election day. Join our final round of Phone Banks.
Tight Races: Jump in now
One final BIG push
We have a chance for one BIG push, and the races are tight! If you have not jumped in yet, now is your chance. For the final weeks, phone banking is the name of the game.
- Join GGVB weekly phone banks: Wednesdays 6-8 pm & Sundays 3-5 pm
- Join GGVB special phone marathon day: Friday 10am-12pm and 1-3pm
- Join one or more of Activate America’s Daily Phone Banks
- Call on your own time, sign up here.
If you are in postcard writing withdrawal or have never phone banked, this message is for you! Please attend the first 15 minutes of a phone bank training session. You can always decide whether it’s for you, but you may find you are able and inspired to take this very important action to get out the vote. Sign up here, NOW.
Canvass for Votes
You are needed to knock on doors and talk to voters face to face. This is the best way to ensure every possible vote is cast while getting a sense of how the electorate is thinking. Here is a list of canvassing opportunities in California and Nevada. Two weekends to go!
Organize Peer-to-Peer with Swipe Blue
Please tell every person you know that you are counting on them to vote. There is an app that helps you do that. Activate America can show you how to develop your list and blast out a message using Swipe Blue. Activate America will host an information session on Nov 3rd at 4 pm Pacific. For more information, sign up here.
To the finish line: Election Day Marathon
Stay tuned: Activate America will be hosting phone banks all day on Election Day, November 8th. We will have the info in next Monday’s blog post and email blast.
Marti, Lisa, Becki, Floyd and the Go Green, Vote Blue team.
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