Help Wisconsin GOTV FOR Jill Karofsky

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Jill Karofsky is the progressive candidate running for WI Supreme Court Justice on April 7th. As you know due to the current crisis, all direct voter contact on the ground has been suspended. It’s critical to reach out to as many people as possible to get them to vote by absentee ballot.

For Our Future WI is signing up virtual volunteers to text and to call voters. They’ll be holding training webinars Thurs, March 26 – Fri, March 27. The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot is April 2nd. There’s no time to waste!

Go to Facebook to sign up. Please share widely! 

Postcards to Voters is also writing to voters in Wisconsin for Judge Jill Karofsky \

Phone Bank Through Turnout 2020.

Phone Bank for the Wisconsin Democrats

State Supreme Court Phone Bank: Calumet County NOW – April 7 Join the Calumet County Democrats for an important phone banking opportunity! Calling volunteers and voters is extremely important, and we’ll be calling to inform voters to cast their vote for Judge Jill Karofsky. Now that 2020 is here, we need to double our efforts and be prepared as much as possible. Whether you’re a first-time caller, or an experienced caller who knows the ropes, we’ll have everything you need to have a great time! Join us now, before it’s too late!

Spring 2020 Madison Early Voting Phone Bank NOW – April 7 Phone bank for Madison Spring 2020 early voting.

Visit the Wisconsin Democrats for more opportunities.

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