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WOMEN’S MARCH TO THE PHONES!

Wednesdays from 5:00-8:00 PM Eastern: Join us for women-to-women phone banks calling  hundreds of thousands of women across PA.

At each event, we’ll meet on Zoom for training on the dialing system and review the script and voting information in PA. Following the training, we’ll be joined by special guests to kick off our dials with some inspiration, and then we’ll make calls together with support available!

You won’t want to miss State Senator Katie Muth this week! SIGN UP HERE!


LAST CALL FOR POSTCARDS!

Our postcard kits include messaging, addresses, and detailed instructions. You supply the handwritten touch and stamps.

As of now, there are only 124 kits left before we are DONE for the year. Thank you to our over 4,500 volunteers from 46 states.

Order your postcard kit HERE!Please note: Delivery may take two weeks.  


PHONE BANKING!

Here’s when we’re calling:

Here’s how you can get support:

  • Zoom “party” support is available weekdays from 5-7 PM (join at 4:30 for a ThruTalk training/meet the candidate session).
  • Slack support will be available during all the above times.
  • NEW TO PHONE BANKING? No problem! ThruTalk training every Monday from 7-8 PM here.

This week’s line-up:

**PLEASE NOTE: If you prefer to use Open Virtual Phone Bank (dial by hand), there are still plenty of opportunities! You can check out the full event list HERE or reach out to Ali Feldman at ali@turnpablue.org with questions.


HELP WITH VOTER PROTECTION

  • PA Dems Vote Pro Toolkit: Everything you need to know in one place!
  • Join the Voter Protection Team by signing-up here (virtual and in-person opportunities)
  • Vote-Early Monitors Needed Across PA: For the first time, PA’s voters will have the option to vote early in person! Voters will be able to vote at their county elections office by requesting, completing, and submitting a mail-in ballot all at the same time. As a Vote-Early Monitor, you’ll be the eyes and ears on the ground: observing how the process runs, educating voters, and reporting to the Voter Protection Team in real time. Next Training is scheduled for Sunday, October 4th. Sign up, get trained and find more info here.

LITERATURE DROPS

Some campaigns have started to do some limited canvassing and literature drops in a safe and socially distant way. We understand that due to COVID, this isn’t for everyone, but if you’re interested in getting outside, masking up and hitting the pavement to connect with voters,

let us know and we will connect you with a campaign.


ELECTION DAY HELP

TPAB is already planning for Election Day. Do you want to volunteer but are just not sure what you want to do?

Sign up here for updates about all the ways you can get involved to help protect the vote and turn PA blue!

Or, you can sign up directly with the PA Dems Voter Protection Team HERE.


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Turn PA Blue is committed to harnessing the power and energy of committed volunteers to help elect Democrats up and down the ballot in 2020. The grassroots energy enhanced by Turn PA Blue has the ability to drive turnout and energy upward to help Democrats running across the state at all levels. Our goal is also to integrate the inclusion of new voices into the Democratic Party on all levels, with particular emphasis on strengthening the local parties whose infrastructure is vital to the growth and efficacy of the Democratic Party will also serve to “build our bench” for future candidate recruitment.

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