Persist & Resist – Volunteer Opportunities – In It to Win It!

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Volunteer Opportunities
October 23, 2020

We need to insure a Blue Wave! Please don’t sit around and wonder if the polls are right–make a personal decision to ensure our candidates are elected!  It’s the endgame – here’s what you can do to help:
Yavapai Dem. Party needs observers at these locations:  Congress, Bagdad, Seligman, Black Canyon City, Ashfork. Email Vivian Perry – Election Integrity Director – YCDP  Email –
Call – 928-830-9165
You will be sent a link to attend a zoom training after you signup.Judy Stahl Campaign, AZ House, LD1 – It’s that time of the week…winding down for some Friday FUN!  Join us on ZOOM for some conversation, laughter and post debate BINGO. What will the prize be this week? Join in to WIN with #StahlForAll! Friday’s ZOOM – 6:00pm:

Contactless Canvass for Judy Stahl – Like walking? Join our contactless canvas (drop lit at doors without talking to people) meet Saturday, 10/24 and 10/31 at 10 am at the Yavapai Co. Democratic Headquarters, 1555 Iron Springs Rd., Prescott or at the Prescott Valley Library in Prescott Valley on  Wednesday, October 28 at 10 am in Prescott. Canvas Sign Up Here 
Phone Banks: Phone banking works. Period. Join us over Zoom on Wednesday at 4:00 pm, Saturday at 1:30 pm, Sunday at 1:30 pm, or Monday at 6:00 pm. Phone Bank Sign Up Here

Mission for Arizona –   Vote Joe App 101 Workshop This Saturday and Sunday at 12 PM MST Mission for Arizona is hosting Zoom workshops on the Vote Joe app – a mobile app the Biden campaign is using to turn Arizona blue! The Vote Joe app acts as an easy tool to help you reach out to your network and ensure that your friends and family have a plan to vote in this election.
Sign up here to join us for a workshop this weekend and learn how you can use the Vote Joe App to help send Joe to the White House!

Special Request from Jay Ruby, Field District Organizer, Verde Valley –  We are close to the finish but we can’t let up! In the last days I talked to:• A woman with a felony who didn’t know she was registered and thought she couldn’t vote
• An immigrant from Japan who was voting for the first time and needed to know more about the candidates
• A woman taking emergency care of her parents in Arkansas, who had her early ballot, but no info on the candidates     We do G•O•T•V to find voters and get them the information they need to vote, whether it’s a Japanese speaker, legal voting rights information, or sending literature to Arkansas. These LD 6 voters will be the difference in electing Felicia French and Coral Evans. These voters are the difference in flipping the Arizona Legislature #redtoblue which makes a difference in our lives.      We still need your help to find and turn our voters for Felicia and Coral in the 11 days of the campaign!  Sign up now:

Fri 11am / 4pm – Sat 9am / 1230pm / 4pm – Sun 9am / 1230pm / 4pm – 11am / 4pm – 11am / 4pm – 11am / 4pm –, Nov 2 11am / 4pm –
Tues, Nov 3 11am/4pm –

Concerned about the Justice Center (Jail) on Prescott Lakes Parkway?
AZ LD 1 Rep. Noel Campbell and the public are invited to participate in a webinar with AZ Dept. of Environmental Quality on Thursday, October 22, 2020, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. to discuss the jail environmental issues that have been raised by his constituents.  You can join this meeting using a computer or by telephone.  To sign-up and participate in the meeting, please use the following link to register online by computer connected to the Internet:  If you would like to participate in the meeting but are unable to register online, or if you have other questions, please contact Terry Baer at ADEQ, (602)771-4503.  Read the letter that was sent to the ADEQ by Campbell. 
Thurs. Oct. 29, 5:30pm – Move to Amend special presentation:Corporate Rule vs. We The People:  How our courts have paved the road for Private Prisons, and What We Can Do Now. Milly Harmon, Outreach Coordinator, will speak about the scandal of private prisons and the legal system that makes them possible. Discussion will follow. ZOOM: Contact to have a Zoom link sent to your email.    Election Voter Guide

DWPA and PI put together an election voter guide which can be foundHEREon our PI website. 
If this link doesn’t work, go to, click BLOG and then go to “older entries” until you see ELECTION REFERENCE GUIDE IS HERE! Click on it and the first thing you’ll see are some explanations.
Below that is the voter guide.
And here’s a graphic to help you make sure your vote gets counted by doing what’s necessary with the mail-in ballot (i.e. put your ballot in the white envelope and SIGN it).

If you need a ride to an Official Voting Ballot Box or would prefer to vote in person at the County Office Bldg. in Prescott, please call Marion Pack, 928-642-6788.
Leave your name and phone number and she will call you back to make arrangements for your ride. Passengers must be masked and must place their ballot in the box themselves.  Drivers will wear a mask; cars will be sanitized between trips. 

Every day – call three people and remind them to vote for our slate–Biden, Kelly, DiSanto, Mundell, Stanfield, Tovar, Stahl, (Lutes – Dist. 1 or Michaels – Dist 3). Suggest that when they receive their ballot, to bring it to a dropbox immediately. Don’t let that ballot linger!
Start a discussion on:
TWITTER: @IndivisPrescott
Facebook (Public page) /Facebook (Closed group) 
New email –
Prescott Indivisible on YouTube 

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Prescott Indivisible was founded in 2017, when Paul Hamilton and Nicole Romine put an ad in the local paper, requesting local progressives to show up at the library. Over 100 people lined up. In short order, we had formed a local chapter of the national Indivisible movement. Within six months we adopted a set of Guidelines that sets the framework in which we work, designed a logo and printed and sold t-shirts. Our mailing list quickly expanded from 100 to over 1,200. We usually have 100 or more attend our general monthly meetings.

Prescott Indivisible has a strong track record of activism. We adopted the team concept: Communication/Events; Voter Education and Elections; Education; Environment; Human Rights; Immigration and Peacekeepers to assist with safely issues. Initially we had a steering committee that consisted of volunteers. After our guidelines were adopted, the steering committee is made up of elected officers and members at large and the heads of the various teams, or their designees. A diverse group of community activists, social justice advocates and others that have volunteer ties to non-profits and religious organizations, the steering committee assists the teams when asked and sets the agendas.

Our teams and their members have worked diligently to make their voices heard. We have made thousands of calls, mailed hundreds of postcards to our legislators in Arizona and in congress. We have collaborated with like-minded organizations to advocate for issues of crucial importance to Arizona and the nation.

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