Call-a-palooza Happening NOW and Election Day!

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This is it! We are down to the wire. We’re putting all of our effort into getting out the Democratic vote and working for a LANDSLIDE in the most important election of our lives! Our Call-a-palooza event started on Halloween and is going on right now. Monday, Nov. 2nd from 7:00am to 8:00pm and Tuesday Nov. 3rd from 7:00am to 1pm, we’re calling voters already identified as supporters to make sure they vote.

If you are experienced, come any time and stay as long as you like. If it is your first time phone banking, come at the top of any hour. Training for inexperienced callers will be held at the top of every hour in Zoom breakout rooms.

Just during the Call-a-palooza so far, 74 volunteers have made 11,409 calls. That means our phone bankers have now blown past the goal of 95,000 calls we set at the beginning of October. We’re only 1,835 from reaching our new goal of 100,000 calls, and with your help, we can reach it. Don’t wake up on Nov. 4th knowing that you could have done more!

The Time to Save Democracy is Now! Take action! Bring a friend!

In solidarity,
The Indivisible Yolo Team

Actions for Monday and Tuesday:

  1. Join our Call-a-palooza calling spree on Monday and Tuesday – the most effective work we can do to deter a coup!
Text: Indivisible Yolo and Sister District CA-3 Call-a-palooza. 45 hours of phone-banking to get out the vote. Join us! Saturday through Monday from 7am to 8pm; Tuesday from 7am to 1pm

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