Volunteer Opportunities With CCDP!

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Got any plans this summer? We do!


The Charleston County Democrats are gearing up for some exciting campaigns, initiatives, and events over the summer and for the rest of the year, and we would love for you to help us out. In order to do so, please let us know by clicking here: Sign Me Up!

And be sure to update your volunteer preferences here. This will help the CCDP leadership keep track of who we can turn to when there are specific projects. 

Interested in getting involved now? 

Charleston County is piloting a voter registration program inspired by the work of Stacey Abrams in Georgia in two underperforming precincts. Can you help out? 

What: Voter registration door canvass
When: May 29th, 2021
Time: Canvass training at 9am followed by 2 hours of door-knocking
Where: Meet at the CCDP office (1379 Ashley River Rd) for supplies. We will then talk to potential voters in a West Ashley precinct and a Peninsula precinct. 

Please register HERE if you want to help us talk to potential voters!

With gratitude, 

Erin Rasmussen

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