Mail ballot voting is underway in PA for the May 17th primary. Voting is a habit and people who vote in the primaries are much more likely to vote in the general election. Democrats have a chance to win the PA House of Representatives this year IF we get out to vote!
- Let’s talk to voters about mail ballots! Join Turn PA Blue to remind voters to get their vote by mail applications in! After ballots go out, the effort will switch over to chasing ballots to get those votes returned in time! Tuesdays and Thursdays SIGN UP HERE!
NC’s primary is May 17. @powerindurhamcounty is an all-volunteer, NC-based pilot project designed to drive younger voters to the polls by educating them about the offices on the ballot and the candidates running for those offices—all via Instagram.
- Put your research skills to work! All you need is your computer and a fondness for tracking down information. Your fact-based research will contribute to informative, eye-catching posts on Instagram for all 31 Durham County candidates running for school board, sheriff, judge, District Attorney, and the U.S. House. Get in touch with Dana at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Statewide elections in WI are often decided by 1% or less. That means every vote counts. WI has some of the most restrictive voting laws in the country. The State Supreme Court recently banned mail ballot drop boxes. Elections are run at a municipal level so extensive outreach and oversight are needed to ensure all votes are counted.
- Join the Wisconsin voter protection team. SIGN UP HERE for an intro session.
Warm weather is here! Let’s go for some walks and connect with voters. In-person canvassing is happening now in Concord and Manchester and will be starting up on April 30 in Keene.
- You can sign-up now for Concord and Manchester. If you’re interested in knowing who else is going and when contact Rebecca at LeanLeftcvt@gmail.com.
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