There are so many ways to volunteer to help out local state campaigns.
You can phonebank, textbank, canvass, or register voters. Find opportunities within a few miles of your home or you can even work right from your own home with your own computer or phone.
Go to www.multiplyyourvote.org
Search by the zip code of your preferred candidate or location.
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GET OFF YOUR DONKEY
Get Off Your Donkey and Vote! is a national campaign to get out the vote, funded and supported by Local Majority, a federal political action committee (PAC). Elections are won and lost by a single vote., witness the single misscast vote in the the 2017 Virginia House of Delegates election for HD94 which meant the Democrats didn’t gain control of the entire House. Your vote counts. Get Off Your Donkey and get to the polls on November 6, 2018.
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Contributions to Local Majority will be used to offset operating expenses, social media and GOTV campaigns, and help us scale our operations in strategic state races that are critical to achieve progressive majorities across the country. Local Majority is a registered Federal PAC and contributions are not tax-deductible.
Your Vote is your Voice!
Be sure to Vote November 6!
Voter suppression, voter roll purging, restrictive Voter ID laws, and gerrymandering are real threats to the basic tenets of our Democracy.
Be sure to check your voter registration often now until November 6.
Check too to make sure you have the correct voter photo ID card.
Better yet, if your state allows it, register to vote by mail (absentee). No need to worry about lines, the weather, carpooling, babysitting, or handicap ramps. It’s soooo much more convenient to vote by mail.