Hook up with a campaign!
There’s little more than two weeks left until election day. Any of these campaigns/groups would LOVE to have your help phone-banking, canvassing or poll watching:
Election Action Nights (phone banks) Oct. 22, 23, 24 (with Sierra Club), 25, and 26 (one at Clean Water Action, 100 5th Avenue, #1108 Pittsburgh, PA 15222, one at Sierra Club) and ongoing.
Monday and Tuesday Nights: Make phone calls to infrequent voters, eat free pizza, and make a difference. Training, script, and information provided. Enjoy a beer or glass of wine on us at our Tuesday Election Action Night. Sign up or more info: email@example.com or call 412-802-6161
Call in advance (412.661.0847) for possible daytime canvass / phone bank hours
Rendell for Governor Campaign (Also helping out Bob Casey & Others)
Phonebanking: Monday through Thursday 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Rendell for Governor, 225 Ross St.Pittsburgh, PA 15219, (412) 201-9024
Matt Smith Campaign
Phonebanking: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8pm at Campaign headquarters.
Contact Michelle for details at 412.561.3490. http://www.mattsmith2006.com/index.html
Jason Altmire Campaign
His campaign is running canvasses throughout the 4th district, including multiple canvasses in Allegheny County. Campaign HQ can be reached at 724-274-1776.
Chelsa Wagner Campaign
Volunteers are needed to help work the polls, door-knock, make phone calls and more on election day. Please call Angela at 412-207-7908 to sign up to help on election day.
MoveOn.org Call for Change
MoveOn is making it possible for you to help and never leave your home.
Phone volunteers are the backbone of Call for Change. As a phone volunteer, you’ll start right away phoning progressive voters in targeted congressional districts. They’ll tell you who to call and what to say. Your calling can be from home (whenever it fits your schedule) and at neighborhood calling parties. You commit to calling:
one hour a week between now and November (talking to ~10 voters/wk.) one hour a day for the last four days before the election, and two hours on Election Day, November 7th.
NOTE: The above does not represent an endorsement from DfP for any particular campaign.