Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about helping out or any of the events below!
Sunday, October 7th, Noon
Host: Erin Rist
RSVP here or paste into your browser: http://action.elizabethwarren.com/events/rsvp/36289
Monday, October 8th, 10AM, 1PM and 4PM
Host: Somerville for Warren
Somerville has 5000 newly registered voters and the campaign has asked us to help them on Columbus Day
RSVP here or paste into your browser: http://action.elizabethwarren.com/events/rsvp/content/knockout-weekend-round-2-somerville
Saturday, October 13th, 11AM
Host: Democracy for America with Jim Dean!
RSVP here or paste into your browser: http://action.elizabethwarren.com/events/rsvp/content/medford-canvass-1013
Sunday, October 14th, Noon
Host: Erin Rist
RSVP here, or paste into your browser: http://action.elizabethwarren.com/events/rsvp/content/medford-visibility-and-canvass-1014
Hosts will have lists of doors to knock on and information about how to canvass. No experience necessary
Recruit Medford Volunteers
Thursday October 11th, 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Warren Headquarters, 5 Middlesex Ave, Somerville
Host: Heather Gomez or Joane Winkler
RSVP here or paste into your browser: http://action.elizabethwarren.com/events/rsvp/content/medford-phonebank-hq-6
Regular phone banking schedule
Every other Thursday evening from 6:00 to 8:30 pm at Warren Campaign HQ at 5 Middlesex Ave, Somerville
Lists of people to call and information on what to say will be provided.
No experience necessary!
Wednesday, October 10th, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: Rt 28 near Stop & Shop, Meet outside bank at: 503 Riverside Ave
Host: Pat Delaney
RSVP Here or paste into your browser: http://action.elizabethwarren.com/events/rsvp/content/medford-visibility-rt-28-1010
We also have someone organizing visibility for Thursday or Friday mornings from 7:30-9AM. If you would like to be on the list to be called with the location, please reply to this email.
Hosts will have signs for you to hold, especially if you RSVP!
About canvassing: The goal is to gather data for the campaign, it is called “Voter ID”. This is so we know which voters to encourage to come out to vote on election day. We also find people who are interested in volunteering. While some canvassers enjoy discussing the issues with people they meet, it is not necessary.
About phonebanking: The goal is to call people who have indicated a willingness to volunteer for the campaign and to schedule them to attend upcoming events.
About Visibility: People hold signs so cars driving by see that real people support Elizabeth. We will have a group somewhere in Medford every Wednesday during the evening commute.