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2022 Volunteer Opportunities For Democrats

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Signup LinkEvent TitleTypeDateDescriptionSponsor
SignupProtect our Rights. Register, Energize and Turn Out our Voters 2022.Voter Registration, Phonebank, Canvass, Street Fair, Grassroots Organizing1 OngoingWith our rights and our future at stake, everyone can help. Choose the ways you'll make a difference and sign up!Multnomah Democrats
SignupNeighbor Leader TrainingGrassroots Organizing, Canvass1 OngoingLearn how to become a Neighborhood LeaderMultnomah Democrats
SignupJamie McLeod-Skinner Weekly PhonebankPhonebank07/19/22Get the message out! Vote Jamie for Congress! With a short training, you'll have everything you need to have meaningful conversations with your neighborsJamie for Oregon
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Register likely Dem Voters in national swing districts. Women, BIPOC, Rural. NC, FL, TX, AZ, WI, You choose the campaign.Postcard, Post Card, Voter RegistrationWeekly Wednesday 2p PSTTargeted postcards to help voters in key House, Senate and state elections Register to Vote. Cards, scripts, voter lists.Field Team 6
SignupBYOP Textbanking - Register Dems in swing states AZ, FL, GA, NC, NV, PA, TX and WITextbank, Voter RegistrationThursday Training 4pm PSTBYOP - Texters do use their own phone and computer. ( a little clunky for newbies)Field Team 6
SignupVoter Suppression? We fight back with information and support to help infrequent voters navigate the polls.Phonebank, Phone bankWednesday Natl Training 1pm PDTAs states, especially in the South, make voting harder and more complicated, our volunteers walk BIPOC and rural voters thru the steps to get their vote in and make sure it counts. Currently calling AZ and FL
Center for Common Ground
SignupVoter Suppression? We fight back with information and support to help infrequent voters navigate the polls.Phonebank, Phone bankTuesday and Thurs Natl Training 3pm PDTAs states, especially in the South, make voting harder and more complicated, our volunteers walk BIPOC and rural voters thru the steps to get their vote in and make sure it counts. Currently calling AZ and FL
Center for Common Ground
SignupJamie McLeod-Skinner for Congress Weekly PhonebanksPhonebank, Phone bankTues and Thurs weekly phonebanks 6-8pmGet the message out! Vote Jamie for Congress! With a short training, you'll have everything you need to have meaningful conversations with your neighborsJamie for Oregon
SignupJamie McLeod-Skinner for Congress Weekly TextbanksText, TextbankSundays 4-6pmVote Jamie for Congress! With a short zoom training, you'll have everything you need to have effective conversations with your CD 5 votersJamie for Oregon
SignupJoin #TeamJoAnn
Re-Elect JoAnn Hardesty
Canvass, Phonebank, Visibility, Social MediaOngoingJoin a squad to work in community to help us win the campaign - Neighborhoods, Online, Small Donor, LogisticsJO ANN FOR CITY COUNCIL
SignupTina for Oregon, canvassing our voters. Kickoff with Tina KotekCanvassJuly 30th, 10:30 - 2pm,We're takling with voters about what's at stake in the general election.Tina for Oregon
Rosa Colquitt at Juneteenth

“Everybody can be great because ANYBODY CAN SERVE. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”

Why I Volunteer for the Democratic Party of Oregon

By Dr. Rosa Colquitt, PhD
Vice Chair, Democratic Party of Oregon

Over the past decade I have used a singular quote from civil rights icon, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as the tag line for all email communications and my personal Facebook header. Fully written into the depths of my heart are his inspiring words about serving others, that for me, have turned into a lifetime of volunteerism.

FAQ

Most volunteers like to know what they are getting into. Here are some of the common questions that we receive from people deciding how to participate.

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Have more questions? Get in touch with our volunteer cheerleader, party Vice Chair 1 Marcia Schneider.