Phone Banking is not only an effective way of identifying current supporters and informing undecided voters, but it also allows the campaign team to gather data about voter preferences. Phone Banking requires no prior experience and is an easy way for individuals to get involved with the campaign. Volunteers simply call the provided list of voter numbers and utilize a pre-written script to communicate with constituents.
Block Walking (Door-to-Door Canvassing)
Block Walking, also referred to as Door-to-Door Canvassing, is another easy way to get involved with the campaign, and requires no prior experience. This is one of the most quintessential forms of grassroots campaign activity. Block walking allows volunteers to meet constituent voters face to face. If the voter is home, the volunteers simply engage them in conversation to inform the voter about the candidate and his priorities. A conversational script will be provided. If the voter is not home, the volunteer will simply leave a door hanger or pamphlet on the voter's door.
Media Volunteers will assist the Media Director with all of the campaign's social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram, the Website, etc. Volunteers will help gather information to be posted electronically. They may also assist the Media Director in reaching out to press contacts, including print and media, as well as radio contacts.
If you are looking for a one time volunteer opportunity or a more flexible commitment, the campaign has a variety of events that you can sign up to volunteer for. Event duties will vary depending on the particular event. If you submit your information and include a preference for working events, a campaign staffer will contact you shortly with a list of potential events and descriptions of the available positions.