Are you excited about change in November? Do you want to give back to the community? Does a young person in your life need some volunteer experience? There are many ways that people of all ages can help with Erika’s campaign.
It’s a sprint to the finish line, and there are opportunities all summer to canvass District 9. You don’t have to live in the district, and you don’t have to be an expert in politics. You just have to be passionate about helping Erika get elected. There is a brief 15-minute training (this can be done virtually or in-person) so that you can receive some basic talking points and some literature, then you’ll get a list addresses and hit the ground running! There’s even an app you can download to help you as you go. Just an hour or two of your time will make a huge difference. Our objective is to create awareness for Erika’s campaign, and we believe we can do it, one voter at a time!
Would you like to display a yard sign? Do you own a business that is willing to display a 4’x8′ road sign? Are you able to deliver signage to voters in the district? If so, drop us a line and we’ll get you everything you need!
Election Day is November 8, but early voting at satellite locations starts on October 24. We will have a schedule of two-hour shifts that we’d like to fill in order to let voters know about Erika and her priorities. No training required. Contact the campaign to learn more!
Host a Fundraiser or Meet-and-Greet
Even if you don’t live in District 9, Erika would be happy to come out and meet your friends to discuss the issues that are important to them.
Invite Erika to your Community Event
Contact the campaign if you’d like to invite Erika to your civic league, book club, civic league meeting, etc. She’s happy to speak with the residents of District 9 and learn about the issues that are important to them.
Lend your support by helping us organize! We need to coordinate supplies for door-knocking, create packets packets of printed materials for events, and more.