It’s time to GET OUT THE VOTE for Susan Wild! Winning this election will take all of us, so let’s get to work! 🌊
Join us as we go make calls to ensure our neighbors have airtight plans to vote for Susan Wild and Democrats up and down the ballot this November.
Whether you’re a first-time volunteer or a phonebanking pro, we’ll set you up with everything you need to have successful conversations with voters. We will meet over zoom for training and making calls! Each shift will start with a quick and thorough training on how to talk to voters, how to record responses, and use our dialer platform. Then, we’ll hit the phones.
The more the merrier – please feel free to bring friends & family members to your shift. Defending democracy is a team effort!
THANK YOU for being a part of this!
📌WHAT YOU’LL NEED: a computer, a fully charged smartphone, and headphones. Recommended: phone and computer chargers
Please be aware that Wild for Congress will be videotaping, recording and taking photographs during this virtual event. By entering into or in any way participating in the virtual event, you irrevocably consent to and authorize Wild for Congress, and its agents and licensees, to make photographs, videotapes and other recordings of your voice and likeness (“Materials”) and to use the Materials, or any portion thereof, in any and all manner and media and for any purpose without compensation. Unless you have obtained prior approval from Wild for Congress, you also agree to not record, reproduce, transmit or stream from the virtual event, in any manner or by any means whatsoever, any portion of, or the entirety of, the event, including making any photographs, videotapes or other recordings. Any video, recordings, photographs or other media of any kind generated during the virtual event shall be the sole property of Wild for Congress, and you irrevocably release Wild for Congress and anyone acting under its authorization from any and all liability or claims in connection with such usage. You understand and agree that Wild for Congress will proceed in reliance upon such grant and release and that such rights are therefore irrevocable and granted in perpetuity.