Posted by: wcdem2 | September 14, 2016

Sign up to canvass, phone bank, or register voters

The Democratic Combined Campaign in Chester County offers many opportunities every day between now and the election. A lot of them are in West Chester, since the Clinton HQ is at 127 N. Church St. These events will benefit all Dem candidates, as the campaigns have a combined Get Out The Vote strategy to the benefit of all.

To find out all options, click here. Then to pitch in to this vital effort, enter your location, time frame, type of event, and desired radius (10 miles is the lowest) and sign up for what you can.

These four types of events reach out particularly to voters in the Borough:

Register Voters at West Chester University
Many days through Mon, Oct 17, 11:00am – 2:00pm or later, through Oct. 11
Start at Lawrence Hall, 705 S New St.

Turning out the vote at West Chester University will be essential in this election!

West Chester Voter Registration
Many days: lunch time, afternoon, or evening, through Oct. 11
Start at 127 N Church St.

To win in November, we need to make sure as many potential voters are registered to vote as possible.

West Chester Canvass
Many times avabilable.

Start at 127 N Church St.

Neighbors talking to neighbors is the most effective way to encourage people to vote. Join us as we knock doors and talk with our supporters face-to-face.

West Chester Phone Bank
Many evenings 5:30-8:30 p.m. or Sundays 3:00pm – 6:00pm
127 N Church St.

Don’t forget also similar events for individual candidates, notably Mayor Carolyn Comitta running for PA House 156. Volunteer to canvass, phone bank, or register voters for her campaign here.

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