Ways to Help

 
Photo by Sarah Phillips Photography

Photo by Sarah Phillips Photography

 

Hold a sign at selected locations

If you have never done this it is easy and fun. Name recognition is important and getting a group together shows support.

Have a coffee and invite your friends

It does not have to be fancy and even small groups are good. I love talking with people in an informal setting.

Walk your neighborhood with Kathleen

This may be the single most important part of getting my message out. If you have an hour or two this is a great way to make a difference.

Put a lawn sign on your lawn

These cannot go up more than 30 days before the election, so it is not a long-term commitment. We are keeping a list until the time comes.

Organize your own special event

Fundraising is important. The campaign has events lined up, but if you have a great idea and want to run with it – bravo! Do make sure you check with the campaign to see about scheduling.

Put a bumper sticker on your car

If you don’t like anything on your actual bumper the rear window is a good option.

Send “Dear Friend” postcards

Just before the election we supply the postcards and you can add your own short note. These are very effective.

Let the campaign know of any upcoming events

It’s hard to be everywhere but I would welcome news about events that may not have crossed my desk.

 
 
 

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