The number one thing we should be doing NOW is pushing voting in the 2013 Election. Here's why:
This is the LAST YEAR to register at Early Voting!
- We need to let voters know about upcoming changes to voting, and that NOTHING has changed this year!
- The choice is this race is critical! PA's endorsed candidates support MARRIAGE EQUALITY and OPPOSE 751 South.
- Durham may elect one person to the city council who fundamentally opposes equal rights for gay and lesbian people and two people who favor development instead of protecting our drinking water!
- This election is a building block for the critical 2014 work - gaining volunteers and momentum along the way!
Eddie Davis and Don Moffitt need your help to win! They are progressive leaders in Durham. And if we don't put in the work this fall, we will be disappointed on November 2nd.
SIGN UP FOR POLL WORK
EMAIL KATE to sign up to help in other ways!
YOU can make the difference in 2013, and help us build for 2014!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 2013 Endorsement Meeting!
Tuesday, August 27th. 6:30 p.m.
St. Luke’s Church – 1737 Hillandale Rd.
All members are eligible and encouraged to attend. You may join at the door, however, only those who have been members 30 days or more are allowed to vote per the PA-PAC bylaws.
Our decision making process will be better with YOU in attendance!
BUT FIRST…Come To a PA Candidate Mixer!
Wednesday, August 21st, 5:30-7 p.m.
Motorco Garage – 723 Geer Street
We want you to get to know the candidates…but more importantly, we want the candidates to get to know YOU!
The party will get started after the polls close. PA will provide food and entertainment for our volunteers and supporters at Motorco, and we'll watch results on the big screen. Next door at Fullsteam, Durham for Obama will be watching live results. Down the street at The Bar DFO will be rocking too. The 700 Block of Rigsbee is Election Night Central!
CLICK HERE FOR FLYER AND MORE DETAILS!
Early voting in downtown Durham has moved to the new Durham History Museum at Main & Great Jones. Avoid the long lines on election day … join us as we march to the new early voting site, cast our vote, and then stay to enjoy the live music and food trucks afterwards. This event is brought to you by People’s Alliance, Durham Democratic Women, and Durham For Obama.
See flyer here and sign up to march on MyBarackObama.com.
WHEN: Saturday, October 11, 2012, 11am-3pm
MEET: At corner of Corporation and Foster at 11am
VOTE: Cast your ballot early with us
PARTY: Early voting Festival at Durham History Museum til 3pm
Click on flyer to RSVP on Facebook (and be sure to share with your friends).
Early Vote shifts are our top priority. The Obama for America campaign will be pushing all new registrants and less-regular voters to vote early.
Before you go, please read these rules about campaigning at election sites. Information such as this and other poll work instructions will be included with your materials.
HAVE MORE QUESTIONS? Watch this training video to see if this job is right for you! We need you!
Though it is true that the state of North Carolina voted for bigotry and discrimination, we are thrilled that our love for Durham remains well founded – with a whopping 70% of our friends and neighbors voting AGAINST the amendment. (continue reading)
Email Lorisa to sign up for one (OR MORE!) shifts today!!