CALLS TO ACTION
Every phone called, door knocked, and postcard written is another voter engaged. Drop in on our next Blue Day of Action; a few hours of your time make a world of difference!
There are many ways to get involved! Here are some quick ways to get started.
Signing petitions signals to our leaders that it is their duty to take action; petitions are a fundamental part of our political process. Signing a petition is a way to participate in the present and create the future!
Our elected officials work for us. Writing to our representatives is crucial in showing them that their constituents are paying attention and will vote accordingly.
Registering new Democratic voters is our greatest means of changing the electorate. Learn how and where to register voters and help grow our numbers. When we register, we win.
The Bill of Rights enshrines the right to peaceful assembly; when large numbers of people take to the streets, politicians and decision-makers notice. Protests invite conversation, persuasion, and change.
If you feel strongly about an issue, letters to the editor can be an effective way to get the word out. The editorial page containing letters the editor is widely read and therefore an important advocacy tool.
We have many active committees, caucuses, and clubs in our county, built around an array of key issues and constituencies. Meet other like-minded Democrats and organize around your passions.