Step up your canvassing with MiniVAN
Tuesday Oct 19 at 5pm
Thursday Oct 28 at 6pm
MiniVAN is an app to make canvassing easier and more productive! View the canvass script and enter data into your phone in the moment, saving paper and data entry.
These trainings are all VIRTUAL!
One Year To Win!
Saturday Nov 6 at 9am and noon
Sunday Nov 7 at noon
This weekend is our big ONE YEAR kick-off. That's 12 short months until the hugely important election where we MUST re-elect Gov. Evers and get Johnson's Senate seat! Every vote, every contact, every volunteer is critical to this effort because we know these races will be tight. We have to show up!
As always, training and support will be provided! *Masks required*
ORGANIZE NOW TO
*KEEP EVERS IN*
*GET JOHNSON OUT*
One Year To Win Kick-Off Meeting
Special guest: BEN WIKLER
Thursday Oct 28, 6-7pm
Join the Madtown Os to kick off our big ONE YEAR TO WIN actions coming up. Chair of the WisDems, Ben Wikler (and hopefully his puppy Pumpkin too), will update volunteers on the state of politics in Wisconsin and we'll discuss how neighborhood teams like the Os will make the difference in identifying and mobilizing voters ahead of the critical elections next year when we boot out Ron Johnson and re-elect Gov. Evers! All are welcome and please invite friends! *This event is virtual*
Saturday Nov 6 at 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 6pm
Sunday Nov 7 at 12pm or 3pm
Call voters from home! Virtual training, resources, and support provided.
Chat with voters to identify Dems and find out what issues are most important to them! Calls will help us reach folks who are tougher to reach with canvassing, like residents of apartment complexes.
Want to learn more about Fair Maps for Wisconsin?
Fair Maps Coalition is organizing to ensure the new Wisconsin maps that will be drawn this year are fair and not overtly partisan like those from the last decade.
Other groups working on this issue:
Check out the draft maps from The People's Map Commission HERE!
Watch this excellent 1.5 conversation about redistricting in 2021-2022 with Jay Heck of Common Cause, Rep. Deb Andraca, Sen. Jeff Smith, and Law Forward's Mel Barnes. LINK HERE