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Be an

Agent of Change

GET INVOLVED
At Your Own Comfort Level

We get it. You want to do something to get our country back on track. Facebook rants aren't getting the job done. What can you do that makes a real, measurable difference?

The Troy Dems Club has the tools and connections to help you make an impact on Day One. Best of all, you don't need to leave your Comfort Zone, unless you want to. Whether you're a masterful letter writer, a person who loves to reach out by phone, or someone who wants to make your case face-to-face, we know candidates and causes that can use your help. Explore some of the opportunities available to you!

Newspaper
WRITING

Write Letters to the Editor

Did you know that media outlets determine the direction of their coverage based on the letters they receive? Address issues that are important to you or a candidate. And work at your own pace.

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WRITING

Personalize Postcards

Adding a personal message to a candidate's postcard helps increase its impact. You can say it your way, or use a script, right from the comfort and safety of your own home.

 

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CALLING

Call Voters Directly

Research shows that when real people reach out, voters are more likely to remember the message. You'll be supplied with a list of Dem-leaning voters, a script and a bit of training. Texting works too!

Grey House
GREETING

Canvass Door-to-Door

Canvassing is just a fancy term for walking door-to-door in a neighborhood to acquaint residents with a candidate or cause. You'll get a script, a list of Dem-leaning voters and a lot of mentoring. It's a fun and rewarding way to get your steps in. 

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LEADING

Run for Precinct Delegate

A Precinct Delegate represents the party's voters in a city's precinct, organizing outreach and attending Democratic events. It's an elected position and a great way to get involved in the Democratic Party. Inquire here for more information.

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JOINING

Join a City Board

Interested in historical buildings? City planning? Parks? Sustainable design? Nearly every department in the city government has a group of citizen volunteers on an advisory committee. Join and make your opinions matter.