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Volunteering from Home with Washington Democrats

Unlike the Republicans in our state, we here at the Washington Democrats are taking the pandemic seriously. That’s why we’re not knocking on doors this election cycle. Instead, we’re leveraging new digital tools to reach out to voters from the safety of our homes. But to win this battle for the soul of our nation while the Republicans’ recklessness gives them an advantage in the field, we need every Washington Democrat to do their part as a Virtual Volunteer with our Coordinated Campaign — and that includes YOU!

Ballots will be in voters’ mailboxes no later than October 16th, which means we have LESS THAN A WEEK to reach the voters we need to win! 

We will be hosting virtual phone banks to get out the vote for Governor Inslee, Secretary of State candidate Gael Tarleton, and Democrats up and down the ballot across Washington state. For the last six months, the experts on our organizing team have been training hundreds of Virtual Volunteers on how to use our new tools — so if you’ve never volunteered before or haven’t volunteered yet this election cycle, don’t worry! All of our volunteering opportunities begin with a training for new volunteers and have additional staff on-hand for one-on-one assistance for anyone who needs it. You can find our regular phone banking opportunities here to sign up and get trained to help Democrats in your community make a plan to vote!

You can still talk to voters from the comfort of your home! 

Click here for a schedule for all digital organizing opportunities 


Once you have signed up for an organizing opportunity, check out the step by step process our 2020 Coordinated Campaign team provided to help you get started!

Here are some tools to help you get started with being a digital organizer: 

Welcome Letter from the WA Dems 2020 Coordinated Campaign

How to Open a Virtual Phone Bank

Script Training & Data Integrity

Here are some helpful instructional videos on tools that we’ll be using for digital organizing:





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