Contact Chair Mary-Sherman Willis for more information.
KNOCK FOR VOTES
Join us in knocking on doors and getting out the vote for this crucial 2023 State election that will determine the control of the General Assembly–and whether the GOP can continue to erode our rights–to vote, to control what happens to our bodies, to educate our children, to breathe clean air and drink clean water, and so much more! With the new district lines, getting information to voters is more important than ever!WHEN: Every Saturday morning at 10 amWHERE: The Corner Deli Market (the old Hackley’s Store) 14820 Lee Hwy in Amissville. Eve Brooks is organizing this effort. Here’s what canvasser Christine van den Torn says:
“Eve and I and a few others have been out in the past weekends and it definitely showed us how important it is! Many people just aren’t paying attention to the races and don’t know the facts about how to vote. You will be on a team of two, so you’re not alone. It is actually fun and invigorating! We are going to Democratic and Democrat-leaning households. I haven’t had one difficult or rude interaction. Everyone has been pretty nice and willing to talk. And it only takes about 2 hours for one list of doors, so not much of your time. The Deli market where we meet has really good breakfast sandwiches and pupusas! “
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SAVE THE DATE! COFFEE AND CANVASSING!
Our next RCDC General Meeting is coming up!
WHEN: Saturday, August 13, 10am to 11am
WHERE: The Rappahannock Library, 4 Library Rd, Washington VA
Doors open at 9:30am for coffee and conversation. We come to order at 10am and promise not to take more than an hour of your valuable weekend!
Warren Breiseth, our field rep from Team Wexton, will join us to give us the latest news on the campaign. He’ll then lead off a weekend of door-knocking in the county right after we adjourn. Bring your cell phone and a partner, and consider spending some time talking to our neighbors and getting out the vote. As we just saw in Kansas, Democrats knocking on doors and talking to their neighbors turned the tide on abortion rights in the state!