Coordinated Campaign Update – Volunteers Needed
Our coordinated campaign team has been hard at work reaching out to voters all summer! Before the primary election, candidates, campaign managers, interns, and volunteers knocked on a total of 11,697 doors and called 2,705 voters. This is so far the most vibrant local field effort we’ve seen since 2014! The team is:
- Coordinated Campaign Manager
Anna Berch-Norton, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Barry Buchanan Campaign
Griffin Crisp, email@example.com
- Rud Browne Campaign
Leah Dornfield, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Todd Donovan Campaign
Alan Sangster, email@example.com
- Rebecca Boonstra Campaign
Emily Blessington, Emily@blessington.org
- Michael Shepard Campaign
Shelby Kremenich, Shelby.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Barry Wenger Campaign
Matt Petryni, email@example.com
Nearly two thirds of the voters we’ve been talking to have been supporters, and most of the rest are undecided. This gives us the chance to reach out and inspire Whatcom county residents to elect dynamic, progressive candidates to the Whatcom County Council and Port Commission! In this often-frustrating national political climate, local district and countywide elections are so important as an opportunity to bring about progressive change on a local level and stand up to hateful rhetoric and exclusionary nationalism.
We still have a long way to go to reach our doorbelling and phone banking goals this year, and we could really use some help from you. Can you contribute some time and be a part of this ambitious campaign effort? We have phone banking and doorbelling shifts available all week from 10am to 8pm, as well as Saturday mornings and Sunday evenings, and every little bit helps!
Volunteers should contact our coordinated campaign manager, Anna Berch-Norton, via phone 412-527-6036 or send an email using the form below.
You can also stop by the Coordinated Campaign office:
215 W. Holly St, suite B29, next door to the Whatcom County Democrats office.