Nov. 2, Nov. 3, Nov. 4. Bridge building canvasses to talk with our west side Madison neighbors about the issues they feel are most important in the 2020 State and General elections. The details are behind the sign up links. Sign up below, hope to see you there!
Team Gold is hosting events this fall in order to lay the groundwork for a strong 2020. Come join us to ensure a blue 2020!
Phone Bank Sept. 11, 6:00-8:00pm: Sonja and David Keesey Berg will host 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Their address is 8403 Reid Drive, Madison. Purpose is to reach out to 2018/2019 volunteers regarding our Oct 8 6:30-8:30pm Dinner with Team Gold One Year to Win as well sign up canvassers for November 2-3 Weekend of Action. Script provided. Link to sign up: https://secure.ngpvan.com/oBymfroqh0GRHC6czBcFTA2
Literature drop, Saturday September 14th: Purpose to promote our Oct. 8 Dinner with Team Gold One Year to Win. Sandy Drew will host. Her address is 7305 Cedar Creek Trail and her phone number is 833-8511. Sign up by emailing email@example.com
Wednesday, September 18, 6:00-8:00 at Lussier Community Education Center. Team Gold Planning and Reorganization meeting to prepare for Team Gold dinner on 10/8; coordinating and preparing for next round of phone banks; review checklists; RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Bank Sept. 25, 5:30 – 7:30pm: Jeff Kravat will host the next phone bank on September 25th from 5:30-7:30pm 7392 Old Sauk Rd. Purpose is to reach out to 2018/2019 volunteers regarding our Oct 8 6:30-8:30pm Dinner with Team Gold One Year to Win as well sign up canvassers for November 2-3 Weekend of Action. Scripts will be provided. Link to sign up: https://secure.ngpvan.com/9SSK9MEQ-0qyQi2ICF7pDw2
Dinner with Team Gold One Year to Win
Oct. 8, 6:30 – 8:30pm, Vintage Brewing Company. With special guests:
DPW Chair Ben Wikler: vision and goals for Democratic Party of Wisconsin 2020 and beyond
Common Cause Executive Director Jay Heck to speak on gerrymandering and the importance of the 2020 State and local elections
Here are some other events we feel you may be interested in:
July 24, 5:00pm-7:pm Lakeside Discussion with newly elected DPW Chair Ben Wickler and Vice Chair Felesia Martin,1206 Sherman Ave. We don’t often promote funraisers BUT we believe this could be really informative to our reorganization process. Recommended $50.00 at the door. Register at WisDems.org/Madison. E-mail us at email@example.com. with questions.
July 27 Deadline Lussier Community Center Education Committee Back to School Fundraiser: This year money donated will be used for what is needed most as advised by Lussier staff. In the past it has been earmarked for pack backs and or supplies. You can donate by sending a check made out to Lussier Community Education Committee and sent to Ginger McIntosh,3326 Gregory St. Madison 5371. Your check will be your receipt and Lussier will follow up with a confirmation letter. Any questions please contact Ginger at (608) 233-2614 call or text; firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re trying something a bit different for the spring elections. We’ll be doing pure literature drops – leaving information at the door, but not knocking. If you’re new to volunteering this is a great way to get involved!
I didn’t expect to have something for Team Gold Volunteers to do, but Republicans aren’t resting on their laurels. According to this Madison.com article, Scott Walker and state Republicans are planning a power grab:
They plan on limiting Josh Kaul’s power to represent the state in litigation, and giving the legislature power to elect an unelected ‘special counsel’ to represent the state instead
They are planning to limit early voting, despite a federal judge’s ruling stating that the last time they tried this it was racially discriminatory.
So we’re asking you to volunteer from the comfort of your own home this month, by calling and texting people, letting them know to contact their representatives about this.
We did it! We’ve reelected Tammy Baldwin to the US Senate, and swept all statewide offices for Democrats. Thanks to your help and support, Governor Tony Evers, Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes, Attorney General Josh Kaul, and State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski won their races.
If you volunteered with us this past election cycle, we hope you stay in touch! The next elections are in Spring of 2019, where a seat on the Wisconsin State Supreme Court is up for grabs.
edit on 10.30.2018: Please note that the location of the 11/1/2018 phone bank has changed! The sign up link has the new address, and if you’ve signed up you should have received an update email.
edit on 10.9.2018: We’ve updated this post to now include our November events!
We’re down to 41 days before the 2018 general elections, and we’re kicking it into high gear. We have a ton of volunteer opportunities from now until election day, so come check out our events below.
You’ll find that we’re using a different system for event sign ups, we hope you find it easier to use than what we were using before. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.
Also please note that the location details are revealed after you sign up (consider this a security upgrade).