NY Greens make final drive in Syracuse, Queens
October 31, 2013 in Local Elections
From the New York Green Party:
Lynne Serpe, City Council Candidate for District 22 in Astoria, Queens, is also on the verge of making history, by becoming the first person elected to the New York City Council from outside the two ‘major’ parties since the 1940s!
Email email@example.com if you can help out, or have questions about helping, in any of the below.
Make phone calls to voters from home: The Serpe team will give you all of the information you need. They need to reach 10,000 people, so every hour you can spend making calls is a big help.
Also, there will be a big literature push this weekend. Your fellow Greens will be handing out fliers at busy intersections, and going door-to-door to talk to voters:
SATURDAY 11/2, and Sunday 11/3: Join us for one or two shifts (11am-1pm and/or2pm-4pm) for flyering and canvassing, or help with phone calls in the campaign office!
We also need help on
TUESDAY, Election Day 11/5, all day: Help hand out literature at poll sites or make last-minute phone calls from the office. Even if you live far outside of Astoria, Queens, make a day of it and spend it with us! You can take breaks in the office between shifts.
We will tell you all you need to know about working Election Day at our Poll Watcher Trainings:
SATURDAY: Poll Watcher Training at 6:30pm, or SUNDAY at 4:30pm at the campaign office, 25-11 Astoria Boulevard. Snacks and beverages provided! We need to give out locations, certificates, literature, etc. Please email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org to make other arrangements if you can’t make it Saturdayor Sunday.