Fri – 11/2: Things you can do from home.

Ben and Jerry’s “Pecan Resist”  supports four organizations that are working on the front lines of the peaceful resistance: Color of Change, Women’s March, Neta, and Honor the Earth. Check out their new campaign  here.

Action #1 – Additional phone bank opportunities.

North Carolina needs phone bankers and you can do it from your home. All the materials you need are right here to make the phone calls that can make a difference in these critical races to break the Supermajority in North Carolina. Click on this link, and get instructions on how to use the Virtual Phone bank link, along with information on the candidates and an access code to get started.

More phone bank opportunities here.

Action #2 – Help Florida!

756,000 Democrats received Vote By Mail ballots and it’s now time to call or text to remind them to get those ballots turned in asap. Sign up to text: here or to sign up to make phone calls, email rita@arccd.com for instructions.

Action #3 – Nov. 6th Youth Walkout – Spread the news.

Young people nationwide are going to walk out of class on November 6th and head to the polls to vote en mass. Promote and support this effort by using the hashtag #WalkOutTheVote in our social media posts and encouraging our friends and family members to spread the word! www.walkoutthevote.org

Action #4 – Armchair detectives – The NY Times needs your help.

“As November’s midterm elections approach, The New York Times is looking for examples of online ads, posts and texts that contain political disinformation or false claims and are being deliberately spread on internet platforms to try to influence local, statewide, and federal elections. Times journalists are hoping to use your tips to advance our reporting.”


If you see a suspicious post or text, please take a screenshot and upload it with the form included in the article here.

Action #5 – Let your creative flag fly.

Read this. (wisc.edu)

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