Election Day is closer than you think. Republicans need to step up and get President Trump re-elected as well as electing Republicans in state Houses, governorships, Congress, etc. There is a lot to do. Your help is definitely needed. Here are 5 things you can do to help Republicans in 2020. 

Door knock

Get out into your communities and knock on doors. Do literature drops, hand out literature to people you talk to, and go canvass neighborhoods. When you door-knock, you are providing constituents with issues that they might not know as much about. This is a great way to get exposure for local candidates and advocate for Republican ideals. Showing people that you care enough to come through the neighborhoods means a lot to people.

Phone bank

Phone banking can be anything from a telephone canvass and gathering information on how constituents feel about certain problems and candidates. This is also a great opportunity to get donation pledges from people who are very committed. Phone banking is really easy and goes by pretty quickly when you’re hitting a lot of people at the right time.

Donate

It sounds cliche, but money makes the world, and political campaigns, go round. There is never such a thing as too much money for campaigns. Donate, even if it’s just a few dollars. Every single cent matters. There is no such thing as too little of a donation. 

Share things on social media

Share local events for Republicans. This could include could mean meet and greets, fundraisers, or volunteer opportunities. Share links to donation pages. Encourage like-minded people to become involved. Post about your support for candidates. Spread the names of the local candidates around who never get the name recognition they deserve.

Volunteer at the local GOP HQ

When you volunteer at your local GOP HQ, you might write thank you letters, put together letters asking for donations, stuffing envelopes, placing signs around town or gathering literature to do a drop around town. Contact your local GOP HQ and get involved!

Caroline C.
FFL Cabinet Member
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