Canvassing Wyoming

VOTE Project picks up speed

Make a Difference Day in Casper Oct. 27

Volunteers needed for canvassing around the state

In Torrington, members of CORAJE made banners to prepare for canvassing there.

ESPC’s election canvass is nearly in full gear. This weekend, we’ll be canvassing in places all around the state. The ground game of our VOTE Project, this canvassing aims to encourage residents of low-income precincts around the state tovote and otherwise engage in civic affairs. Policy-makers pay attention to people who vote.vot For those in Casper, Make a Difference Day is this Saturday, October 27, at 8:30 a.m. at Casper’s City Park. We’re one of four organizations participating. Come on down, find either Jeralee or Cristina at our table, and sign up to help canvass in North Casper that afternoon. We’ll leave from the event and walk to the nearby First Presbyterian Church for a quick training, then go out and canvass. If you have any questions, you can reply to this email or call us at 307-337-8721. We’re looking for volunteers to help us canvass in other cities and towns, too. The list is at the end of this post, with the days we’re going out. We canvass during weekdays from 5:30 to dusk, on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sundays from 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. We’ll have a short training for new folks about an hour before the canvassing starts. When you call or email, we’ll let you know the location and more exact time to meet up. Below are the cities/towns and days we’ll be canvassing. This is a chance for you to be part of the democratic process, meet new people, and enjoy Wyoming’s beautiful fall weather. Casper Saturday, October 27 Saturday, November 3 Cheyenne Saturday November 3 Sunday, November 4 Rawlins Saturday, October 27 Saturday November 3 Rock Springs Saturday, October 27 Monday, November 5 Torrington Wednesday, October 31 (house party/event, not canvassing – but we’ll still need volunteers!) Saturday November 3 Sunday, November 4 Wind River Reservation Sunday, November 4  

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