Information about volunteering for Hillary Clinton for President

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This is an exciting election year - we have an incredibly qualified candidate for President who also will be the first woman elected to the White House in US History. To make sure that happens, we need your help. Please stay tuned to this page for updates about how you can be involved with the Hillary campaign in Massachusetts and beyond. Since Massachusetts will always vote for the Democrat, much of the presidential campaign activity in Newton involves trips to go canvassing in New Hampshire or making phone calls to NH and other states. 

GOTV activities in Newton on Election Day - multiple ways to help - click here for details

Here are ways to help in New Hampshire and locally in these final days:

New Hampshire GOTV
To volunteer in NH please reply or email Jen Heyman jheyman@wellesley.edu or (617) 823-1897
On weekends our canvass staging location is 2 Deerhaven Dr., Nashua, NH.
Nashua Democratic HQ: 291 Main Street in NH

  • This Saturday shifts at 9 am, 12 pm, 3 pm and 6 pm - Sunday shifts at 12 pm, 3 pm and 6 pm - Monday 9 am, 12 pm, 3 pm and 6 pm
     
  • Election Day Shifts 8:00 am - 11:00 am - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
     
  • If you need a ride, or if you are able to offer rides to other volunteers, we will be organizing carpools for the 11:00 am and 2:00 pm shifts.  The carpools will meet 1 hour and 15 minutes before the shift in the parking lot behind the Carpenters Local 275 at 409 Lexington St. in Auburndale.  From there we'll drive up to our canvass staging location at 2 Deerhaven Dr., Nashua, NH
     
  • Rally with President Obama in Durmah, NH on Monday
    New Hampshire Democratic Party Get Out the Vote Rally with President Barack Obama at UNH
    Whittemore Center Arena
    128 Main St Durham, New Hampshire 03824
    Event Starts: 3:00 pm
    Doors Open: 12:30 pm
    RSVP: HERE

Make phone calls in Newton - no RSVP needed

Call from home anytime: www.hillaryclinton.com/calls

SUNDAY: Newtonville GOTV phone bank with the Goldsteins:

  • 30 Mill Street, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
  • Please bring a laptop/tablet and phone to make calls 
  • Questions or to RSVP please contact Joanne Goldstein at goldmjj@aol.com or 617 997 9642. 

SUNDAY: Nonantum GOTV Phone Bank - 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm

  • Home of Susan Davidoff, 24 Bridge Street, Newton
  • Bring a cell phone and laptop or tablet
  • Questions: suze4obama@gmail.com or 617-448-6281

MONDAY: Drop-in calling at the Carpenter's Union:

  • 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, 409 Lexington St, Auburndale (basement level)
  • Please bring a laptop/tablet and phone to make calls 
  • Questions contact Martina Jackson at djackson96@verizon.net

MONDAY: Nonantum GOTV Phone Bank - 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm

  • Home of Susan Davidoff, 24 Bridge Street, Newton
  • Bring a cell phone and laptop or tablet
  • Questions: suze4obama@gmail.com or 617-448-6281

ELECTION DAY (Nov. 8)

  • Campaign visibility from 7:00 to 9:00 am
    Organized by the Kennedy Campaign team
    Sign up: email contact@newtondems.org
    Locations throughout Newton
     
  • Make out of state GOTV calls from 10:00 am 'till polls close (8 pm or later)
    Home of City Councilor Vicki Danberg, 30 Chase Street, Newton Centre
    Please bring a laptop or tablet to make calls
    Questions email contact@newtondems.org
  • Nonantum GOTV Phone Bank - 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
    Home of Susan Davidoff, 24 Bridge Street, Newton
    Bring a cell phone and laptop or tablet
    Questions: suze4obama@gmail.com or 617-448-6281

  • Make GOTV calls to Nashua, NH and Londonderry, NH 10 am to 8 pm
    Carpenter's Union (Basement level), 409 Lexington Street, Auburndale
    Sign up: call Martina Jackson at 617-775-0754

Watch election results at Vicki's home once the polls close (30 Chase Street, after 8 pm)

Make phone calls from your home, from an office in Newton or the Hillary for MA HQ in Boston

  • Week day phone banks in Newton at the Carpenters Union building, 409 Lexington Street, Auburndale and that our schedule is 10-5 M,W.F and 10-3, T,Th.  The phone bank is listed on the campaign website so we've had a large number of volunteers.  Bring a laptop or iPad and join us. There are is free all-day parking in the Carpenters Union Local parking lot. For more information, please call Martina Jackson at: 1-617-775-0754.  
  • Volunteers can make critically-needed phone calls from their home on the Hillary campaign website or at Newton phone banks. Click here to make phone calls now directly through the Hillary Clinton campaign website. Follow the instructions to sign up and contact@newtondems.org for questions.
  • Nightly phone banks at the Massachusetts Democratic Party Headquarters, 11 Beacon Street, Suite #410, in Boston. If you'd like to join us to make calls to recruit even more volunteers contact either Isabel Vargas ivargas@victory2016.org 978-237-1086 or Jake Hasson jhasson@victory2016.org 617-653-2717
  • Please stay tuned to newtondems.org for details about where and when you can make phone calls to help the campaign at a Newton phone bank.

Donate

  • Please go to hillaryclinton.com and donate what you can to the campaign - all grassroots dollars are needed to combat the GOP superpacs!
  • Host a grassroots fundraising event - you don't need to raise millions to help out. Sign up here

Write a letter to the editor of the Newton TAB

  • It is always important to keep awareness and support strong here locally. Email your letter to newton.letters@wickedlocal.com

Join Grandmothers for a Brighter Future

Are you looking for a way to help elect Hilary and a Democratic Senate that doesn't involve the telephone or knocking on doors?  Grandmothers for a Brighter Future is run entirely by volunteer women of grandmotherly age.  They have a website: www.grandmothersforabrighterfuture.org on which you can sign up.

Here's what they will send you if you do:

  • a list of voters from one of five swing states in which there are also Senatorial elections: New Hampshire, Ohio, Nevada, North Carolina and Florida.  
  • a template of a card with a good, pithy message which you take to your local printer to print on canary yellow card stock, and
  • a set of instructions about adding a brief note and the name and address of the voters.