The Coordinated Campaign for Dan Onorato and Joe Sestak (& the entire ticket)
Nancy & Dick Mills' Roselea Farm, 1474 Coraopolis Heights Road, Moon Township
Please RSVP to Chairman Richard Mills: 412-264-6595.
Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday (election day) - volunteer to participate on any or all days: 12:00-3:00-and 6:00. The campaign coordinators will have telephones and street lists. Some will be calling, others will be canvassing.
OFA (Organizing for America, former Obama campaign)
They are doing daily phone banking at all locations:
Lawrenceville: 5170 Butler St
Downtown: 213 Smithfield
E. Liberty: 5929 Broad St.
To volunteer for canvassing from the 30th through election day, you can call Josh at 412-879-0395 or e-mail him at
. For phone banking between now and the 30th, you can just show up at any of the HQs (especially if you're bringing your own cell phone). Banking runs from ~10 AM to 8 or 8:30 PM Monday-Saturday, and noon-8 Sunday. Joe Sestak (for US Senate)
Sq. Hill 2200 Murray Ave, Office of James Lange & Assoc, Corner of Phillips and Murray entrance is on Phillips St. Phonebanks on Mon, Tues, Thurs, from 6-8pm
Lawrenceville, 4326 Butler St. Pittsburgh, PA 15201 Phonebanks everyday starting at 9am
Door to Door Literature Drops: Lit drops take place every day. Sestak Campaign office address: 4326 Butler Street. To schedule a time contact Brian Cordova from the Sestak campaign at 412-533-1200
GOTV Weekend and Election Day - Many volunteers needed the last weekend of the campaign. To schedule a shift contact Brian Cordova at 412-533-1200
Dan Onorato (for Governor)
Sign up to volunteer here and a member of their field staff will contact you to sign you up for a shift.
Dan Connolly (PA-18)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-480-1777 for scheduling or more information. Dan Connolly for Congress HQ will be open every day from 9:00am to 9:00pm for anyone to come in to make phone calls or pick up lists of doors to canvass.
Dan DeMarco (PA Senate 40th District)
He's running against Jane Orie. To volunteer contact Christina email@example.com
Disability Voting Coalition of PA
The Disability Voting Coalition of PA, in cooperation with the Election Protection Program, has taken on the challenge of providing volunteers at the 7 UPMC hospitals in Allegheny County. Every Election Day hundreds of our friends and neighbors who expected to be voting at the polls – have an unexpected illness, accident or other medical emergency.
They’re looking for volunteers who can:
· Volunteer for part or all of Election Day from 8:30am to 8:00pm;
· Provide notary services (we’re certain we need a notary for Shadyside Hospital;
· Serve as a driver for our volunteer going to and from the Elections Department downtown (departing from each hospital around 4:00pm and 6:00pm.
If you can volunteer in some capacity, please contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 412-258-2132.
October 28, 2010
Volunteer Opportunities for Democrats
Posted by Maria
Time for the final push: