READY TO MAKE SOME GOOD TROUBLE? Drop in for an hour or for two to help an amazing group of environmental activist in their work to pass critical climate and environmental legislation. After a brief presentation and some instructions on the day’s civic actions, we’ll get cracking—writing emails to state legislators, making calls to the Governor’s office, sending postcards, general rousing of the rabble, and other forms of good trouble.
Even if you’ve never been an activist before, we’ll help you get started. Working with others to create change is profoundly inspiring and shows us what we can do as citizens. Plus. you’ll leave the day with lots of new friends who can about the things that matter to you.
What you need to join: A good attitude and a computer with wifi. All ages welcome!
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Mobilize Texas Environmental Voters
Join the Environmental Voter Project to mobilize 31,000 low propensity voters in San Antonio and Congressional District 6 in Texas ahead of their May 1st elections. We’ve identified each of these potential voters as highly likely to be a top-priority environmentalist, meaning that when they vote, climate change and the environment are likely to be their most important issues. This opportunity is perfect for both brand new and experienced phone bankers. The best way to make a new environmental voter in 2022 is to get them to start voting in 2021. Led by Shannon Seigal, Environmental Voter Project