In 2011, Arizonans proved that an electoral campaign could be driven by committed volunteers who when asked to take on significant responsibility stepped up to the challenge and helped to recall a sitting Senate President.
This year, the power of immigrants and working people can be built by talking to our neighbors, registering voters on buses and metro lines and by engaging in the day to day struggle to create change.
By choosing to create a volunteer driven, neighbor based, values-based network, you are choosing to fully mobilize the power of the people. It won’t be easy. But together, we will identify, recruit, train and deploy local leaders, leveraging our resources to create lasting power beyond Election Day. By investing time and resources in these volunteer leaders and their communities you will be building a power base that can not only carry an election – it can remain active to ensure that Election Day promises become real world change.