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Vote for Jeff on March 3, 2020

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Volunteer

Volunteer to Make Real Change

If we don’t do it, the big donors keep winning.

Volunteers are the most important resource for the Burdick for Congress campaign. Unlike other campaigns, given the choice of $100,000 in donations or 100 volunteers, we choose 100 volunteers every day. No question.

That’s potentially 100 volunteers knocking on 100 doors each. That’s 100 house parties reaching multiples more. That’s 100 lawn signs and 100s of social media sites. That’s 100 more resisting the sell-off of their representation to rich donors, corporations and special interests.

So whether you wish to knock on doors, stuff envelopes, collect ballot signatures, host the candidate at a house party, create campaign videos, or plant a sign on your lawn (come December), we value your involvement. 


Just click on the link below to get started. This includes citizens who live outside the CA-7. We will not accept your donations, but we welcome your time and sweat on behalf of restoring our democracy.

How to Help Now:

Ballot Signature Drive: Sept. 12 - Nov. 6

To get on the ballot, a Congressional candidate can either pay money or collect 2,000 valid signatures from district voters. Burdick for Congress naturally would prefer to spend its money on other campaign activities. Plus the ballot signature drive is the best way to expand visibility for our campaign message.

The drive lasts from Sept. 12 to Nov. 6. To get involved, email volunteers@burdickforcongress.com. Here are some ways to help out in your area:

  • Collect signatures from friends, family and neighbors in the district.

  • Go door to door. (And we can provide you a list of likely voters in your area.)

  • Co-Host with Jeff a weekend coffee/meet-up with voters at one of your local parks. You both invite your contacts, and we all discuss the issues at stake in this primary. A great way to meet and inform other interested voters.

  • Host a house party. Jeff will be happy to attend, talk about the race and answer all questions.