Help our local San Diego candidates!

In national elections, you’re one of a vast army, but local elections are arenas where you, as an individual citizen, can make a big difference. Here are a few races where you’re needed:

Ammar Campa-Najjar for Congress, District 50 is holding daily phone banks, now through the end of Election Day. Sign up here:

Sign-up and more information

Or for more information on volunteering, contact Michaela:

Colin Parent, for re-election to La Mesa City Council:

Liz Lavertu can use your help in her race for Assembly, District 71:

Help Terra Lawson-Remer for Board of Supervisors, District 3

Phonebanking and car caravan volunteers opportunities available

Monday and Tuesday through 7 pm, "Telethon-style" phonebanking in two hour shifts, with new training at the top of each hour (RSVP). Contact:

Todd Gloria for San Diego Mayor: Phonebanking and walking shifts daily through Election Day. Contact Kohta Zaiser at to sign up.

Barbara Bry for San Diego Mayor: Barbara and her supporters are doing phone banking, canvassing, and at least one car caravan and Zoom strategy meeting through Election Day. Find out more.

Raul Campillo for San Diego City Council, District 7: Phonebank and textbank opportunities from now through Election Day

Phonebanks every day from 12 to 8 p.m. Please contact Dan Shook-Castillo at 619-952-3295.
Visibility on Monday, 11/2, and Tuesday, 11/3, in the mornings. Please contact Courtney Ransom at 858-382-7822.

Sara Jacobs for Congress is doing phone banking Monday and Tuesday. She’s running in the 53d district.

Learn more and sign up

Georgette Gomez, Sara’s opponent in the 53d, is doing canvassing and phone banking.

Learn more and sign up

Tim Nader is running for a San Diego County Superior Court Judgeship. “There has never been a more important time to have judges who will defend our Constitution and our rights,” says Tim, who served 18 years as a California Deputy Attorney General, and is a former Mayor of Chula Vista.

Tim’s campaign is doing sign waving and voter texting Monday and Tuesday, contact Winnie Xu to participate in texting and Tim himself for sign-waving,

And don’t miss our meeting Wednesday evening, where we have a stellar line-up of guests: Where do we go after the election?

Author: Mitch

Just another monkey with a phone.

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