Update: Scott Brown: People on the Street

Update: from the TeaPartyPatriots:

Here are a number of ways you can help Scott Brown win:

If you have friends in Massachusetts, tell them how important this election is and ask them to get out to vote for Scott Brown on January 19th.

If you can afford a small donation, make one. If you can afford a larger donation, consider that. You can donate at the campaign website at http://www.brownforussenate.com/ .

If you can volunteer there are a number of options:

For most Rhode Islanders, the Scott Brown campaign office in Wrentham is closest. Please contact Jeff Trainor (202 680 8945  Jeff@brownforussenate.com ) to sign up for phone banking, door-to-door work and other tasks at their headquarters at 29 Franklin St., Wrentham, MA.

Rhode Islanders who live in its southeastern areas- particularly near route 24- may find the Scott Brown office in Middleborough closer. Please contact  Josh Daniels
(301 996 1534  Joshua@brownforussenate.com ) to sign up for phone banking, door-to-door work and other tasks at their headquarters at 9 Clayton Road, Middleborough, MA. The need for volunteers is greater at the Middleborough office than the Wrentham location given that the former is just now being put into operation.

If you would like to help with the phone bank work but would rather work from home, you can access the phone banking “engine” from the Scott Brown website as follows: Go to http://www.brownforussenate.com/ ; and from there, there is a rectangular “sign” in the bottom right part of the screen that cycles through three options.  One of them is “Call From Home” that gives you the link to sign up.  Once your information is accepted by the system, instructions for doing the calling from home will be emailed to you.

David Anderson (401 793 0421  dvapol@yahoo.com ) is the contact person for Rhode Islanders seeking additional information about how to help. If you need a ride to a Scott Brown campaign office, he may be able to arrange a car pool.

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January 15, 2010. Tags: , , , , , . Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture.

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