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Dec/14

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Volunteer

Here are ways you can make a difference

To help elect Democrats and get our message out to the public, please e-mail us at info@dfl48.org.

DFL Senate District 48 Committees

If you have time to give, we have a number of committees up and working that would appreciate your help. Here are some:

  • Communications Team — we handle:
    • website content
    • letters to the editor
    • social media
    • e-mails to Democrats in our District
    • newspaper ads
    • television ads
    • flyers, postcards, etc., as needed
  • Outreach — this group handles reaching out to under-represented groups to engaged them in the political process
  • Fundraising — this group helps raise the funds we need to get our message out to the general population of our district
  • Events — this group develops events to help engage the people of our district, as well as raise funds

Nov/14

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Thank you volunteers!

DFLers –

Thank you so much for all of your hard work this election cycle. Our work began last year with the “Turn On the Off Year” program. This effort provided an opportunity for DFLers to step up and take a leadership role in engaging voters in the 2014 election.

This election cycle we had 33 offices across the state, the most effective get out the vote effort ever and armies of door knockers and callers.

We couldn’t have done all the work we did without you, our DFL volunteers and donors.

As we move forward I urge you to stay involved with your local DFL. In two years we’ll need to defend the DFL majority in the Minnesota Senate, retake the DFL majority in the Minnesota House and elect a Democratic president.

But after what I’ve seen this election year I know we can do it. I’ve never been more proud to be your DFL Chairman and I’ve never been so excited to see what our elected officials will accomplish for all Minnesotans.

Sincerely,
Ken Martin
Chairman, Minnesota DFL

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Come to the CD3 Coordinated Campaign office at 915 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN, to volunteer for our candidates. And, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from Lieutenant Governor candidate and Mark Dayton’s running mate Tina Smith.

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MN-DFL-BOothIt’s already July and the 2014 Minnesota State Fair is just around the corner – August 21 through Labor Day, September 1. Like all DFL activities, our State Fair booth needs spirited volunteers to make it great.

We’re celebrating the 70th Anniversary of our Party’s founding, so this will be a great year at the Fair.  There are many things that you can do to help out, including:

  • Greeting visitors
  • Talking about important issues and
  • Registering new voters.

The schedule at the DFL State Fair booth is divided into 3 four-hour blocks. We need volunteers who are willing to work for a full four-hour period. Times available to volunteer include:

  • 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

It’s a way to spread the word about our Party and our candidates while having fun and enjoying a day at the #1 State Fair in the USA! We’ll even give you a free ticket for each day you work in the DFL booth, when you attend volunteer training at 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 9.

To sign up, please visit DFL.org/statefair/ http://www.dfl.org/statefair or call Morgan Hinton at 651-251-6367.

We’ll see you at the Fair!

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