Eagle County Democrats is 100% led and run by volunteers, and this year we had an amazing team who took time to learn more skills in the face of needing to move our efforts 100% virtual in the face of COVID. Volunteers like you wrote over 10,000 postcards, made thousands of phone calls, and sent tens of thousands of texts to Get Out the Vote this year!
The most effective outreach to voters is at the local grassroots level, so we appreciate your interest in volunteering.
The Election may be over, but there is always work to be done and we’ll be in need of volunteers to help with local initiatives soon. If you’d like to be kept up to date about future volunteer opportunities, please complete our form below.
Statewide Volunteer Opportunities
Letter to the Editor Program
Colorado is home to over 100 newspapers across the state in our 64 counties, and Letters to the Editor are one of the best ways to communicate to voters! By being a part of the Colorado Democratic Party’s Letter to the Editor campaign you can help hold Republicans like Lauren Boebert, Ken Buck, Patrick Neville, and others accountable in the local press. We need people to draft letters and/or sign your name to existing letters to submit to our local paper, The Vail Daily.
Rapid Response Team
“Owning the message” is a big step in winning campaigns, and one of the ways we can own the message in 2021-2022 is through rapid response. Whether you want to show up to protest, share content on social media and help it go viral, call elected officials, or testify at the Colorado State Capitol, this is how you can lift up all the good work Colorado Dems have delivered on, and how you can help defeat Republicans!
EAGLE COUNTY DEMS VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
Supporting local candidate races and meeting our legislatures
Listening to candidates at local meet and greets
Making sure all voters are registered
Making our voices heard
Educating voters on critical issues
Making sure its easy for all citizens to register to vote
Campaigning for Democratic candidates
Being involved in our community
Making thousands of phone calls
Helping out local organizations and non-profits like Habitat for Humanity
Writing letters to the Editors of the Vail Daily
Marching for Reproductive Rights
Discussing important issues while supporting small, local businesses
Recruiting voters at the Basalt Farmers Market