New Mexico Senate, District 35
Absentee ballot chase phone bank. Call Democratic voters to make sure they received/and or returned their absentee ballots
Open phone bank address: https://www.openvpb.com/vpb_bycode/0521A4C-872600
Votebuilder list code: 0521A4C-872600
Neomi postcards and yard signs are said to be on their way to the Sierra County Dem field office this week. We’ll let you know if and when they’re available.
New Mexico House, District 38
Good news in Karen Whitlock’s race. We just did our second poll and we have cut the lead in half. Neither candidate is above 50%! Please make every effort to help us put Karen over the top! Won’t it be great to wake up Nov 4 with a new Representative!
Karen’s team is still calling previously identified supporters to remind them about early and absentee voting. The link for calling is 15C984D-473102. If you haven’t made calls yet or need a refresher, please contact Rick at 505-920-0540 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in dropping lit on doors, also please call Rick, and of course don’t neglect your Personal Influence Network of friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors who may not have voted yet.
Thanks for all you are doing to make NM blue.
Rick Lass, Campaign Manager
Xochitl Torres Small
U.S. House of Representatives, NMCD2
We only have two weeks left, and we need to put in as much time as possible to get Xochi re-elected. RESPOND TO email@example.com with the times which you will join.
Here are the times for the final four days. On Saturday the 31st, Sunday the 1st, and Monday the 2nd, we have times from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM, 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM, and 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
On election day, we will have times from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM, and 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
Additionally, we will have the regularly scheduled 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM Monday-Thursday, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Friday, and from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM at two-hour intervals on Saturday and Sunday before that.
When you sign up to call this week, you can choose a list exclusively comprised of Sierra County voters. You’ll find a link to that list, called Sierra Make a Plan, at the bottom of this document.
Respond to firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can sign you up. Please sign up for as many times on as many of those days as you can because the final four days are crucial in getting Xochitl re-elected. Remember, democracy is not a spectator sport. We all must play our part.
Arash Abbas, Xoch field organizer for Sierra County, NM Democratic Party
We need to make sure that we are encouraging people to get out and vote for Xochitl NOW! There will be Weekends of Action every weekend until the election. We need to continue to push to ensure that we keep NM-02 blue and send Xochitl back to Washington, D.C.
Weekend of Action Sign-Up Links:
October 10th and 11th Weekend Phone Banks and Text Banks:
October 17th and 18th Weekend Phone Banks and Text Banks:
October 24th and 25th Weekend Phone Banks and Text Banks:
Get Out the Vote Phone Banks and Text Banks:
Thank you for your continued support of Xochitl.
Field Manager in NM-02 | Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
To phone bank with Team Xoch click here.
The bumper stickers—matching the Enough?/Vote Blue signs you’ve seen popping up around Sierra County—are here and free to anyone who wants one.
Pick yours up during business hours next week, Aug. 10-14, at Sierra County Democratic Party headquarters in the Sea Properties building at 108 Main Street in T or C.
We’ve printed 250 stickers, but they’ll go fast, so don’t delay in dropping by. The goal of this joint initiative of SCDP and Sierra County Indivisible is to make this message omnipresent, plastered on seemingly every vehicle that passes by. Call it Volley 2 in the local signage wars.
So, take a few to distribute to friends you’re sure will put them on their cars. If you can leave a buck or two or three to help defray the printing costs, that would be great.
Emily Hartshorn is the Field Organizer with the Democratic Party of New Mexico in the Second Congressional District who is working to organize Sierra County.
Here’s some information she sent to the Sierra County Democrats:
To phone bank with Team Xoch click here.
We have virtual phone banks almost every day of the week! Neighbors calling neighbors has been proven to be incredibly influential in elections, so we get together Monday through Thursday to virtually call other voters and tell them why we love Xoch. On Monday through Thursday, we have our phone bank training at 5PM, and on Sundays we have our training at 1PM. Head over to this link to sign up ASAP!
If you have already been to a phone bank training, just head over to this google doc to make calls anytime between 9AM and 9PM. Just find your county and organizer (me!) and make calls with that link.
If you have already attended a phone bank and loved it (how could you not love it?) and want to host a phone bank in your community, please let me know as soon as possible. The election is quickly approaching and we need your help reaching community members who might not otherwise know about all that Xoch has accomplished for Southern New Mexico. Community leaders are integral to getting Xoch reelected and we would love to set you up with all the necessary tools to create impactful change throughout our state.
Finally, please join our Facebook Group March Forward NM-02. There will be more to come soon on how we plan to use this as our Virtual Office. Please feel free to invite other volunteers to this group! We want this to be a productive and positive space, so please use your judgement when adding folks.
Contact info for Emily Hartshorn Field Manager in NM-02 | Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
COVID-19 Telephone Town Hall
Sunday, March 22
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM MT
Congresswoman Torres Small NM-02 will host a Telephone Town Hall with public health experts, state officials, small business and unemployment advisors on Sunday, March 22nd to update New Mexicans on the coronavirus pandemic. Torres Small will provide information on Congressional action to keep communities safe and healthy, and constituents will have the chance to ask experts questions.
To join the conversation, go to https://torressmall.house.gov/live and complete a form to be called back before the event starts. You can also listen in online at the above link. Please note that you must sign up a minimum of 1 hour before the event’s start time to be an active participant.