Here is an opportunity to do something that will
Impact The Community!
Help Mike make a difference
There are many ways to volunteer,
from walking door to door to hosting fundraising events.
Here are ways you can help:
Get People Registered to Vote
One obvious part of winning (or losing) an election is whether or not supporters actually make it out to the polls on the big day. According to the Voting and Registration Supplement of the U.S. Census Bureau's Current Population Survey, 61.4% of the population reported voting on election day in 2016, and that number is just slightly lower than the 61.8% of Americans who rocked the vote back in 2012. While those statistics aren't abysmal, imagine how much of an impact increasing those numbers would have on the results of the election and the political landscape in general. We can help make that happen by increasing voter registration prior to election day.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
If you want to feel like you're changing the political landscape by doing more than just voting, volunteer for a political campaign. Working for any kind of campaign—mayoral, congressional, presidential—is a way for anybody to directly help create governmental change.
Next, consider how much time you're willing to commit to this process.
It may not be financially reasonable for you to dedicate multiple hours every single week, but giving up a Saturday or two every few weeks could work. The more work you're able to do, the better the impact
Changing the world can be really expensive, and a lack of funding often presents a major problem for organizers and politicians trying to make a difference. If you're not sure that you're ready to actually be out there in the streets like that just yet, you can still make a real difference by providing financial support for the causes and campaigns that are near and dear to your heart.