Current Phonebanking Opportunities
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Join A Virtual Phonebanking Event
Join Sister District MA-RI Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Sign up to join on the SDP MA-RI Mobilize page.
Each virtual phonebank over Zoom includes training for new phonebankers (returning callers can jump right in). We share successes and address questions throughout and veteran phonebank leaders will help you get comfortable, increase your effectiveness, and make sure you have a great experience. You can stay muted and connected the whole time, or disconnect and join us when we break. Come one, come all!
What You Need To Make Calls
To Begin, Get to Know our Candidates:
Dan Williams has represented his neighbors in the 74th District since 2018. A resident of Chester County for over three decades, he attributes his hard-fought victory to a commitment to his community, where he is a Senior Pastor at the Christ Fellowship Church in Coatesville, and cares for his family as a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. As a former UPS supervisor and Teamster, Dan knows the important role of unions to ensure a living wage, access to affordable healthcare, and proper protections on the job. Dan delivers for his community, and has supported over 300 bills to improve lives in real ways, fighting to raise the minimum wage, protect workers, and fund public schools. He also treats neighbors like family and works tirelessly to serve those he represents.
Johanny Cepeda-Freytiz (joe-HAH-nee suh-PAY-duh FRAY-tis) found a calling in connecting with others, obtaining a Master of Science in Education degree from Long Island University and becoming a bilingual Guidance Counselor before moving to Reading in 2007. She sees great potential for the City of Reading, PA and is an active community member, engaging herself and her restaurant - Mi Casa Su Casa Café - to promote the diverse culture, history, and art of the city. She serves as City Councilwoman, on the board of directors of the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance, the board of Centro Hispano Daniel Torres, and on the Reading Muhlenberg CTC Occupational Advisory Committee. Her motto is “Querer Es Poder” (when there is a will, there is a way), and everything you do, do with Love!