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Phonebank NOW!

Here are the top opportunities NOW members are taking to connect with voters across the state and country.

Phonebank with Us

It’s more fun to make calls together! Let’s motivate and inspire each other to make it across the finish line. Come together virtually with fellow NOW members to make calls to voters in battleground states. See below for upcoming sessions.

Call Voters in Battleground States

Sign-up to make calls to voters in battleground states, today. First time phonebanking? You can get trained for making calls and sending texts too.

Reclaim Our Vote

Join us and our allies at Reclaim Our Vote for group Zoom phonebanking, held every Tuesday night! Together, we’ll be reaching out to voters of color in key southern states.

Sign up for a session (including the Monday evening training for first timers) below.

NOW-PAC Endorsed Congressional Campaigns

NOW-PAC is proud to endorse these impressive female candidates running in tightly contested races in New York this cycle. Learn more about the candidates and sign up to call voters in their districts today.

  • Dana Balter (CD-24) is an educator and disability rights leader who ran in 2018 and won 47% of the vote. She has been endorsed by VP Joe Biden and Senator Gillibrand, and her race has been recognized by the DCCC as a top “red to blue” priority in the country.
  • Jackie Gordon (CD-2) is a combat veteran and public school educator whose run has been recognized by the DCCC as a top “red to blue” race in the country. As an open seat in which a Democratic challenger garnered over 46% of the vote in 2018, this is a top priority contest.
  • Nancy Goroff (CD-1) is a scientist and professor who won her primary as a first time
    candidate and is more ready than ever to challenge Republican Lee Zeldin on the East End of Long Island. She could become the first woman with a Ph.D. in science to be elected to Congress.

Postcards to Voters

Not a phone person? That’s okay. Join Vote Forward in writing letters to voters today.