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California Volunteers

Sister District Sonoma County East

Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Cotati, Petaluma, Penngrove, Oakmont, Sonoma, Boyes Hot Springs, Eldridge, Glen Ellen, Kenwood, Sonoma, Napa

About our team

Sister District Sonoma East volunteers work with campaigns to help with fundraising, canvassing, writing postcards, textbanking, and phonebanking. 

Join Us! We're actively looking for volunteers to help organize phonebank parties and small-dollar fundraisers. And we love to have fun, too! Please shoot us an email if you're in the area and interested.

WE MADE A DIFFERENCE! Here's what we accomplished this year...

  • Phone Bank Calls Made: 7,569
  • Postcards Sent: 1,734
  • Funds Raised: $39,910.50 (direct donations $28K, matching $11K)

Upcoming Events

We are celebrating a tremendous year of hard work and successes. We are so proud to support Robyn Vining  for Wisconsin State Assembly 14. We also supported Brittney Rodas in Pennsylvania who put up a tremendous fight. Sonoma County East Chapter did an exceptional job phone banking, fundraising, and educating on behalf of these two exceptional women.

We are also so proud of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. It is wonderful to have the Democrats in the White House again. Thank you, all of you, for getting out the vote! We made a difference!



May 21st - Interview with WI Candidate Robyn Vining

May 7th - Interview with PA Candidate Brittney Rodas

April 16th - Special Guest Gaby Goldstein

June 27th - Brittney Rodas thanks for fundraising and outreach.

June 27th - Robyn Vining shares her thanks for our support.


Our team in action


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Small but Mighty: Fundraising from Vermont

Geoff and Di Show: Two members of the small but mighty Southern Vermont Sister District talking about why they got involved with some innovative fundraising projects.

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What to Expect When You’re Canvassing

Canvassing is not always so rewarding. Sometimes, you may knock on three or four doors in a row and get no answer. Each time there’s no answer, you leave a flyer at a house to remind the occupants to vote for your candidate, and you hope they will read it. Then it’s on to the next house, which you reach just as the person you want to talk to is driving away. Maybe she will roll down her car window to ask what you’re doing. You’ll tell her you’re there to ask for her support for your candidate. And maybe she’ll tell you, “No, we don’t vote.” (Even though her name is on your list of registered voters.)

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