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California Volunteers

Sister District South Bay

San Francisco Bay Area South Bay

About our team

We are a group of dedicated volunteers working to change the legislative landscape around the United States. We fundraise, phone bank, write postcards, and work tirelessly to elect our candidates who will make a difference.  We also participate in Sister District Action Network's research to determine best practices for increasing voter participation, and raise money for grassroots organizations in key states. Join us!

Four of our 2020 Sister District candidates now serve in their state legislatures: Nancy Guenst (PA HD152), Ann Johnson (TX HD134), Sara Rodriguez (WI AD13), and Ann Johnson Stewart (MN SD44). We're hoping that those who lost (Amanda White Eagle (WI AD92) and Lorenzo Sanchez (TX HD67)), will not fade away and continue accomplishing great things. 

This year, our tireless volunteers are supporting three Virginia state legislature candidates, Debra Gardner (HD27), Joshua Cole (HD28), and Elizabeth Guzman (HD31), whose election will help protect the fragile Democratic majority in the House of Delegates.

Help us make more calls into VA: adopt our phone bankers! For every $1 pledged, our volunteers will make 1 phone call to voters in support of our candidates. Pledge here: 

Do you want to help us run events, fundraise, or volunteer? Let us know!

See more at our website:

Upcoming Events

See the listing of our phone banks, postcarding, and fundraising events at

Our team in action


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