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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. Join us!

Our 2020 Sister District candidates are Nancy Guenst (PA HD152), Ann Johnson (TX HD134), and Amanda White Eagle (WI AD92). Nancy is an Army veteran and the first female mayor of Hatboro, PA, and is one of 9 PA House seats needed to flip the chamber blue. Ann is a former chief human trafficking prosecutor, teacher and small business owner, and is one of 9 seats needed to break a Republican trifecta in Texas. Amanda is an enrolled member of the Ho-Chunk Nation who worked for its government for 15 years, and is one of 14 seats needed to flip State Assembly in Wisconsin. 

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

Upcoming Events

Buy at our Victory Garden Store to support Ann Johnson, our Sister District 2020 candidate for Texas State House of Representatives District 134. We have house plants, landscape plants & succulents, veggie starters, produce & herbs! See what we have!

Join our phone banking team, we're making 100s of calls for our candidates until the election. If you're new to calling voters, we'll teach you. RSVP here.

We are currently running several other events to benefit our candidates & Sister District Project.

Our team in action

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