Paid Canvassers for Competitive Las Vegas Political Campaigns
Calling all Democrats – Asian American Pacific Islander Voter Advocacy Project is looking for paid canvassers for the upcoming election.
It’s the first time the AAPI community has been targeted on such a large scale. The organization is advocating for Hillary Clinton and Catherine Cortez Masto. The positions are $15/hour for both part-time (including evenings and weekends) and full-time positions, with an increase to $17/hour after 2 full work weeks.
The project is looking for passionate people who understand the importance of face-to-face conversations. You will be part of a highly qualified field program that will engage the Asian American and Pacific Islander community to ensure turnout.
For Our Future is a newly-formed Super PAC and 501(c)(4) that incorporates issue advocacy and a robust electoral program in key battleground states to mobilize working families on creating shared economic prosperity, building strong public schools, addressing climate change, and supporting racial justice. The organization will exist beyond this election with an eye towards building a diverse organization and coalition at the community level to work together and stay together over the course of time. Our model is to respect, empower, and include communities of color and organizations across the country who want to work with us on a shared agenda and shared electoral goals.
Detailed on daily reporting of numbers
Strong and passionate progressive
Access to a vehicle, able to provide driver’s license and insurance
Willingness to learn and be better than yesterday
Have a winning mentality
Ability to work long hours and in any climate
Pay: $15.00-$17.00 an hour with benefits
You will be:
Trained in persuasion and policy
Reporting daily numbers to Outreach Director
Trained in voter turnout and volunteer recruitment
Battle Ready to work on any Democratic campaign
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
References will be made available. To apply and for further information please contact Annie Sayo, Outreach Director 408-637-0547.
You will need a resume and three professional references (names, positions & phone numbers).