What are community calls?
A community call session is a team of Greens volunteers working together to ring voters and listen to what is important to them. It’s a great way to connect with voters and to hear what issues people care about.
If you’re new to community calls, you are very welcome! Every session starts with a briefing and training, and you’ll be provided with a script and other resources. There will be a debrief at the end to get your feedback.
Before you attend a community calls session, we encourage you to attend our Campaign Skills 101 trainings. This training is a workshop on the value of face-to-face conversations, learning how you can start talking with voters at events like this.
The ACT Greens have wonderful candidates for both the Federal and ACT elections later this year, but it will need all of our support for great electoral outcomes. Amongst the many ways of assisting our campaigns, there is strong evidence of the power of one-to-one conversations in persuading people to vote Green.
That’s why the Weston-Woden Greens will be conduct a series of "community calls" at the campaign Field HQ in Hobart Place. Each volunteer will be given a list of persons to phone and talk to about the coming elections, to learn of any issues that they may have, and perhaps recruit them to the campaign.
Please assist if you can. It will be an interesting experience and a valued contribution to electoral success.
March 22, 2016 at 5:30pm - 8pm
Field HQ, 3 Hobart Place