What is visiting voters?
Visiting voters is when a team of Greens volunteers go out in their neighbourhood to speak to voters on their doorstep 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 visiting voters, you are very welcome! Every session starts with a briefing and training, and you’ll be provided with a script and other resources. You have the option of going visiting with another volunteer, and at the end there is a team debrief to get your feedback.
Before you go visiting voters, 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.
Join us for another awesome visiting voters session for Yerrabi!
Visiting voters is a lot less scary than it sounds and you can be paired up with a buddy if you feel more comfortable.
We will be starting out at the Spoon Palace (AKA Tobias, Robyn and Josh's house) in Gungahlin where you will be fully briefed on how to go forth and engage with the local voters and have the all important meaningful conversations that will help us to win votes.
We'll be right in the centre of Gungahlin this time with the future light rail on the doorstep and the beautiful Yerrabi pond to stare across whistfully.
Team Yerrabi are a lovely bunch of people from all walks of life and we would love for you to join us for an afternoon of training, walking, talking and listening to voters. So RSVP now!
May 22, 2016 at 1pm - 4:30pm
Spoon Palace (look for the Green faces on the balcony)
105A Anthony Rolfe Ave
Gungahlin, ACT 2912
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