Each sign increases name recognition. Your neighbors read your signs for information and confirmation.
Have you put out your yard signs? Suggested placement for the larger signs in your community?
Statistics show that for every 14 voters reached by knocking on the doors, a campaign will gain at least one vote.
Have you talked to your neighbors about your candidate? Have you knocked doors in other neighborhoods or helped with a literature drop? Have you signed up to stand outside your precinct to hand out literature and answer questions from your neighbors?
Phone banking involves real people talking to real people. Any technology that allows a candidate to increase the number of touch points between voters is of benefit to the candidate.
Have you made phone calls from a phone bank at OCRP HQs, Mike Bishop HQs or through your own phone's app?
35 percent of people 18 to 29 years old say social media was the most helpful source of information on the 2016 presidential election. "It's become the go-to tool for politics"
Have you posted, tweeted, instagrammed, or used other social media to share news of your candidate?
All of these are VITAL to get your candidate elected. Don't wish you had done more later. Do all that you can now, while it will still make a difference.