Phone Banking

We need your help in really kicking our campaign into gear! While door-knocking is on hold, there are a lot of activities that we can do remotely, starting with phone banks. The primary and general election is getting closer and closer; now is the time to roll up our sleeves and get to work!

All you need is an internet capable device (your home computer, laptop or tablet) and a phone. The first 15 minutes will be a quick training and then we’ll make our calls together, sharing laughs and support along the way. We will be contacting friendly Dems to build our team to get Denise elected!

Here are our upcoming phone banking events!

Please sign up for one (or more) events at the link below:

https://www.mobilize.us/voteforrest44/event/276520/

Tips:

1. If you sign up for one of our virtual events, be sure to check your email (and your spam folder) for your automated Mobilize confirmation email, which includes your Zoom link for most of our events.

2. If you are volunteering, take a photo and share it to social media! The campaign loves to retweet and share your volunteer photos. It also helps the community get to know Denise and recruit new volunteers.

My Vision for District 44

  • Education
    • The students of Michigan are being shortchanged by legislative malpractice in Lansing. I will fight for the restoration of a strong public school system and the proper funding of public education per the guidelines of the School Finance Research Collaborative study.

  • Clean Water
    • In the 44th, we have many parks, lakes, rivers and streams which draw people to our area. Clean water for drinking, recreation, and the surrounding wildlife is critical for overall safety and health of the residents of Michigan.

  • Economics
    • The repeal of Michigan’s Prevailing Wages on State Projects Law, Act 166 of 1965 has destabilized the job market. Creating jobs that pay livable wages in the 44th and all of Michigan is critical to securing the future.

  • Healthcare
    • The current healthcare system is broken, and insurance companies are not helping solve the problem. Michigan needs to provide access to affordable, accessible, and equitable healthcare for all.