Voter turnout is a community effort, and you want to be present locally so you can remind friends, neighbors, and family to get out and vote for your candidate. In the final days, you’ll set up Staging Locations in each precinct. The purpose is to expand your presence so there is a campaign location that is easily accessed by volunteers in every neighborhood. That way, you can deploy canvassers efficiently and monitor local polling locations without wasting precious time driving great distances.
In this guide, we’ll go over the different volunteer roles you need to recruit for each Staging Location. We will review how the reporting structure works for volunteers. And, we’ll cover how to find and set up a Staging Location.
This is a great tool to share with with volunteers and Staging Location leaders.