Request a Lawn Sign
Personal endorsements are critical for an effective campaign! Lawn signs have been ordered and will be available soon!
If you can show your support by placing a lawn sign on your property, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (780) 914-9642
PLEASE NOTE: Lawn signs will be removed on October 19th, the day after the election.
Running a campaign takes the collective effort of a team of dedicated volunteers! There are several ways that you can help us get the word out in the community:
Pick up and deliver signs
'Community Conversations' (See Event Page for Full Schedule)
Set up and take down of promotional material, lawn games, kids crafts, etc.
Engage with community members who drop by!
If you would like to volunteer, please send an email to email@example.com or contact me at (780) 914-9642
Make a Donation
Effective campaigns are not possible without brochures, signs, stakes, digital marketing, and more. My campaign for town councilor will be funded through my personal contributions and the generosity of eligible donors. To be eligible to donate in a municipal election, you must:
Be a resident of Alberta
Donate as an individual (not a business, political action committee, union group, etc.)
If you are able to support my campaign financially, please send an e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me to make alternate arrangements.
In the spirit of transparency, my donor list will be made public prior to election day.
PLEASE NOTE: Donations to a municipal election are not tax-receiptable.
Spread the Word
Although there is no substitute for in-person interactions, social media has changed the way we communicate! From the perspective of an election campaign, it provides visibility for myself as a candidate and allows our team to engage with the community in a meaningful way.
You can find campaign information on Facebook and Instagram. Please Like and Follow our campaign accounts and share our pages and posts with your social circles!
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