Make calls, knock on doors,
drive canvassers, deliver snacks…
Here’s how to plug in to the GOTV operations of UP-endorsed candidates with contested races.
Join a candidate’s GOTV efforts
Laura Hartmann: District 4 — Town of Ulster & Town of Kingston
Like so many others, Laura was inspired to get active post- November 2016, learning the political landscape from the ground up and bringing authenticity and passion to the rebuilding of our democracy.
TO VOLUNTEER FOR LAURA, contact Mike Kelly at 518-929-3546 or by email.
Jennifer Schwartz-Berky: District 7 — City of Kingston, incumbent
As a legislator, Jennifer has worked for job-creation, affordable medical care, and social and racial equity. She is deeply committed to her constituents, who include residents of public housing, the elderly, and immigrants.
TO VOLUNTEER FOR JENNIFER, send her an email and put “GOTV” in the subject line.
Glenn Geher: District 12 – Town of Plattekill
A professor at SUNY-New Paltz and founding member of Move Forward New York, Glenn will work for family friendly solutions to immigration issues and sustainable economic development in Plattekill and all of Ulster County.
TO VOLUNTEER FOR GLENN, send him a message via Facebook..
Andrew Zink: District 14 – Town of Shawangunk & Town of Wawarsing
Andrew represents the new generation of emerging political activists. He combines a commitment to economic development in southern Ulster County with a passion to protect the health and beauty of our mountainous region. He is also the only candidate in Ulster County to be endorsed by Our Revolution.
TO VOLUNTEER FOR ANDREW, contact his canvassing team by email.
Julius Collins: District 15 – Town of Wawarsing & City of Ellenville
Julius serves as a pastor in Ellenville, runs a soup kitchen, chairs the board of the local hospital, and has long been an effective advocate for the most marginalized and vulnerable in his community. Although Julius’ has an opponent, his numbers are looking great after his decisive win in the primary. In the last few weeks he’s been out there helping Andrew Zink, running in the nearby district. UP volunteers can do the same!
Doug Adams: District 18 – Town of Hurley & Town of Marbletown
As a member of the Marbletown Town Board since 2009 and a strong advocate for the environment, Doug was a leader in banning hydraulic fracking in Marbletown.
TO VOLUNTEER FOR DOUG, send him an email.
Kathy Nolan: District 22 – Towns of Denning, Hardenburgh, Olive & Shandaken
Kathy is a physician, public health activist, and staunch advocate for grassroots citizens. As a strong and articulate environmentalist, she was a leader in the Coalition Against the Pilgrim Pipeline.
TO VOLUNTEER FOR KATHY, send her an email or call 845-688-9702 or send a Facebook message to Friends of Kathy Nolan.
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