Help Us Re-Elect Russell to the State Senate

Join Us For Sign Waving!
There are about seven (7) precincts that we would love to place volunteers to sign wave (200  feet from site) for the peak hours that voters walk into their precincts

  • Keaau Elm School (District 3/Precinct 2)
  • Keaau Middle School (D3/P4)
  • Cooper Center (D3/P6)
  • Hawaiian Paradise Park (District 4/Precinct 1)
  • Keonepoko Elm School (D4/P2)
  • Pahoa Community Ctr (D4/P3)
  • Pahoa High School (D4/P4)

Phone Banking
Join Us on Wednesdays: 4:00 – 7:00 pm at campaign headquarters (HQ) – 15-3039 Pahoa Village Road, across from Pahoa High School. Bring your cell phone, charger and ear buds. We provide a script and hard cover phone lists and yummy snacks (nosh, grinds).
Canvassing
Join Us Saturdays and Sundays 3:00 to 6:00 pm
We would like to hit a few subdivisions provided we have enough volunteers
It’s best done in tandem or trio partnerships – a driver and two runners is ideal for communities that cover large areas
So, it’s best to call/text or email and tell me that you and a few friends that want to participate so I can provide materials and locations.

The Time to Get Involved IS NOW!

Absentee ballots have gone out, early walk in voting runs from August 1st to 11th, so may will have already cast their votes. Your kokua will help inform these early voters as well as those that make it to the polls on August 13th to re-elect the seated senator of Puna and Ka’u with experienced leadership,

RUSSELL RUDERMAN

Contact
Leilani Bronson-Crelly
tel:808-557-0907 cell/text
leilanibc@hotmail.com
Hawai’i Island

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