Why would I want to volunteer?
Volunteering is at the heart of democracy. It provides a venue for getting
involved and in having more of a voice in the direction of Mountain
View. In order for that message to get out, we are counting on volunteers
to help spread the word. A successful campaign requires the talents
and work of a large number of people. There are many jobs to be done,
and many different ways you can help.
I've never worked on a campaign before, what are some of the jobs?
Precinct Walker: Walk your neighborhood with Matt Pear, or on his behalf,
distributing campaign information and talking to your neighbors about
the issues involved in this election.
Sign Tender: Work with the Sign Manager to post campaign signs around
the city and replace missing or damaged signs.
Booth Tender: Work a booth at the Art & Wine Festival or the Farmer's
Market, answering questions and handing out campaign information.
Envelope Stuffer: Help Matt Pear out with mailings, which will get the
word out to the community about the campaign.
Attend events around the city with Matt Pear or on
his behalf, in order to answer questions and hand out information.
Host a Neighborhood Event: Hold a neighborhood get-together in order
for your neighbors to meet Matt Pear and talk about the issues facing
That sounds great and all, but I'm not sure I have enough time to help
Life in Mountain View can be rewarding, fun, and time-consuming; however,
there are ways to help with the campaign on a tight schedule. Even if
you can only help out at one or two events, your presence will make
a difference. Or, if you just can't find the time, you can place a sign
in your yard or donate to Friends of Matt Pear and show your support
for the campaign.
Okay, you got me. Where do I sign up?
Just fill out the form below and we'll be in touch. With your help,
we will meet the challenges we face in the changing times ahead. A vote
for me is a vote for all of us!