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Stand Up Blue Valley was formed when we realized that many of our neighbors aren’t aware of how important their votes are to our schools, and when they tried to vote, they had trouble finding information on local races that impact our schools. We need your help to spread the word about the importance of our votes in local elections.
Here's an opportunity to do something that will impact the community.
There are many ways to volunteer, from walking door to door to hosting fundraising events.
Let us know how you can help:
HELP US SPREAD THE WORD ON FACEBOOK
We’d like every voter in Blue Valley who uses facebook to “like” and “follow” our page. We’ll have updated posts on current legislative activities during the legislative session, we’ll remind voters of important upcoming dates, and we’ll let you know about candidates we endorse and those we do not. How can you help?
Invite your facebook friends who live in Kansas to like and follow our page.
Like, Share, and comment on our posts. When a post has more engagement, facebook shows the post to more people.
Check our facebook page regularly. Even if you’ve liked our page, you may not see every post. The more you engage with our page, the more facebook will put our posts in your feed.
REGISTER TO VOTE
The most important single thing you can do is register to vote and declare Republican affiliation. Get every eligible voter in your house registered. Use our link, "Voting Hub" to get started.
BECOME AN AMBASSADOR
For people who aren’t afraid to talk to others about the importance of our votes, and who want to be a resource for friends and neighbors, we have the Ambassador program. You’ll get materials to help you talk to people about Stand Up Blue Valley and voting. We’ll equip you with information to share with others and keep you in the loop on our plans and strategies. For more information about our Ambassador program, email us at email@example.com or message our Facebook page.
HELP A CANDIDATE
Stand Up Blue Valley will report on candidates - those we do endorse and those we do not. We have established a process to evaluate candidates and won’t endorse unless we think they are firmly pro-public education. Once we make an endorsement, we’ll publicize the candidate and many of them will need help. Contact candidates directly via their website or Facebook page to see what help they need. Donate money, donate time, help candidates walk neighborhoods, help share them on Facebook, put a sticker on your car.
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