We need representatives that share our values — that’s why we’re talking to neighbors to make that happen. This summer, we’re rolling up our sleeves, knocking doors, and building community. Join us in Omaha, Lincoln and North Platte on July 15 for a Nation Day of Action.
The Nebraska Democratic Party is joining the DNC’s “Resistance Summer National Day of Action” to talk with voters about key issues facing families in rural and urban communities across our state.
Volunteers will go door to door to meet and talk with Nebraskans about the issues that are facing them as we get feedback from everyone to rebuild our party and keep Republicans accountable.Volunteers will be trained on how to do the #KnockEveryDoor program that we are piloting in our state to reach voters. The concept behind #KnockEveryDoor is to talk with voters across party lines–Democrats, Republicans, and Independents–to get their feedback and to start building relationships with voters.
“Often political campaigns talk to voters only a few weeks before the election,” said Chair Jane Kleeb. “The Nebraska Democratic Party wants to hear from Nebraskans on how we can earn their trust and participation in order to move our state forward on the critical issues of health care, water quality, public education, property rights, renewable energy and good paying jobs.”
FOR MEMBERS OF THE PRESS
WHO: Nebraska Democratic Party joining the national Democratic Party
WHAT: Resistance Summer National Day of Action, Democrats going door to door–across party lines– to talk about the issues facing people of each community and rebuild the party
WHEN: Saturday, July 15th
Omaha- Two shifts at 11am-2pm and 2pm-5pm
Lincoln- Two shifts at 11am-2pm and 2pm-5pm
North Platte- One shift at 10am-1pm
WHERE: Omaha, Lincoln and North Platte
Lincoln,Bethany Park, 1654 N Cotner Blvd.
Omaha,Bay Meadows Park, 5515 Bay Meadows Rd
North Platte,Wild Bill’s Wings & Bowling, 1100 S Jeffers St.
VISUAL: Nebraskans talking about important issues and rebuilding the party door to door in rural and urban neighborhoods.