Connecting with voters in meaningful ways takes a lot of hard work by many dedicated supporters. Here are a few ways that you can help:
- Organize a Meeting
If you’re a parent or guardian with kids in the school system, or a citizen with an interest in how your neighbourhood school fits into the broader community, I’m genuinely interested in hearing your concerns. Please send me an email and we can arrange a time and place to meet — it could be a coffee shop, a playground, or your kitchen table. The best way to reach me is at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Attend a Meeting
I’m planning on attending all candidates forums in September and October. I’ll also be announcing a series a informal meetings for parents and guardians, their kids, and other community members at playgrounds over the next few weeks. If you would like to attend one of these meetings, keep an eye on this page — I’ll update it with dates, times and places as the events are announced. If there’s a playground where you would like me to organize a public event, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Would you like to talk with voters on their doorsteps, organize events, or deliver campaign literature to your neighbours? Do you have other skills that you’d like to offer the campaign? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Election campaigns are expensive, but democracy is worth it. Connecting with voters comes with costs for printing signs and leaflets, maintaining a website, and running events.
The easiest way to contribute to the campaign is by sending an e-Transfer to email@example.com. Because Elections BC requires that certain information be recorded, after you send an e-Transfer, please send me an email to confirm your mailing address (and your residential address if it is different than the mailing address).
If you would like to write a cheque instead, it should be made out to “Vincent Gornall Election Campaign.” To arrange for delivery or pick up of the cheque, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.