Marc Stier

Democrat for State Representative

Working Together to Build Strong Communities

Volunteering for the Campaign

From here, I will be making as many appearances before groups of people as I can and will also try to visit every single household at least once. I cannot win this election without your help. If you believe in the ideals expressed on this website, here is what you can do to help:

  • The most important task right now is making phone calls. We have lists of people who need to contacted. You can come by and do this at our office. Or you can do it at home. Let us know by phone or email at and we will send you some instructions and a list of names and phone numbers.

  • We are also busy creating our field organization for Election Day. If you can give us a few hours, or the whole day, on April 27th, let us know as soon as possible.

  • Go Door to Door with Me: I am campaigning door to door throughout the district every day from now until Election Day. I am usually out from 4 pm to 6:30 pm Mondays to Fridays and from 10:30 to 6:30 on Saturday. It helps to have two to three people with me—two to knock on doors and distribute literature and one to keep track of which houses I should stop at and who I have met. If you can join us for even one two-hour period, please let me know.

  • House Parties: My schedule still has far too many spots open for evening house parties. Can you invite ten or more friends over to meet me and hear about the campaign? The campaign can provide some snacks. Fundraising is a welcome addition, but not a necessary part of these events. 

  • Join our Virtual Political Machine / Two for One Offer: As a long time community activist, I know that political volunteerism is more difficult today than it has ever been. (For some of my work on why this is so, and what can be done about it, click here.) To make it easier for those of you who have only limited or unusual times to volunteer I have devised what we are calling our virtual political machine. If we can find 100 or so people to take responsibility for bringing to the polls just ten to fifteen households in the district thereby increasing turnout, we will win this election. All you have to do is contact each household three to four times between now and Election Day. You don't have to leave home: you can write letters, make phone calls, or send emails. We can give you a list of households or you can create your own list.

    This is an absolutely critical activity. And you don't even have to live in the district to join our political machine. Please volunteer for this effort.

  • Lawns signs will be ready in about two weeks. You can put up a lawn sign at your house or help put up campaign posters. Email or call me if you want to put up a lawn sign.

  • You can distribute literature.

  • You can work at the polls on Election Day.

If you would like to volunteer, please email me at or call at (267) 304-5276. Give me your address and phone number and let me know how you would like to help.

And, of course, you can contribute money to my campaign. This will be mostly a shoe leather campaign. But, a serious campaign is not possible without a substantial amount of money. I would prefer to raise most of it from you, not from political action committees. So, please, give what you can to this effort.