September 25 In-Person Letter Writing At UUCP with Vote Forward and others: Join other UUCP friends and members in a Letter Writing Party after Service! The Good Trouble Team will supply letters and postcards, but please RSVP to email@example.com before September 23, so we know how many letters to order. We also have stamps available for anyone who wants to be involved, but needs help with the cost of postage. Just let us know when you RSVP. The more the merrier; bring a friend!
Thursday, September 22, 5:00-7:00pm AZT – Phone Banking with UUJAZ: Zoom event. Join Unitarian Universalist Justice Arizona (UUJAZ) and UU the Vote on Thursday, September 22, to make calls to Arizona voters about Proposition 209! No Arizona family should lose their home or car due to medical emergencies or accidents, or be trapped into unending debt by unfair interest rates on medical care. Prop 209 protects consumers from predatory debt collection by:
- Increasing the protected value of people’s primary home to better match Arizona’s median home value
- Increasing the allowed value of protected household goods and bank accounts
- Increasing the protected value of vehicles
- Limiting wage garnishment for debt to no more than 10% of disposable earnings
- Limiting the interest rate on medical debt to no more than 3%
Help protect Arizonans from losing their cars, homes and wages due to unfair medical debt! Sign up at UU the Vote Phone Bank to Arizona (everyaction.com)
Phone Banking, Texting, Canvassing with Climate Justice Voter: UU the Vote has partnered with the Environmental Voter Project. The Environmental Voter Project is a non-partisan, nonprofit organization focused on accurately identifying non-voting environmentalists and efficiently converting them into a critical mass of consistent voters. Learn more about this organization: What We Do | Environmental Voter Project. Find opportunities to amplify your 5th and 7th Principle values from phone banking, to canvassing, to sending postcards.
Texting and Phone Banking with the Center for Common Ground: The Center for Common Ground is a non-partisan voting rights organization led by people of color. Their mission is to educate and empower under-represented Black voters in voter suppression states to fully participate in democracy. Learn more and find ways to get involved by texting and phone banking on the Center for Common Ground website.
Election Protection Opportunities: The non-partisan Election Protection program makes sure eligible voters know how to cast their ballots and ensure they are counted. There are multiple ways to help voters on election day, and Election Protection will provide training. Learn more and sign up.
All activities aimed at getting out the vote for the November 2022 election can be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org or you may report directly on the UU the Vote AZ Report Form.
In case you missed it, please take a minute to read our September 2022 Good Trouble Newsletter.
Note: Let us know if you work with a non-partisan organization that needs help with any voter related activities, and we will get the word out! We still have room in the Good Trouble group; please reach out to us for additional information: email@example.com