Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Democratic Party. Whether you are volunteering for the DGTDO or for local candidates, you are an important part of the electoral process.
We need to build our team with team leaders, canvassers, phone bankers, bag stuffers, and more. What can you do to ensure Democratic victories up and down the ballot?
Politics is not a spectator sport and it is essential that everyone contributes time and talent to the best of their abilities
Please get involved today!
Let us know how you would like to volunteer on campaigns using this form.
Let us know your interests and how you would like to volunteer with DGTDO using this form.
Hosting a house party is a great way to enhance our grassroots organizing efforts. It is a great way to get to know your Democratic neighbors and get them engaged with local candidates and issues.
Contact us at email@example.com and we will put you in touch with candidates who need your help.
Invite your friends and neighbors and provide light refreshments and beverages. You will enjoy a great evening and know that you have assisted in building a network of support for Democratic candidates.
Join volunteers from across Downers Grove and help empower new voters in your community! Some of the most important ways you can get involved are to register and engage voters, create and share important information, defend our voting rights, and take action on the issues that impact our lives.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or download our voter registration toolkit here.
Generally, letters are limited to 250 words. Make sure your subject line says “letter to the editor” when you email your letter. You could add an explanatory phrase (e.g., subject heading “letter to the editor on COD”). Editors get a lot of emails, so it’s wise to make your subject heading descriptive.
You MUST include your address and daytime phone with your letter. They won’t publish it without calling you first.
Contact the corporate media too!
Will you pledge to act? If not now, when?
White House: (202) 456-1111
Dept of Justice: (202) 353-1555
Congressional Switchboard for Both House and Senate: (202) 224-3121
Local offices if Washington office is busy:
Sen. Dick Durbin (D) (312) 353-4952
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D) (312) 886-3506
Rep. Sean Casten (D) 202-225-4561, 630-520-9450
Rep. Bill Foster (D) (630) 585-7672
Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia (D) (773) 475-0833
State of IL: JB Pritzker (D)
State Sen Suzy Glowiak (D)
(217) 782-8148, (630) 785-3177
State Sen Laura Ellman (D)
(630) 601-9961 (217) 782-8192
State Sen John Curran (R)
(630) 914-5733, (217) 782-9407
State Rep Jenn Ladisch Douglass (D)
(217) 782-1448, (630) 413-1080
State Rep Jim Durkin (R)
(217) 782-0494, (630) 325-2028
State Rep Anne Stava-Murray (D)
(217) 782-6578 , 630-605-0595
DuPage County Board Chair
Deb Conroy (D)
District 2 Board Member
Elizabeth Chaplin (D)
Paula Deacon Garcia (D)
Yeena Yoo (D)
District 3 Board Member
Lucy Chang Evans (D)
Brian Krajewski (R)
Kari Galassi (R)
DuPage County Forest Preserve President
Daniel Hebreard (D)
District 2 Commissioner
Tina Tyson-Dunn (D)
District 3 Commissioner
Linda Painter (R)