Here is an opportunity to do something that will
Impact The Gambia!
Help UDP make a difference
There are many ways to volunteer,
from walking door to door to hosting fundraising events.
Here are ways you can help:
# Give money and raise money
To earn votes, campaigns have to connect with voters. Those connections are phone calls, emails, handshakes at events, articles in the newspaper, eyeballs on signs, etc., and even with a tremendous volunteer base, campaigns need to spend money to make these things happen. If you can’t write a big check, consider making a monthly gift of a smaller amount to help with cash flow. And, consider bundling. If you get ten friends to each give $10 a month for 12 months, and the campaign finds ten other people to do that, it adds up.
# Collect & donate office supplies
Every campaign needs printer/copier paper, clipboards, pens, highlighters, dry erase boards and markers, and ink cartridges for printers.
Make a donation and make a difference . Gambia is in a state of Emergency. The Jammeh goverment drove this country to hell, We therefore urge you to be part of this historic election . Do something you can be proud of and tell your kids or grand kids that you are part of those who make the freedom and justice possible . This is a national obligation ever citizen should under take
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
.# Get busy on the internet
There’s a famous campaign saying you should know: signs don’t vote. Aside from being obviously true, inasmuch as signs lack opposable thumbs or rights under the constitution—so far, that is—it means that you should never assume that the quantity of signs you see equals the number of votes a candidate will get.
Internet comments don’t vote, either, nor do Facebook posts, tweets, or even hilarious .gifs. Still, all of those things play a role.
# Drive voters to the polls
Campaigns can usually connect you to the places where drivers are needed. This is incredibly helpful for people who otherwise would face transportation hurdles (long bus rides, no public transport that runs between residence & polling site, mobility issues) that might make them skip voting.