How You Can Help Protect Maine Marriage Equality, from Your Phone

Maine

Rex Wockner paid a visit to the "No on 1"  headquarters yesterday, and the campaign is in dire need of phone volunteers. Anyone can do it, from anywhere. Rex writes that the campaign needs to make half a million calls this week to get out the vote.

You can sign up for a training and call shift here.

(photo: rex wockner)

Comments

  1. says

    We’re throwing a happy hour call party this Friday Oct 30 in Madison Square Park, 5:45-8pm. Anyone can join in! Just bring your cell phone and, preferably, some cheese fries from Shake Shack.

    Details are on Facebook:

    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=161244308620

    Or just meet us south of the fountain at 5:45pm in the park. Or scope us out on a blanket if you get there later.

  2. elg says

    So you guys decided to highlight the lone black phone volunteer to make up for the Larry Johnson debacle? How nice of you.

  3. pluto says

    WTF ELG?! Your comment doesn’t make any sense what so ever! Larry Johnson along with those who chose to make racist comments made a debacle out of themselves-not Towleroad or Maine equality volunteers. The LGBTQ community is made up of all races, and so are those who choose to hate! Focusing on race accomplishes nothing. Drop the B.S., get off your ass, and help the community work toward equality for ALL!!

  4. John in Boston says

    Pluto:

    Maine is 98% white. Maine’s diversity is ethnic not racial. It has a fairly large number of Somalian refugees re-settled in Lewiston, and Portland has a small black community but that’s about it. The north bordering Canada is all white. I have no problem with press release of a black volunteer, but understand it actually really isn’t reflective of Maine any more than it would be for an Hong Kong.