Control of the U.S. Senate hangs in the balance -- and a Native American reservation in South Dakota could be critical to the outcome.
Polling locations in the largest Native American reservation in South Dakota opened LATE this morning, and now people are stuck waiting in extremely long lines. We need to let voters know that some polling locations in the Pine Ridge Reservation will be open until 8 PMMountain Time tonight to accommodate voters.
If we're going to help Rick Weiland -- an Elizabeth Warren Democrat running against a scandal-plagued Republican -- win in South Dakota and save the Senate, we need to call voters who live on the Pine Ridge Reservation and tell them about these extended hours ASAP! Will you please hop on the phone and talk to these voters NOW?
It's super-easy to use DFA Dialer. Our system makes the calls for you -- and you can do it from home, with just a phone and your computer, no matter where you live in the country.
Here is all the information you need to get started making calls to voters on the Pine Ridge Reservation and in surrounding areas:
STEP ONE: Listen to our DFA Dialer Training Call on your computer!
If you haven't made calls using the DFA Dialer before, and you need help logging in, here is an AUDIO RECORDING of the DFA Dialer Training Call that you can rewind and fast-forward! Click here to listen to it!
STEP TWO: Log in to HubDialer.com
CLICK THIS LINK TO LOG IN TO HUBDIALER.COM.STEP THREE: Use this DFA Dialer information to log in:Rick Weiland (South Dakota - Senate)
Campaign Login ID: 5037
Voters can be called until the polls close at 8pm Mountain Time (10pm Eastern Time)Once you log in to HubDialer, and before you start talking with voters, you can preview the Weiland campaign script we will be using to call Pine Ridge voters. If you need more specific information about Rick, check out these Weiland campaign talking points.
Thank you so much for making these calls for Rick Weiland NOW -- the work you'll be doing in the next few hours is CRITICAL to saving the Senate.
Annie Weinberg, Electoral Director
Democracy for America