From Oscar Silva <[email protected]>
Subject Work from home life
Date April 30, 2020 7:32 PM
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Sweatpants or real pants?

That's the first question we answer every day. Like most of you, we're all working from home right now, and we've had to change our strategy dramatically to meet this moment.

We've had to answer questions that we never dreamed of before this crisis. What does organizing look like in Texas when you can't knock on doors or set up a booth at a college fair? How are we going to register people to vote from inside of their homes?

It's an entirely new era and it requires entirely different resources, and that's why I'm reaching out today. If you're able to spare any money to help us continue this critical work during the pandemic, we'd really appreciate it:

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Our organizers who are so used to hosting events, knocking on doors, and registering voters at colleges, farmers markets, and local fairs are adjusting to this new normal, learning how to get people registered to vote from their own homes.

We know that times are strange and difficult for a lot of people right now, and we're not immune to that. We've had to cut budgets, cancel in-person fundraising events, and change our entire organizing strategy all while building up to the biggest election of our lifetimes.

But we can't give up. There's so much at stake for Texas in November, and the work of registering voters is even more important, even if it is a lot more challenging.

So right now, we have no choice but to rely on online donations more than ever before. That's why I'm writing to you today.

If you're able to, please consider making a donation to Battleground Texas today to help this team continue to shift gears and build an unprecedented digital organization program right here in Texas:

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Juntos podemos,


Oscar Silva
Executive Director
Battleground Texas


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