Compiled by Dominic Baez


Managing editor


Barack Obama

Ways to support the campaign and the Democratic party


On Campus:

The Democrats Club is just beginning its activities this year because of a late start but is still active in the elections.

Sophomore Jake Masin, president of the club, campaigns for voter registration every Friday and is involved with Get Out The Vote, a canvassing effort that also focuses on collecting voter information and trends. Also, four to five club members actively call voters at the Obama Headquarters in McMinnville.

Masin said registering to vote and staying on top of the elections are important parts of participating.

“Just make sure to be informed,” he said. “Some people didn’t even know the difference between Hillary and Obama at the end of the primaries.”


How to volunteer:

With little time remaining, grassroots effort will be a deciding factor, so sign up now to volunteer.

Campaign for Change McMinnville Office
448 NE 3rd St.

Campaign for Change office hours are:
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.


How to sign up:

Sign up on the Web site. You will be contacted as needs arise in your community.


What else you can do:

Join the social network or use the Neighbor to Neighbor tool to reach out to voters. Visit the Vote for Change Web site to make sure you and all your friends are registered to vote.


Events in Oregon:

Voter Registration at the GREEK FESTIVAL!
Oct. 3 at 10 a.m.

Washington County Phone Bank
Oct. 3 at noon

Sen. Obama Persuasion Phone Bank
Oct. 3 at noon


John McCain

Ways to support the campaign and the Republican party


On Campus: 

“I’m pretty happy with what we have,” senior Josh Planton, president of the Republicans Club, said. “We have a committed group of around 10. I am hoping to get more involved, though. We are trying to broaden our reach through community service.”

Planton said he suggests students contact their particular headquarters for more information on how to become involved in activities such as
creating signs and making phone calls.

“Do it with friends the first time,” Planton said. “This will help if you don’t feel comfortable doing it by yourself.”

The Republicans Club will staff a voting registration booth at Linfield Oct. 14. 

On Oct. 10, Republican candidates from Yamhill County will talk to students in Riley Student Center, room 201, at 7:30 p.m.


How to volunteer:

To aid in the campaign, help recruit undecided voters by directing them to the Web site for more information.


Portland Headquarters
15350 NE Sandy Blvd, Unit D
Portland, OR 97230

Contact field representative
Kelly Stevens at
or call 503-752-9321

Open Monday-Saturday
9 a.m. – 9 p.m.


How to sign up:

Sign up on the Web site for more information about how to get involved.


What else you can do:

 - Recruit friends

- Register to vote

- Spread the word

- Host an event

- Attend an event

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