PA Dems Voter Protection

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Join the PA Democratic Coordinated Campaign, All In PA, to protect the vote and make sure that every voter’s voice is heard this November!

Please check all of the ways that you want to volunteer with us! We are actively recruiting Early Vote Monitors, Election Day Poll Observers, Canvass Observers, Voter Assistance Hotline Operators, and Volunteer Recruiters.
Ready to get started? Sign up for a training, phone bank, or other upcoming events here.

Election Day Poll Observers

  • Poll Observers are the eyes and ears on the ground at polling places across the state on election day. They assist voters and ensure that every eligible voter can cast a ballot. We will train, assign, and support you to make sure that you are as effective as possible on Election Day. While being able to observe for the duration of election day is the goal, you can also sign up for a half day if necessary.

Early Vote Monitors

  • Volunteers assist voters outside Boards of Election and satellite locations during early voting, which runs approximately September 19 to November 1. You do not have to be a PA voter to be an Early Vote Monitor.
  • Early Vote Monitors engage with voters outside their place of voting to assess any issues that may have arisen and to provide guidance to voters if any is needed. Volunteers will be assigned based on the distance they are willing to travel. We will train and support volunteers throughout the process.

Canvass Observers

  • After the polls close on November 8,  volunteers help ensure that every vote is counted by monitoring the process of counting ballots (often called “canvassing ballots”). The schedule for when ballots are counted varies by county, but runs approximately for the two-week period following Election Day.

Volunteer Recruiters

  • We need to recruit thousands of volunteers to help us protect the vote this year. The best way for us to do that is by calling and texting potential volunteers to encourage them to get involved! This is a fantastic remote opportunity!

Voter Assistance Hotline

  • The Voter Assistance Hotline answers questions about voting and addresses issues reported by voters, in real time. Volunteers do not have to be a PA resident to help. Calls come to our hotline from voters in all 67 counties and we help all callers regardless of political affiliation. This is a great way to protect the vote remotely

If you have any questions, please contact us at Thank you so much for joining our team!