Become a Spark The Vote Ambassador Today!

Do you have a passion for social justice issues and cannabis policy reform? 

Are you looking to make an impact in the upcoming election and still stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Then the Spark The Vote Ambassador Program is for you! 

The Spark The Vote ambassador program gives you a chance to gain valuable skills while volunteering to support a rapidly expanding non-profit organization. 

 

With the legalization of cannabis sweeping across our country, cannabis consumers are one of our nation's newest and least organized voting blocks

 

Numerous studies have shown that consumers are more willing to trust recommendations from someone they know over direct media advertising. Which means that as a cannabis consumer you hold the power to get people to the polls to make a difference. 

 

The Spark The Vote Ambassador Program gives you a chance to gain valuable skills while volunteering to support a rapidly expanding non-profit organization. 

 

What Do Ambassadors Do? 

 

Ambassadors are the backbone of the 2020 Spark the Vote campaign. By mobilizing their own social media network and contacts they help to ensure that everyone's voice is heard in the election process!

How Ambassadors help Spark the Vote: 

 

  • Promote the Spark the Vote campaign on social media

  • Voter Registration Drives - virtual and in person 

  • Print our voter registration QR code flyers and ask your local shop if they’ll post it

  • Attend GOTV training webinars

  • Attend virtual volunteer/voter meetups

  • Promote the Spark The Vote Resource Page

  • Reach out to your community members and recruit others to join the campaign

  • Engage in your local elections 

 

Ambassador Resources:

 

  • Ambassador toolkit 

  • Access to the Spark The Vote Ambassador Facebook group

  • Weekly messaging updates and postable content for social media

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