GET INVOLVED

Help David make a difference!

 

There are many ways to volunteer,

from collecting signatures to hosting fundraising events.

Here are ways you can help:

Let's get to work!

HOST A
HOUSE PARTY

House parties are gatherings of people - they can be friends, neighbors, people you know from work or anyone else you’ve chosen to invite ­ who come together to learn more about how they can help keep Judge Murphy for the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court. Anyone can act as host; all it takes is a little planning & organization, and an excitement to support Judge Murphy.

House parties are important because supporters like you talking to the people in your lives is the single most effective way to build Judge Murphy’s campaign. 


Your party doesn’t need to be complicated ­ the best ones are often the simplest!  Some friends, maybe some snacks, and signup sheets to collect everyone’s information are all you need for a successful event.

Please fill out the form in the "Become a Volunteer" section or email info@keepjudgemurphy.com for details on how to host your event!

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

There are many ways to help us keep Judge Murphy on the Bernalillo County Metropolitan bench. Please fill out the form below to become a volunteer!

  • Meeting voters door-to-door

  • Calling potential voters and donors

  • Collecting signatures to get Judge Murphy on the ballot

  • Posting up yard signs

  • Handing out campaign literature at public events

  • Getting out the vote on election day

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Contributions are not tax-deductible for Federal income tax purposes. Contributions to the Committee to Keep Judge David A. Murphy are subject to the prohibitions and limitations of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Federal Law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle. If you have any questions, please email treasurer@keepjudgemurphy.com.

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