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Interested in working in a battleground state?


We're looking at a lot of pathways to win in November, but they all have one thing in common: They each require the best field operation in politics.

If you'd like to get in on the action where it counts the most, here's your chance.

This month, there's a Field Organizer Academy in Los Angeles. It's a two-week training program -- and those who complete it successfully will be evaluated for upcoming field organizer jobs in battleground states.

Are you interested? Submit your application here by April 15th.

The Academy will kick off with a full-day training on April 21st. For the two weeks that follow -- until Friday, May 4th -- you'll spend 20 hours a week learning the ropes of organizing by working to meet field goals, and finding out what the day-to-day life of an organizer is like.

The training will be hands-on and intensive. You'll be doing the actual work that a field organizer job will entail: organizing events, training volunteers, and talking with new folks about why they should take that first step and get involved.

You'll meet some incredible people, from volunteers to fellow organizers to the voters you'll talk with each day about what the President and Democrats are fighting for.

But here's the most important part: You could go to a key battleground state and join a team that's going to shape the outcome of this election.

If you're up for a move to where the action is, this Academy is for you.

So apply now to attend the Field Organizer Academy in Los Angeles starting on April 21st:

If you're selected, we'll follow up with the details.

Thanks, and good luck,

Mary Jane

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