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Volunteers are the heart, soul, and lifeblood of any campaign, and the Re-Elect Congressman Kucinich campaign was blessed with hundreds and hundreds of dedicated, hard-working supporters who gave up their afternoons, evenings, and weekends to help secure a solid victory in the March primary.

The work isn’t glamorous: stuffing literature into door-hanger envelopes, handing out campaign materials, knocking on doors, making phone calls and answering phones, delivering lawn signs – but it’s absolutely crucial to winning an election.

Here are some photos of the work that went into the primary election campaign. Maybe you’ll recognize some of your friends, family members or co-workers.

There are always opportunities for more volunteers. Schedules are flexible so you can work around your other responsibilities, and the work itself can accommodate any special interests, talents, or circumstances.

If you’re interested, contact the campaign office at (216) 889-6000. Or, you can check the “Volunteers” page on the campaign.