📈 New one-day record: 29,225 voter contacts!

“I just phonebanked with Bend the Arc and it was so excellent. Rebecca led an exquisite training and session.”
– Victoria


“It was the most optimistic 1.5 hours I've had in months! Thanks for organizing me!” – Tamar


I could not be prouder of Bend the Arc right now. Supporters from across the country are filling up phone and textbanking shifts, talking to Jewish voters about defeating Trump.

In just one shift this week, volunteers contacted 29,225 voters! Can you help us hit our next one-day record? Make an impact and feel like you contributed to this critical election by joining us this coming week.

Sign up for a Vote Out Fear phone or text bank


☎️ Phonebank: Monday, Sept 14 at 5:30pm ET / 2:30pm PT


📱 Textbank: Wednesday, Sept 16 at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT

You’ll find more dates on the calendar here.

In a “normal” election year, you could join Bend the Arc to knock doors and talk face-to-face to your neighbors. But canvassing isn’t safe right now during a global pandemic and climate crisis.

You probably won’t be surprised that the Trump campaign is canvassing anyway. Democrats had to put out an ad in Iowa, warning voters about answering the door for Trump canvassers — saying, "The Trump campaign is spreading more than just campaign pamphlets."

Trump’s disregard for our lives was driven home this week when investigative journalist Bob Woodward's book revealed that Trump deliberately downplayed and misinformed our country about the COVID crisis. Months of mishandling later, nearly 200,000 Americans are dead, and Trump is attacking our movements to spread fear and division. We won’t let him and his enablers get away with it.

By talking on the phone with Jewish voters in key swing states, we can help them vote safely, remove white nationalists like Trump from office, and build a country for all of us.

Sign up for a shift with incredible Bend the Arc volunteers from across the country. Phonebank on Monday, September 14, or textbank on Tuesday, September 16.

In solidarity,

The Bend the Arc team