Stewart Says Campaign Volunteers Have “Hart”
Campaign Headquarters now open on Hart Street
NEW BRITAIN, CONN. (September 6th, 2013) – Are you a Democrat? Republican? Independent?
Mayoral candidate Erin Stewart says it doesn’t matter how you are registered to vote, how old you are, or where you live.
Stewart says all that matters is if you want to see change take place in New Britain.
“For those who want change, we need your help,” Stewart said. “If you want a new mayor who will listen to you, look taxpayers in the eye and bring this city together, then we need you to help us make a positive difference. Come visit us.”
Stewart’s campaign is signing up volunteers from greater New Britain neighborhoods to help out at her campaign headquarters at 27 Hart Street.
“This campaign is about energy, passion and heart,” Stewart said. “We can unite to make our city a better place to live, work, and raise a family. I’m running for mayor because I love this city and want to bring about a better future for our children and grandchildren. We can accomplish that goal – together.”
Volunteers for Team Stewart usually help out between 5 and 8 p.m., but are free to put in as much time as they can. Supporters may also sign up to volunteer by visiting www.stewartfornb.com or contacting Stewart’s campaign manager Justin Dorsey at 860-416-4909 or at .
“This campaign is about you, New Britain,” Stewart said. “Team Stewart’s headquarters is a place where your help will be welcomed, accepted and appreciated. Your voice matters to me. We need you, your friends, and your neighbors to help us. Change is coming for all of New Britain soon, but we need you to please contact us today. Thank you in advance for your help at our 27 Hart Street headquarters!”