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Peter Tomala for State House
Our campaign is driven to challenge the status quo.
We challenge the status quo by not only pushing back against the one-party rule in our government but also through the idea of what a politician should be and who our candidates are. We believe residents should be able to shape what their community and state look like. This means politicians should be speaking for what their community wants, not what their personal views or opinions are.
We also have the youngest state in the nation and millennials make up the largest portion of the economy and voting population. Yet, we don't have a representative who is like us. As a young candidate, I'm working to change that.
Our campaign will use a common sense approach to stand up for working class families, reduced higher education costs, equal protections, and putting our future and people first.
Our race will be won or lost by only a couple hundred votes, so your involvement has a direct impact on our success.
Areas of Specialization
- Campaign Coordinator
- Field Organizer
- Social Media Marketer
- Voter Outreach
- Voter Registration
- Public Relations and Communications
- Social Media Marketing
- Issues Research
- Event Planning
- Various Other Special Projects
Qualifications of an Ideal applicant
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- High attention to detail