|PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES AND CAUCUSES||DATE|
|Iowa Caucuses||Tuesday, January 3|
|New Hampshire Primary||Tuesday, January 10|
|South Carolina Primary||Saturday, January 21|
|Florida Primary||Tuesday, January 31|
|Nevada Precinct Caucuses||Saturday, February 4|
|Maine Municipal Caucuses (non-binding straw poll)||Saturday, Februrary 4 - 11|
|Colorado Precinct Caucuses||Tuesday, February 7|
|Minnesota Precinct Caucuses (non-binding straw poll)||Tuesday, Februrary 7|
|Arizona Primary||Tuesday, February 28|
|Michigan Primary (tentative date)||Tuesday, February 28|
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With the Presidential election season underway, candidates on both sides of the aisle are launching their campaign teams and embarking on what promises to be an exciting, and at times agonizing, campaign trail.
As the leaders of tomorrow, you – the student – have the opportunity to take part in history. You have the chance to see first-hand how elections are won and lost. You have the chance to look into the machinery of a well-oiled campaign team.
Whether you’re left, right or straight down the middle. Whether you’re a Democrat, Republican or Tea Party Member. This is your chance to get involved as a campaign volunteer.
Please click on the 2012 icon for information on campaign teams for various candidates as well as State Party headquarters in several key states. Find out how you can get involved!
While each campaign will have a specific need, some examples of volunteer work include:
Some additional activities that can be organized on your own time include:
If you are interested in serving as a NIACampus STUDENT REPORTER, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202-386-6325). As the campaign events are under way, we want YOU to:
GO – to the campaign event of your choice.
SEE – what’s being said and done at the event, both by the candidate and those in attendance.
REPORT – on what you experienced at the event. Your article will appear in a NIACampus e-blast for others to benefit from your experience. This is your chance to flex your journalism skills and serve as a NIACampus student reporter.
All GO-SEE-REPORT articles must be pre-approved by the NIACampus staff. This will allow us to: