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Create An Event - "Call Your Ossoff!" House Party :

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Host Guidelines - "Call Your Ossoff!" House Party

Host a "Call your Ossoff!": House Party and help us flip the 6th!

On the next screen, create your event (Name / Location / Time). You can host whenever it is convenient for you, from June 7th through June 20th between 9am EDT - 9pm EDT, but we'd recommend the following dates and times for optimal calling:

- Weekdays from 5pm - 9pm EDT
- Saturdays from 4pm - 8pm EDT
- Sundays from 5pm - 9pm EDT

A few things to know:

- You will need strong internet access at your location so that volunteers can all use the online call tool at the same time.

- Since party attendees will be making calls at the same time, we recommend limiting the number of RSVPs to your event to 25. This will make it easier for you to help volunteers who have questions as they are making calls and reduce the risk of internet capacity issues. You can set an RSVP limit at the very bottom of the event creation page.

- Once you’ve posted your event, anyone searching our site will be able to see the address and email you entered. This is critical to organizing, but we wanted to make sure you were aware. You can choose to make your event private in the box at the very bottom of the page, but that will mean that other volunteers will not be able to search for your event.

- If you're a new Action Network user, you will need to confirm your account via email before your event can be saved and published.

- If you want to be notified when people RSVP for you event, be sure to check the box at the bottom of the page.

- If you have other questions about setting up your event, contact us at host@swingleft.org

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