- Start Distribution: Saturday, October 2, 2021
- Finish Distribution By: Sunday, October 10, 2021
Questions: Text or call Dennis at 248-629-0852
- Walk lists are split between even and odd sides of the street. You can go up a street on one side and then come back down the other, or you and a partner can go up opposite sides of the road.
- The door hangers must never touch the mailbox. This is federal law.
- You can ignore no soliciting signs. Campaigns are exempt from "soliciting."
- If a sign says no handbills or politics, honor it and do not leave anything.
- If you are uncomfortable with a property, don’t go on it.
- If there is a For Sale sign, skip the house.
- If there is a screen door and you can leave the hanger on it, put it there.
- If there is no way to hang it on a screen door, open the screen door and hang it on the inside handle.
- If you can’t hang it on the door, place it under something like a doormat.
- You do not need to mark anything on the sheets.
- If you have a yellow campaign t-shirt, please to wear it. If you don't have one, wear the brightest yellow you own.
- I recommend going out in daylight hours to not scare people.
- Wear comfortable shoes, dress in layers, and bring water.
- Return any extras to me when you are done (2411 Earlmont).
Door Hanging Examples
Levered handles are the easiest to hang on.
Start with the hanger upside down for open-bottom handles.
You can sometimes get the hanger to stay on a thumb latch.
It's okay to open a screen door to put it on a door handle (but you don't have to if that makes you uncomfortable).
While you can't put it on a mailbox, you can use the newspaper hook under a mailbox.
Sometimes a screen door is locked and you can't hang anything from it. Use a doormat, or if necessary just leave it on the ground.