Milwaukee has officially been selected as the host city for the 2020 Democratic National Convention, and now the city is asking for as many sets of hands they can get.
In a news conference announcing the DNC selection, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said they need 12,000 volunteers to help run the DNC from July 13-16 next year.
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On Milwaukee’s DNC 2020 website, there is a form people interested in volunteering can fill out. You will also need to send a resume and cover letter.