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Join Us Today as a Digital Activist!

Get all the FAQ’s about becoming a Digital Activist below.

Are there certain qualifications to become a Digital Activist?

Nope! Anyone can become a DTRO Digital Activist!

What does a Digital Activist do?

A Digital Activist is a member of the DTRO that follows, likes and shares our posts across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They also are trained to Register new voters and are encouraged to help grow the team of DTRO Digital Activists.

Does a Digital Activist get paid?

In short No, a Digital Activist is a volunteer position. It does however allow you the freedom and flexibility to be an active role in your communities politics on your schedule not to mention you get to meet alot of great new people in your community through short once a month meetings.

How much time do I have to devote?

As much or as little as you would like. This position is an amazing opportunity for growth so the more you put in the more you will get out.

I'm not really that great on social media, is there any training available?

Yes! The DTRO has an amazing technical training program and we will take the time to teach you the very basics right up to becoming a social media wizard!

Ready to start! Take the pledge below and we'll contact you to get started!

Become a DTRO Digital Activist

Pledge to be a DTRO Online Leader

As a member of the DTRO @ctivist Team, I pleadge to be on online leader for the DTRO. I will help support and grow the party by:


  1. Following the DTRO on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and share the DTRO’s content with my social networks.
  2. Register new voters.
  3. Help grow the team of DTRO Digital @ctivists

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Getting involved with the DTRO was easy, and took little time. It allowed me to vastly expand my knowledge of government and become a part of it. I hope you will join me today.

Jay Radke

The DTRO is an amazing place for young people who want to learn and engage with the community around them in new ways, both personally and politically.

Marc Collura