LANSING – Roberta McCall shifted her weight from foot to foot and slapped her mittens together in the 39-degree weather.
Wednesday, she and Jo Pamment worked a two-hour shift outside the Ingham County Human Services building on South Cedar Street. The pair called out to visitors and county employees on their lunch hour to stop and sign a petition to end gerrymandering.
They are part of a small army of 3,500 trained volunteers with the campaign Voters Not Politicians. The group wants to place a state constitutional amendment on the 2018 ballot.
McCall, who is blind, is one of the campaign’s top signature gatherers. She often teams with Pamment, her friend and next door neighbor in East Lansing.
“She and I have kind of figured out a process. I can do pretty much everything but catch people’s eye and draw them in so we can talk to them,” McCall said.
McCall’s guide dog, a standard poodle named Caliber, quietly laid …