GREEP GOTV Group Contacts – 2022

• 1 Vote Counts
committed to Inspiring, Empowering, Educating and Engaging our youth, as well as, returning citizens, uninformed, disenfranchised communities on the significance and role of all citizens in the electoral process.
• 1000 Women Strong
(Contact at bottom of main page)
We are a national constituency that provides resources, recruits, trains, mobilizes, and organizes at the intersection of issues that impact Black Women and our extended communities.
• 18by Vote
non-partisan youth-led organization that helps 16, 17, and 18-year-olds understand how, when, and why to vote.. Entirely youth-led, we envision an America where every young person has equitable access to civic participation.
• 1Hood Media
• 215 People’s Alliance – PA
through immediate calls to action, community education, solidarity sharing, and long-term individual and community capacity-building. We are parents and neighbors, teachers and students, union members and block captains, cab drivers and cashiers working to unite a broad sector of Philadelphians at the ballot box and in the streets.
• AAF – American Advertising Federation
Our nationwide grassroots network of corporate partners and advertising professionals are ready and able to engage with lawmakers on behalf of the advertising industry on tax, privacy, First Amendment and other issues of concern
• AAIF (American Arab Institute Foundation)
to ensure the voting rights of all are protected by providing critical information to community members on federal legislation to secure voting rights and combat voter suppression, operating a bilingual Arabic/English election protection hotline
• ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services) – MI
(313) 842-7010
serving the community for 50 years. Founded by a group of dedicated volunteers in 1971 out of a storefront in Dearborn’s impoverished south end, ACCESS was created to assist the Arab immigrant population adapt to life in the United States
Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy and the fundamental right upon which all our civil liberties rest. The ACLU works to protect and expand Americansʼ freedom to vote.
• Acronym
helped elect progressive candidates across the country with new tech and digital-first strategies to register and turn out voters.
Harry Waisbren, Co-Founder and CEO, <@harrywaisbren>
​​We’re a progressive media company specializing in livestreaming and digital strategy
• Action For The Climate Emergency
converted 110,000 new registrants through layered modes of contact that included: digital ads, mail, SMS, email, phones and influencer marketing
• Action NC 704-625-4050
popular education, grassroots organizing and mobilization, leadership development, and increased voter participation. .grassroots political power by increasing the number of registered voters in minority and low-wealth communities and increasing the number of these voters who participate
• Action Network -DC Vote – Action Network) – same contact
to empower progressive activism through organizing, mobilization, and digital strategies.. DC Vote fights for full and equal representation for DC residents
• Activate America
provide postcarding, phone banking, texting,canvassing and Instagram direct messenger, programs to reach voters and help us hold seats we narrowly won and flip seats we narrowly lost.
• Advancement Project (info) (donations)
forefront of battles to restore voting rights to populations who were overly criminalized and remove barriers to the ballot before Election Day
• Advocacy and Communications Solutions
Lori McClung- Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder 1-877-372-0166, ext. 1
national communication, advocacy, and strategy development consulting firm that helps nonprofits, for profits, government agencies, and philanthropic organizations successfully share their messages about target issues
• AFT (American Federation of Teachers)
community engagement, organizing, collective bargaining and political activism, and especially through the work our members do
• Akonadi Foundation (Oakland, CA)
led by people of color who are invested in power-building, organizing, litigation, cultural expression, and strategic narrative change efforts to achieve racial justice. support the development of powerful social change movements to eliminate structural racism.
advances the public interest by providing individuals with the opportunity and the information to participate equally in and be treated equally by our economic, social and political systems.
• Alianza For Progress- FL
(407) 674-6123
advances the power of Puerto Ricans and Latinxs by creating winning campaigns that amplify community voices and advance progressive causes.. online petitions to on-the-ground mobilization strategies, to social and traditional media ads, we pride ourselves in being a hub for activation and organization
• Align (NYC)
alliance of labor and community organizations united for a just and sustainable New York.
• All In To Vote
(202) 908-5226
Student Voter Engagement- Ensure you have the latest information on the upcoming election while helping your school climb the rankings of the most-engaged student population.
• All In Together Press:
non-profit organization with the stated mission to equip voting-age American women with nonpartisan civic education.
• All On The Line
We’re on a mission to end gerrymandering because it contributes to the polarization and dysfunction in our political system. It’s time to end map manipulation and finally have fair districts. We deserve accountable, responsive elected leaders
• All Voting Is Local
(202) 830-3410
to dismantle barriers to the ballot well before the next election, so that every voter can cast a ballot that counts
• Alliance for Retired Americans
highly engaged and active, holding hundreds of meetings, membership conventions, news conferences, lobbying visits, and actions each year to advance the goal of a more secure retirement for all
• Alliance For Youth Action
From the streets, to hearing rooms, to the ballot box, we join together to prove our power… connects voter engagement with collective advocacy and action to form a full circuit of civic strength.
• America Counts –
As lawyers, we are well equipped to educate. That is why it is important to know your state’s voting laws. Find out your state’s registration process and deadlines and the particular challenges your state’s voters encounter
• American Constitution Society
(202) 393-6181
to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to vote and have that vote count.. 100+ local, state and national partners.. wide range of tools and activities to protect, advance and defend the right to vote.. comprehensive information and assistance at all stages of voting – from registration, to absentee and early voting, to casting a vote at the polls, to overcoming obstacles to their participation.
• American Democracy Project
Cathy Copeland
network of nearly 300 state colleges and universities focused on public higher education’s role in preparing the next generation to be informed and engaged in an equitable civil society.
• American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO
56 national and international unions, together representing more than 12 million active and retired workers.. engages in substantial political spending and activism.. In support of progressive policies
• American Humanist Society
(800) 837-3792
We work tirelessly in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend civil liberties, secular governance, and scientific integrity.. outreach to the growing number of people without traditional religious faith
• American Jewish World Service
empowering people to learn about their rights; speak out against corruption, violence and abuse; use the ballot box as a vehicle for change; and organize to advance human rights at the local, national and global levels.
• American Legion
Media: To enhance the well-being of America’s veterans, their families, our military, and our communities by our devotion to mutual helpfulness
• American Promise
protecting our elections from foreign money and special interests and pursuing freedom for all Americans.. comprised of over 100,000 professionals, elected officials, business leaders, volunteers and supporters working for passage of the For Our Freedom constitutional amendment and ensure that 38 states are ready to ratify that amendment.
• And Still I Vote
Congress to pass federal legislation not protect the freedom to vote for all Americans, regardless of race or background or zip code.. voters of color are 6x more likely than White voters to wait longer than an hour to vote, even in the same town
• Andrew Goodman Foundation
youth leadership development, voting accessibility, and social justice initiatives on campuses across the country with mini-grants to select institutions of higher learning and other financial assistance to students
• APALA (Asia Pacific American Labor Alliance)>
national organization of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) workers, most of who are union members, and our allies advancing worker, immigrant and civil rights.. dedicated to promoting political education and voter registration programs
• APRI (A. Philip Randolf Institute, Senior Constituency Group of AFL-CFO)
educating, organizing and moving political and legislative victories.. we are stronger in our relationships with each other as we overcome barriers to worker unity
• Arch City Defenders
(gen/speaking invites)
teach-ins will offer a deep dive into each pillar and educate folks about the work some of the anchor organizations are doing to drive forward the policies within the Plan. . The People’s Plan is anchored by a coalition of grassroots organizations
• Arizona Democracy Resource Center
advocates for equitable representation for all Arizonans and work closely with community leaders to protect our democracy. We are committed to dismantling structural barriers to democratic participation, supporting community self-determination, and investing in local leadership.
• Arkansas Community Organizing – AS
(501) 376-7151
grassroots organization that brings low-income and working families to together to fight for social and economic justice.
• Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus
Contact on homepage 415-896-1701
provides a voter hotline with assistance in nine Asian languages and ways for people to check their voter registration, understand their ballot, and know their voting rights ahead of time.
• Asian Pacific Islander Political Alliance – PA
by coordinating political, electoral, and legislative work to hold our elected officials accountable, engaging in culturally competent and linguistically accessible direct voter contact with our communities, and building solidarity
• Asian Youth for Civic Engagement
Through journalism, art, and hands-on engagement.. cultivating a movement ..allowing us to be a part of the political discussion.. increase political engagement, and inspire activism within Asian American youth, creating a future where every voice is amplified.
• At Campaign Legal Center (CLC) media:
advancing democracy through law, fighting for every American’s right to participate in the democratic process. CLC uses tactics such as litigation, policy and advocacy, communications and partnerships to win victories that result in a more transparent, accountable and inclusive democracy.
• Audit Engine – Citizens Oversight (Ray Lutz)
Ballot Image Audit service.. can be used by election officials, campaigns, candidates, and oversight groups, to audit any election that uses hand-marked paper ballots and scanners that create ballot images.
• BAC Black Advancement Coalition
nonprofit organization who seeks to identify, connect, and redistribute the existing capital within the Black community to promote the advancement of Black people.. Voting rights.. We must elect candidates who will uplift our communities.
• Ballot Initiative Strategy Center
implementing a national progressive strategy for ballot measures rooted in building state-based power.
• Baltimore Votes
direct programming, subgrants, communications, development, research or advocacy – around the imperative to equitably support local leaders in communities across the region
• Bend The Arc Jewish Action
where progressive American Jews join together to fight for justice and equality for all.
• Bipartisan Policy Center 202 – 204 – 2400
think tank that actively fosters bipartisanship by combining the best ideas from both parties to promote health, security, and opportunity for all Americans
• Black Freedom Collective (The Defend Black Voters Coalition – Community Change Action)
Domenica Ghanem, Media Relations Manager,
609-457-5663 (CCA)
multi-racial coalition with the shared value that we must build a democracy in which everyone, regardless of race, gender, or income, has the right to an equal say
• Black Girls Vote
Event Request Form:
Nonpartisan.. to represent the concerns and interests of Black women.. invested in ensuring that Black women are empowered to advance education, economic development, quality health care, and improve outcomes.. inspire, engage, and educate young women to become the voice in our political landscape by exercising their right to vote.
• Black Male Voter Project
we organize dozens of focus groups, parties, concerts, and community events connecting with Black men in unconventional ways and growing organic civic engagement which leads to the creation of more Black male super voters.
• Black PAC
expanding participation in our elections and increasing the diversity of voices participating in solving our community’s and nation’s most challenging problems critical to the health and longevity of our democracy.
• Black To The Future Action Fund
to transform Black communities into constituencies that build Black political power in cities and states. We work to enact policy that improves the lives of Black people, and to elect Black legislators with progressive values
• Black Voters Matter
increasing voter registration and turnout ..advocate for policies to expand voting rights/access, including expanded early voting, resisting voter ID, re-entry restoration of rights and strengthening the Voting Rights Act
• Black Women For Wellness Action Coalition (CA)
use policy, electoral advocacy, and the power of narrative to reimagine a just new future where Black women and girls thrive..create media content that drives the narrative around reproductive justice. Unacceptable health disparities
• Black Youth Vote
Empowerment Program, has successfully engaged and trained a new generation of civic leaders and political activists
• BLOC VA (Virginia Black Organizing Collaborative)
Director: Marcia “Cia” Price
(757) 751-9081
building empowered communities. Currently focusing efforts in Hampton and Newport News, VA BLOC works in Voter Engagement, Civic Involvement, and Leadership Development
• BLOC WI (Black Organizing Collective)
Invest in our community and engage citizens to build long-term political power.. Empower Black leaders with the tools, training, and resources needed to organize
• BlockPower
partners with organizations who support Community Ambassadors as they engage their family members, friends, and neighbors to build health, wealth, and power. As elections approach, we help organizations activate their Community Ambassador networks to expand voter outreach and increase civic engagement.
• Blue Action Democrats – TX
to reach two million Texas voters in the 100 days before the November election through a massive relational organizing campaign.
• Blue Future **
engage, mobilize, and connect young people across race and place to progressive campaigns, equipping them with the resources, tools, skills, and network to be effective volunteers, organizers, and community leaders.
• Blue State
help causes and campaigns develop high-impact messaging and programs, reach and mobilize new audiences, and succeed at scale. We uncover key audience insights and remove the barriers that stand in the way of action: giving people access, information, inspiration, and technology
• Blue Wave Postcard Movement **
to turn out millions of advocates, constituents, and voters in local and national elections, as well as bring awareness to social and environmental justice issues through peer-to-peer postcard outreach.
• Bold Nebraska
Jane Kleeb (Founder)
allied groups working on progressive issues like college tuition for Dreamers and raising the minimum wage.. unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations and citizens to stop the risky Keystone XL pipeline. We work on issues including eminent domain, clean energy, small family farms and lifting up small businesses
WE SUPPORT STRONG HISPANIC CANDIDATES AND CANDIDATES WHO EMBRACE BOLD POLICIES.. fastest growing Democratic Political Action Committee dedicated to increasing the diversity of our leadership in the House and Senate. It champions progressive Democrats fighting for change.
• Bold Progressives
electoral work and issue advocacy work — fighting on democracy issues and for economic populist priorities like expanding Social Security, Medicare For All, a Green New Deal, student debt cancellation, and Wall Street reform.
• Brennan Center
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Election security:
We stand for equal justice and the rule of law. We work to craft and advance reforms that will make American democracy work, for all.
• Bridge USA
interdisciplinary center for research on development in all of its dimensions: political, economic, social, and legal, and the ways in which these different dimensions interact with one another.
• Brookings Institute
shed new light on the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of various campaign tactics, including door-to-door canvassing, e-mail, direct mail, and telephone calls. The new edition gives special attention to “relational organizing”
• Business For America
Engaging your employees for voter participation and civic renewal..Showing civic leadership in your community..Advocating for popular, bipartisan policy change
• California Calls
California Calls is a growing alliance of 31 grassroots, community-based organizations spanning urban, rural and suburban counties across the state. We engage, educate and motivate new and infrequent voters among young people, from communities of color, and from poor and working class neighborhoods to make California’s electorate
• California Donor Table
investments in communities of color so they have the power and resources they need to (1) elect people who represent their values and needs and (2) help govern and hold decision-makers accountable.
• Campaign Legal Center
through law, fighting for every American’s right to participate in the democratic process. CLC uses tactics such as litigation, policy and advocacy, communications and partnerships to win victories that result in a more transparent, accountable and inclusive
• Campus Vote Project
(202) 331-0114
works with universities, community colleges, faculty, students and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. Our goal is to help campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote.
• Capitol Canary
engaging and mobilizing more advocates with our best-in-class, mobile-first, multi-channel advocacy platform.
• Care in Action
organizing women of color and building a coalition to make change. We’re fighting for the representation we deserve, for policies that value care and the work domestic workers
• Case Action
The third party vendor and the Attorney General’s office can determine voter eligibility, and the County Recorder would remove voters deemed ineligible in this process. The Attorney General and County Attorney would then investigate and prosecute any voter flagged as ineligible to register to vote who knowingly registers to vote.
• CCO – MS
Communications Director Garrett Griffin:
register future voters. We drive voters to the polls. We help at food banks. We connect people with vaccines. We educate. We tell stories. . We organize events, phone and text banking, canvassing, rallies, digital awareness campaigns, and meetings with elected officials
• Center For Coalfield Justice – PA
protect our voting rights and ensure our elected officials are being held accountable to the issues that matter to our members… SW PA has an extraordinary overlap of extractive industries and is home to the largest producing underground coal mine in North America.. over three thousand fracked gas drilling and midstream operations..
• Center For Common Ground
to educate and empower under-represented voters in voter suppression states to engage in elections and advocate for their right to vote
• Center For Constitutional Rights
works with communities under threat to fight for justice and liberation through litigation, advocacy, and strategic communications
• Center For Modern Elections
aligns bipartisan, pro-voter campaigns in states across the country that modernizes the voting system, making elections more efficient and secure. Center for Secure and Modern
• Center For Popular Democracy
works to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions
• Center for Voter Information
a non-profit, non-partisan partner organization to Voter Participation Center, both founded to provide resources and tools to help voting-eligible citizens register and vote in upcoming elections.
• Center on Policy Initiatives -CA>
Press: ​​(619) 584-5744 ext. 128
Gen: (619) 584-5744
providing the analysis, policy solutions, education, and alliances that advance social and economic justice for working people and diverse communities.
• Center Street
to generate publicity and raise money, rather than advance policy goals. Without organized and goal-oriented advocacy for rational politicians, the political sphere will be surrendered to fringe extremists.
• CGRE (Collaborative For Gender + Reproductive Equality)
Building power at the state level by supporting the local organizations and leaders on the frontlines of the fight for gender, reproductive and racial equity, particularly those representing Black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) communities..currently focused in four key states—Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico and Texas
• Change To Win>
advocates for both workers and consumers across a wide range of industries, such as retail, manufacturing, healthcare and more… We offer strategic insights to affiliates and allies, leveraging our collective resources to increase the power of organizing and advocacy campaigns across the nation
• Citizen Action NJ
• Citizen Action NY
volunteer-based voter contact program will reach voters at a mass scale and keep them informed about what’s happening locally, in Albany and in D.C.. work to elect progressive candidates to office
• Citizen Action WI
strategy of grassroots organizing, educational programming, earned media, civic engagement, and political lobbying to advance progressive solutions and shape the public and political debate
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helping Americans like you find ways to heal our political divides and strengthen our democracy
• Citizens Audit Broward (America Counts) – FL
Jamie Friend
Independent, public verification or rejection of election results, prior to certification
• Civic Alliance
nonpartisan coalition of businesses united by our commitment to a thriving support of fair and transparent elections, in which voting is safe and accessible. And we use the combined influence of our platforms to empower every American to use their voice
• Civic Responsibility Project
brands and influencers have unrealized potential to engage employees, consumers, and followers in our democracy. encourage employees and consumers to register to vote, learn about early voting options, serve as poll workers in their communities, and share accurate election related information
• Civics Center
building the foundations of youth civic engagement and voter participation in high schools through education, organizing, and advocacy. We support student-led, peer-to-peer voter registration and pre-registration efforts in high school communities.
• Clean Elections Minnesota
Corporate Money is overwhelming the public interest in local, state, and national elections.. We will hold educational events on issues that impact fair and transparent elections.. Protecting and expanding voter registration.
• Clean Elections Texas
(469) 443-8246
engage our electorate and help them channel their frustration, fear, and anger into effective action, starting with voting in any and every election at all levels and staying engaged with their elected officials..
• Clean Water Action
(202) 895-0420
To protect our environment, health, economic well-being and community quality of life. Clean Water Action organizes strong grassroots groups and coalitions, and campaigns to elect environmental candidates and to solve environmental and community problems.
• Cleveland Votes
ensure we have a more informed, participatory, and cohesive community.. The initiative invests in entities working to expand voter registration, accessibility, and participation by integrating the practice of equitable civic engagement through the success and measurable outreach efforts
• Climate Cabinet Action
many candidates want to run on strong climate platforms but don’t have the time to simultaneously run a full-time campaign and do cutting-edge policy analysis
• Climate Changemakers
elect a pro-climate-action U.S. Senate. This majority, along with the tireless work of advocates, is a major factor in our elected officials’ ability to reach a deal on the historic Inflation Reduction Act.
• Climate Power **
The politics of climate didn’t change in 2020 all by itself—we mobilized grassroots content creators
• Climate Reality Action Fund
building a national movement of young voters to make every election a climate election..Working for safe and secure voting solutions like vote-by-mail that protect Americans’ health and voice in democracy
• Coalition Of Black Trade Unionists
(202) 778-3318
has leveraged the vast resources of unions to mobilize black voters to influence elections and public policy at every level of government.
• Coalition of Labor Union Women
organizing the unorganized; to promote affirmative action, social and economic justice in the workplace; and to increase the participation of women in the political and legislative processes
• Coalition on Human Needs
it is critically important for us to lift up the voices of experts in nonpartisan civic engagement in order to answer any questions potential voters may have about when, where, and how they can vote.. serves as a clearinghouse of information on poverty and human needs issues for our members and the general public. CHN publishes a bi-monthly legislative newsletter,
Human Needs Report
• Collective Pac
Black people should hold at least 13% of all elected offices in the U.S..helped 300 candidates win general elections.. paid advertising and get out the vote and regranted $3 million to local, grassroots organizations.. first-of-its-kind Black Campaign School training for candidates and campaign operatives from around the country.. host The Black Political Power Summit.. on black political representation. With over 1,000,000 email subscribers, over 25,000 donors

• Color of Change
largest online racial justice organization.. 7M members..EXPANDING VOTER ACCESS AND ENSURING THE VOTES OF ALL BLACK PEOPLE COUNT

• Common Cause - Election Protection coalition (866 Our Vote)
we recruit, train, and deploy thousands of Election Protection volunteers across the nation

• Common Counsel Foundation
attempt to recognize and mitigate barriers, including power imbalances, in philanthropy for grassroots groups..promote full and democratic participation and seek to overcome barriers for all communities to engage in civic processes.

• Common Power
mobilize volunteers for voters around the country, while investing in the next generation of leaders and building lasting community.
• Common Sense Party – (CA)
increasing voter participation, and encouraging pragmatic problem-solving and fact-based decision-making in our state and local governments..
• Communications Workers of America
(202) 434-1100
informs and mobilizes union families to encourage their participation in the political process
• Communities For A Better Environment Action
project of Tides Advocacy, organizes voters across the state to build relationships with decision-makers who represent their interests at every level of governance
• (CNC) Communities for a New California
effective in educating and motivating voters to become consistent in casting their ballots. We involve voters in local advocacy, incorporating an integrated voter outreach strategy to have our voters become the tipping point on statewide public policy advocacy campaigns.
• Community Change Action
Press: Domenica Ghanem, Media Relations Manager,,
expanding the electorate, mobilizing voters who are not directly engaged by traditional campaigns, and activating our communities as full participants in public in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wisconsin — and invest in targeted U.S. House races, down ballot elections, and ballot initiatives in places where voters of color can provide the margin of victory..

• Community Labor United - MA
coalition building, research and policy development, public education, and grassroots mobilization, we advance policies that promote quality jobs, secure healthcare, affordable housing, and environmental justice for all. With our national partner, the PowerSwitch Action network

• Concerned Citizens For Justice - TN
(423) 799-0787
People’s Movement Assemblies are being used across the South and around the world to build community-based power that strengthens movements for the future we deserve, as well as our ability to coordinate and govern ourselves

(612) 427-2011
seeks to increase Latino voter participation and engagement in issues that matter to them. COPAL implements ongoing leadership trainings to empower community members with the skills and strategies to pursue policy and systems change.
• CPD Action
to create equity, opportunity, and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions. We work on campaigns that promote a pro-worker, pro-immigrant, racial and economic justice agenda and win victories

• CT Citizen Action Group
continues to take action on the planned issue agenda – including all we can do to protect our democracy.. Registration, voting access and education

• CUFFH (Churches United For Fair Housing) - NYC
(718) 360-2906
community organizing, youth engagement and by providing sophisticated social services. organizes towards preserving and creating vibrant communities that are not exclusive and are really affordable to working families in New York City.

• Daily Kos
provides detailed analysis on congressional elections, state, and local office races year-round. They also lead our endorsement efforts, raising millions of dollars for progressive candidates

• David Segal (For Congress)
• DC Sparkle Squad
artists, activists, aunties, dads, poets, puppy lovers and generally concerned citizens, using joyful, dynamic art (+ DATA) to tell authentic stories to educate, inspire, engage + activate communities to build black progress + VOTE.

• Declaration For American Democracy
committed to passing national standards, including the Freedom to Vote Act, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, and DC Statehood, to transform our political system and move our country closer to realizing the true promise of democracy
• Demand Justice
to restore balance to the courts by reforming the Supreme Court, expanding the circuit and district courts, and championing new judges with experience as public defenders, civil rights lawyers, legal aid lawyers, and labor lawyers who represent working people.

• Demand Progress ** Gen:
We work to achieve progressive policy changes for ordinary people by organizing deep grassroots campaigns, leading smart lobbying initiatives and leveraging our staff’s policy expertise. We run online campaigns to rally people quickly and effectively to take action on the news that affects them — by contacting Congress and other leaders, funding pressure tactics, and spreading the word in their own communities
• DemCast
cultivate, amplify & maximize the impact of grassroots digital media, bolstering blue electoral and policy victories at all levels of government, across America.. We envision a civil, fact-based and grassroots-led conversation that is free of profit motive, where digital tools and social platforms are harnessed to maximize the connectivity, coordination & impact of the grassroots activist community.

​​ – Democracy Docket
leading progressive media platform dedicated to providing information, opinion and analysis about voting rights and more.. Founded by.. voting rights attorney Marc Elias..

• Democracy For All - FL Conservation Voters Education Fund
(305) 842-0989
improve access to and trust in our democracy, communities that our country has traditionally left out of the decision making process can reclaim their rightful influence

• Democracy for America,
JJim Dean,,
building and empowering a broad coalition of grassroots organizers to elect the New American Majority — people of color and white progressives — to fight for inclusive populism at all levels of office in all 50 states

• Democracy Fund
Election program strategies are designed to increase the quality of election planning and execution, mitigate risks to secure elections and credible outcomes, and reduce the practical and structural barriers to voting for a higher and more representative turnout.

• Democracy Labs
hub for ongoing technology and creative innovation in service of a healthy democracy at the national, state, and local levels.. long term, sustainable and affordable solutions. An approach that is longer than an election cycle, and isn’t purely dependent on volunteers, can enable more qualified candidates to run

• Democracy Maine
(207) 831-6223
to make government more equitable, inclusive, and accessible by improving elections, protecting and engaging voters, increasing civic engagement, and reducing the influence of private money in politics

• Democracy Maps
Press: Rebecca Farmer <
(303) 578-4600
more than 40 aspects of state election and voting laws, making it easy to see the states that are ensuring democracy thrives and the states that are falling short. Policies tracked include: automatic voter registration, early in-person voting, state primary systems, voting machine security, ballot drop boxes, and congressional redistricting.
• Democracy NC
Media: Joselle Torres:
As part of our mission to help North Carolinians achieve meaningful pro-democracy reform, Democracy North Carolina engages in a variety of activities

• Democracy Works
technology to help Americans vote in every election..TurboVote provides voters with the information and assistance they need to register and vote. How to Vote empowers voters to decide when and where to vote by summarizing state-specific voter registration and voting rules.

• DemocraShe
non-partisan program that trains and empowers diverse female-identifying high school students, building the earliest pipeline of future female elected officials.

• Democratic Attorney Generals Association
provides political and policy support to Democratic State Attorneys General in their mission to protect citizens, promote progress, and support civil rights.. States’ Attorneys General have immense power in deciding whether their constituents have access to safe and affordable reproductive care, including abortion. We need Democratic AGs in office who will always defend the right to an abortion.

• Democratic Legislative Committee
We’re fighting to elect local Democrats, retake statehouses, and end right-wing gerrymandering across the country.
cutting-edge policy research, inspiring litigation and deep relationships with grassroots organizations

• Detroit Action
grassroots and member-led, multigenerational, community-based organization fighting for real political power.. Radical Civic Engagement..To shape our electorate and gain the type of wins necessary to wield power

• DoSomething
one of the largest nonprofits exclusively for young people and social change.. activated millions of young people in every U.S. area code and 131 countries to take action to improve their communities.. Gotv

• Down Home NC
members can serve on their committee to help create their chapter platform, interview local candidates, and vote on which candidates the chapter will be endorsing..Civic engagement is how we build long-lasting and sustainable people power

• Drag Out The Vote
nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that works with drag performers to promote participation in democracy

• Dream Defenders
it is not enough to simply oppose capitalism or to fight for freedom within it, but that we must be actively fighting for a new alternative

National Electoral Committee:
Press: (include the name of the publication, your deadline, and info about your piece)
uses electoral campaigns to build a durable political organization and grow the collective strength needed for our membership and elected officials to effectively wield political power.

• EAC - U.S. Election Assistance Commission
independent, bipartisan commission charged with developing guidance to meet HAVA requirements, adopting voluntary voting system guidelines, and serving as a national clearinghouse of information on election administration. The EAC also accredits testing laboratories and certifies voting systems, as well as audits the use of HAVA funds.

• Economic Policy Institute
proposes public policies that protect and improve the economic conditions of low- and middle-income workers and assesses policies with respect to how they affect those workers.
• El Pueblo- NC
a nonprofit organization based in Raleigh, NC, specializing in leadership development for both youth and adults among Wake County’s growing Latinx community.

• Elders Action Network **
Elders are 80 million strong in America. We can bring about the changes that are needed.. Elders for Sound Democracy (ESD) action group. ESD is a continuation and expansion of our 2020 Elders Stand for Fair Elections (ESFE) campaign… gotv

ASKING COMPANIES TO TAKE A STAND IN SUPPORT OF AMERICAN VOTERS..Provide paid time off to vote for all employees and for all elections..Sign on in support of’s Business Statement on Anti-Voting Legislation

• Electoral Justice Voter Fund - (Movement For Black Lives MFBL )
The Electoral Justice Voter Fund marshals a cross-issue, transnational Black electoral-justice movement by building a network of local organizers and partners. We define electoral justice as encompassing accountability, interventions, dismantling, and building anew.

• Emerge America
Media: Kaleb Harmon
premier organization that recruits, trains and provides a powerful network to Democratic women who want to run for office.

• Emily’s List
(202) 326-1400
Seeking to put women into office who can make significant contributions to education, health care, voting rights, and economic equality, we have systematically defined a strategic approach to winning elections that drive progressive change.

• Endangered Species Coalition
participate in our election process.. Environmentalists, as a group, are not consistent voters. So our issues don’t rise up to the top of voters’ concerns or elected officials’ concern. Vote and make environmental issues matter.

• Energy Action Fund
Contact On Homepage
We invest in venues with opportunities to achieve clean energy victories across all levels of government.

• Engage Miami
through voter engagement, civic education, leadership development, and organizing around our issue platform, the Young People’s Policy Priorities. We’re all about Gen Z and millennial voters and leaders, building young people’s power in majority Black and Latinx communities

• Entertain Impact
212 645 8070
harnessing the influence of celebrities and cultural leaders to generate systemic change..advocacy campaigns that work toward creating a stronger and fairer democracy. That means free and fair elections, increased civic participation

• Environmental Voter Project
Press: Isabella at
We identify inactive environmentalists and transform them into consistent voters to build the power of the environmental movement.

• Equal Ground - FL
strategic planning, leadership development, petition collection, voter registration, and voter education and turnout

• Equality Arizona Foundation
Press: Jeanne Woodbury (602) 730-4955
(480) 401-2372
work to ensure that LGBTQ+ communities in Arizona are represented on the ballot by passionate, informed, and viable candidates committed to LGBTQ+ equality.

• Evangelicals for Democracy - Richard Cizik <>
support pro-democracy principles, policies and political leaders..use new information tools, digital engagement, social networking and the voices of faith leaders and democracy experts to empower evangelicals.. Mobilizing 30 million evangelicals.. podcasts, blogs, a “virtual pulpit” on Twitter and virtual town halls for faith leaders

• Every Vote Counts
investing in the next generation of citizens and civic leaders by enabling student-led, institutionally-supported civic engagement and leveraging college campuses as engines of democracy

• Fair Elections Center - Susan Pynchon - FL
advocacy efforts, including producing reports, talking points and fact sheets, providing state voter guides, providing testimony to legislatures, conducting trainings and seminars for organizations and their supporters, litigating voting rights cases in state and federal court, and working directly with local election officials and Secretaries of State to ensure that the right to vote is protected and expanded

• Fair Fight
promote fair elections around the country, encourage voter participation in elections, and educate voters about elections and their voting rights.

• Fair Vote
driving force behind advancing ranked choice voting and fair representation in multi-winner legislative districts that will open up our elections to better choices, fairer representation, and more civil campaigns.

• Fairness Project
won 24 of our 25 ballot measures to raise wages, stop predatory payday lenders, expand health care access, secure more paid time off, and other life-changing policies for more than 18 million people.

• Faith In Action Fund
organizing to expand access to the ballot box for people of color, persons who live in poverty and persons with disabilities. We are presently organizing to topple restrictions to voting for persons with prior felony convictions.

• Faith In Public Life
fight to ensure that hard-working families bring a strong moral voice to important issues that greatly impact our communities, such as voting rights, education, health care, immigration reform

• Faith Voters (Stacey Abrams)
Faith voter outreach is having an outsized impact on the outcomes of elections

• Faiths United to Save Democracy
working with ministers, rabbis, imans in ten key states.. Voter toolkit

• Family Values At Work
partners include restaurant owners and restaurant workers, people who fight poverty and those who fight asthma, advocates for children and for seniors, racial justice activists and public health experts, LGBTQ groups and many more

• Farm Action Alliance <>
network leverages its research, policy development, advocacy campaigns, and political expertise to create a food and agriculture system that works for everyday people rather than a handful of powerful corporations

• Farm Action Fund
research, policy development, advocacy campaigns, and political expertise to create a food and agriculture system that works for everyday people rather than a handful of powerful corporation

• Feel Good Action
work with micro-influencers who have an established following on social media. Each micro-influencer has a niche, whether it be music, travel, pets, food, make-up, or fashion. Together we craft authentic voting messages that are integrated into each influencer’s site. Every message is accompanied by a link to our voter tools so users can easily and immediately register to vote, get a mail-in ballot, or find their polling place.

• Feminist Majority
Media: Erin Gistaro
empower feminists, who are the majority, and to win equality for women at the decision-making tables of the state, nation, and the world

• Fight For $15
won raises for 26 million people across the country – with 10 states at or on their way to $15/hr – all because workers came together and acted like a union

• Fight For Florida
Poll Watchers.. first line of defense against voter intimidation, obstruction and suppression.

• First Voter Action Project,
A national voting rights clearinghouse dedicated to protecting and expanding voting rights, and expanding Vote By Mail in every state. We are organized and operate under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Register to vote, Vote by mail, Verify your voter registration, Find where to vote, Sign up for election reminders, Local election office directory

• Fix Democracy First
mission is to expand and protect voter access to all.. Low voter turnout, gerrymandering, and voter suppression are all threatening our democracy.. achieve fair elections and government policies that reflect the will of the people and not the power of money

• Flint Rising
ensure that directly impacted people are building the organizing infrastructure and leadership necessary for this long-haul fight for justice and creating the future that Flint families need and deserve. As the water crisis continues in Flint, Michigan, we are still taking immediate action while building for the future.

• Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC)
led by our membership, including grassroots and community organizations, farmworkers, youth, advocates, lawyers, union members, and more.

• Florida Right To Clean Water-  Chuck O’Neal, Joe Bonasia
initiative to amend Florida’s Constitution to the voters in November 2024, so the PEOPLE can decide whether we should hold our State agencies accountable for harm to Florida’s waters

• Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
We are committed to ending the disenfranchisement and discriminationinst people with convictions.

• Florida Rising
organize multi-racial movements to win elections, change laws, and create a stat where everyone can be safe, happy, healthy and whole.

• Focus For Democracy
metrics-based research to recommend programs that will have the highest impact for each dollar spent. Our strategic analysis and evaluation allow you to feel confident about where your contributions will be most effective.

• Food And Water Watch
To protect our food, water, and climate, we organize people around the country to build political power. We mobilize at the local, state, and federal levels to win the fights others are afraid to even take on.

• For Our Future - FL>
Strong issue advocacy leads to better campaigns, better campaigns lead to better elections, and better elections lead to stronger outcomes on the issues that we care about in Florida. Our mission is to mobilize and empower people and community-based organizations to drive real change

• Forward Justice - NC - Unlock Our Vote / Season of Democracy Campaigns
filed a lawsuit on behalf of four organizational plaintiffs and six individual plaintiffs in Wake County Superior Court, seeking to reinstate voting rights for nearly 60,000 North Carolinians previously convicted of felonies… challenging unconstitutional methods of voter suppression and disenfranchisement.

• Forward Majority
an aggressive strategy to secure critical footholds of power for Democrats – and ensure democratically elected, representative leadership in states that drive national outcomes.

• Franciscan Action Network
collective Franciscan voice seeking to transform United States public policy related to peace making, care for creation, poverty, and human rights.

• Free Speech For People
catalyzing leader in the country challenging big money in politics, confronting corruption in government, fighting for free and fair elections, and advancing a new jurisprudence

• Freedom Inc. (WI)
Cultivating emerging leaders to serve in elected office and appointed positions at the local, state, and national levels.Endorsing and actively supporting the political campaigns of individuals who embrace and promote Freedom’s mission.Conducting voter education and voter registration drives

• FRIDA Foundation Fund
young feminist organizers are provided with the resources, leadership opportunities and capacities they need, radical shifts to movements’ landscapes and social change trajectories occur.

• Friends Committee on National Legislation
(202) 547-6000
national nonprofit, nonpartisan Quaker organizations working collectively to advance peace, justice, and environmental stewardship.
• Frontline – Tiffany Flowers Dir. Tiffany Flowers- campaign director
coming together of people across differences to meet this generational challenge. We’re going to defeat white nationalism, protect our democracy, and demand that those in power advance a people’s agenda.
• Future Coalition
youth climate justice movement infrastructure to facilitating local coalition building around elections to providing fiscal sponsorship to youth-led, grassroots groups, Future Coalition aims to lower the accessibility barrier to youth organizing and amplify the impact young people have.
• Futuro RGV – TX
Candidate forums, ballot info, works with Turnout TX.. citizen volunteers who present information regarding issues and concerns in our communities.. improving our communities in the areas of economics, health, safety, entertainment, and education.
• GALEO – Latino Community Development Fund- GA> -Alba L. Villarreal, Communications Dir.
increasing civic participation of the Latinx community and developing prominent Latino leaders throughout Georgia while advocating for immigration reform and voting rights and at the same time upholding their core values of advocacy, inclusion, non-partisan, diversity, and responsiveness.
• Gen Z For Change
We leverage the power of social media to educate our generation, encourage and mobilize civic participation, shift the political debate, and enact change.
• Generation Ratify
a mass youth mobilization to defend and expand our access to abortion. Take action with us below.

• Generation Vote
cross-class, multiracial movement of young people tearing down the barriers that prevent young people from participating in our democracy

• GenerationNation
students learn first-hand how their governments and communities work; understand and can discuss important civic issues and differing points of view; know how to find and use good sources of news and civic information; and, build social capital, knowledge, and experience to be civic leaders

• GENup - CA
is a California-based, nationwide student-led social justice organization and student activist coalition that strives to advocate for education through the power of youth voices.. Voter reg and policy

• GeoCivics - U of CO, Colorado Springs
Rebecca Theobald 719-255-5217.
state-based strategies to develop skills and knowledge for discussing electoral apportionment and redistricting.. educational materials and geospatial data, leading students, teachers, and community members.. Where lines are drawn, by whom, and under what circumstances affect how people are governed. Communities should be equipped to ask questions of the cartographers creating electoral district maps.

• Georgia Action Shift
From signing petitions to organizing on the ground, Georgia Shift Action is working to defend your rights.

• Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda
(404) 653-1199
umbrella organization of human rights, civil rights, labor, women’s, youth, and peace and justice groups which advocate for voting rights protection, elimination of barriers to the ballot box, criminal justice reform, quality education, affordable housing, economic development and equal participation

• Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR)
(770) 457- 5232
educates, organizes and trains the Latino community in Georgia to defend and promote their civil and human rights.

• Georgia STAND-UP (The Georgia Strategic Alliance for New Directions and Unified Policies) (404) 581-0061
provides research, strategy, technical support, and resource development for grassroots community organizing and non-partisan voter education. Founded in 2005 as a labor/community partnership, STAND-UP has emerged as a champion of community empowerment and progressive advocacy across the South.

• Give Green
GiveGreen offers you a powerful, easy, and strategic way to support environmental candidates and accelerate action on climate change.

• GLAAD gen:
LGBTQ people turned out to vote in record numbers in 2020, and we can do it again. According to GLAAD’s 2020 Post-Election Poll, 93% of registered LGBTQ voters turned out with 25% being first time voters. GLAAD has teamed up with Headcount – a national organization that aims to increase voter registration and promote participation in democracy

• Grassroots Collaborative (IL)
bringing together organizations across movements, especially labor and community, we have built a broad and deep base necessary for fighting the corporate interests working against all of our constituencies.

• Greater Phoenix Urban League
to support minorities and those in need in achieving economic and social equality through programs in economic empowerment, housing, education, civic engagement, and health and wellness.

• Green Amendments *
ensure that governments across the nation at the local and state level honor the rights of all people to pure water, clean air, a stable climate and healthy environments in the laws they enact, the decisions they make, and the actions they take by securing the passage of enforceable environmental rights amendments

• Green Party CA - Grassroots Organizing Working Group
over 900 California Greens have run for public office and over 350 have been elected

• GreenRoots - MA
(617) 466-3076
deep community engagement and empowerment, youth leadership and implementation of innovative projects and campaigns.

We get people registered to vote and interested in democracy. We’re at concerts, festivals, community events — anywhere we can translate the power of music and culture into real action.

• Higher Heights
Media, Aprill Turner
the only political action committee exclusively dedicated to electing more progressive Black women at the federal and statewide levels and as mayors in the 100 most populated U.S. cities.

• Hip Hop Caucus
Respect My Vote Campaign
Hip Hop Caucus is a national, non-profit and non-partisan organization that connects the Hip Hop community to the civic process to build power and create positive change

• Hmong American Women’s Association - WI
move and organize our work in alignment with Black women and Black Trans women leadership. We invest in transformative healing that empowers our women, girls, Queer and Trans people to thrive and be agents of change.

• Hoosier Action - KS
built power for working families through deep, relational organizing in small town and rural communities. Through that work we have reached out to nearly 500,000 Hoosiers via door to door canvassing, phone calls, social media, and peer-to-peer texting

• House Majority PAC
focused exclusively on electing Democrats to the U.S. House of Representatives

• Human Rights Campaign
electing the most pro-equality presidential ticket in history and establishing a pro-equality majority in both the House and Senate

• Hustle <>
personalized text messages and video stories that inspire and inform people to take action, bolstered by tools and analytics that maximize effectiveness.

• IBEW (International Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers)
help mobilize resources and influence systems, change relationships among partners, and serve as catalysts for changing policies, programs, and practices

• In Our Own Voice (Black Women’s Repro Rights - w/Black Women Vote)
Press: Racine Tucker-Hamilton
we register voters, organize our communities, and deliver the votes that give so many local, state, and national politicians their jobs. We will continue to use the power of the ballot to elect those who understand our lived experiences, prioritize our interests, and respect our basic human rights.

• Indigenous Vote
Indigenous Vote, previously known as Montana Native Vote, was established in 2011 to build
political power for Native Americans. Election Protection, Voter Rights Protection & Expansion,
Leadership Development, Civic Engagement, Candidate Recruitment, Public Policy Advocacy,
Voter Rights Education

• Indivisible - <> <
makes it easy to help get out the vote. Online tools make it easy to text or call voters in key swing elections

• Inspire2Vote
If you are at least 18 years of age by the next election, you are eligible to register to vote and VOTE. Many states allow 16 and 17-year-olds to pre-register to vote. AND some states even allow 17-year-olds to VOTE in a primary election if they will turn 18 by the general election

• Integrity First Voter Action Project
a national voting rights clearinghouse dedicated to protecting and expanding voting rights, and expanding Vote By Mail in every state.

• International Brotherhood of Teamsters
legislative advocacy at both the federal and state level as well as our field activity to sup

• Iowa CCI
(515) 255-0800
members create change through grassroots organizing, educating, and mobilizing on issues that impact our communities the most.

• ISAIAH - Faith In Action MN
(651) 376-1001
multi-racial, state-wide, nonpartisan coalition of faith communities fighting for racial and economic justice in Minnesota

• iVote
sound the alarm on the new wave of democracy-denying politicians running for office and making it harder to vote, we go on offense to fight voter suppression. We’ve run successful campaigns in some of the toughest battleground states

• J Street - <>
in the Jewish community and with others with whom we share core values, we advocate for diplomacy-first American leadership and policies that advance justice, equality, peace, and democracy in Israel, in the wider region and in the United States as well.

• Joe Sandberg (Living Wage Act / Working Hero PAC)
progressive business leader and anti-poverty advocate..steward to pass the Earned Income Tax Credit for low-income families in CA, Joe founded CalEITC4Me, one of the state’s largest anti-poverty programs

• JOLT Action
ballot initiative will enhance the integrity and security of our elections by modernizing how we administer elections to ensure every vote counts.

• Journey For Justice Alliance
national network of black and brown led, grassroots community-based organizations committed to utilizing grassroots organizing to win community-driven school improvement, in order to achieve equity in public education

Julian Castro

• Junior State of America
(800) 334-5353
active community of students who are participating in our democracy and learning to lead through our unique programs.

• Justice Democrats Gen: Press:
We need a Democratic Party that fights for its voters, not big corporate donors. Our goal is to build a mission-driven caucus in Congress by electing more leaders like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Jamaal Bowman, who will represent our communities in Congress and fight for bold, progressive solutions to our current crises.

• Kairos Fellowship
rains and encourages organizers in building power online, fights for stronger regulation of the internet and tech companies, creates hard-hitting, successful campaigns

• Kansas For Constitutional Freedom - Ashley All
bipartisan coalition of reproductive rights advocates and allied organizations committed to protecting the constitutional rights of Kansans to make personal healthcare decisions free from government interference.

• Knock For Democracy **
prioritizing swing states with tightly contested Senate and Governor’s races on the ballot so that all our voter outreach will have an impact.. Canvassing and phone banking are the best tools we have to influence key races and build back faith in our democracy. We organize all the logistics and provide the necessary training to do this important work.

• Labor Community Alliance - FL – Lorenzo Canizares
LCA is an alliance of community leaders, organizers, activists, union leaders, concerned citizens, candidates and elected officials.

• Latino Victory
has registered more than 300,000 young voters, many of whom they reached by launching the country’s first text-to-register voter registration campaign

• Lawyer Moms Action
strengthen democratic institutions and voting rights, promote civic engagement, and protect kids against inhumane and neglectful policies at the local, state, and federal levels.

• Lawyers Committee For Civil Rights Under Law
to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to vote and have that vote count. Made up of more than 100 local, state and national partners, Election Protection uses a wide range of tools and activities to protect, advance and defend the right to vote.

• LCAA (Labor Council For Latin American Advancement)
help register thousands of voters and help get them to the polls to increase both civic participation and political progress within the Latino community.

• League of Conservation Voters Gen:
We influence policy, hold politicians accountable, and win elections. This is how we fight to build a world with clean air, clean water, public lands, and a safe climate that are protected by a just and equitable democracy.

• League Of Women Voters
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We protect every American’s right to vote, challenging those who seek to restrict Black, brown, female, disabled, and other Americans

• Left Hook Strategy- <>
decades turning red states blue and managing winning campaigns at every level. From civil rights to workers’ rights to reproductive rights, this work is personal to us

• Let America Vote
to fight back against proposals across the country that make it harder for eligible voters to exercise their constitutional right

• LIT (Leaders Igniting Transformation)>
The future is young, black, brown, and independent political power for social, racial, and economic justice. We engage in values-based issues and electoral organizing, direct action, public policy advocacy, and leadership development.. organization effectively builds progressive grassroots political power

• Living Wage Act CA - (Sandberg, Working Heros)
California workers badly need a raise. That’s why we’re fighting to pass the California Living Wage Act in November 2022. Join us in the effort to lift working families out of poverty and raise the wage to $18/hr in the Golden State

• Lucha Blue Voter resources: (602) 388-9745
fighting for social, racial, and economic transformation. We are committed to human dignity, inclusion, equity, and collective growth. We work to reclaim our shared power alongside our families and community.

• Main Street Alliance**
Leverage your small business voice to Get Out the Vote!..membership training on the critical components of building an effective Get Out The Vote (GOTV) strategy for your community..

• Maine People’s Alliance
Bangor (207) 990-0672, Lewiston (207) 782-7876, Portland (207) 797-0967
Publicly-financed Clean Elections to ranked-choice voting, Mainers have been at the forefront of demanding and expanding their democratic rights. MPA has worked to safeguard those rights, including through a successful People’s Veto referendum campaign to protect same-day voter registration and a new law to ensure automatic enrollment of new voters.

• Maine Students Vote
support campuses and schools in developing voter education materials, organizational action planning, training and mentoring civic captains, and coordinating get-out-the-vote efforts.

• Make The Road - CT
rooted in working-class Latinx communities..movement for justice through electoral and grassroots organizing to advance progressive political and policy change.. A key piece of our work is mobilizing voters in our communities

• Make The Road - NJ 908-368-1196

• Make The Road - PA

• Make the Road Action (MRA)
rooted in working-class Latinx communities..movement for justice through electoral and grassroots organizing to advance progressive political and policy change.. A key piece of our work is mobilizing voters in our communities

• Make The Road NV
(702) 907-1560

• Make The Road NY
(718) 418-7690

• Make Voting A Tradition contact; 612-235-4976
NACDI amplifies and advances the Native American Community’s vision for a vibrant future. .
. Our work is founded on the belief that all American Indian people have a place, purpose and
a future strengthened by sustainable community development.

• March On
By mobilizing around issues of social justice, civil rights and climate action, we’ve created change with some of the biggest mass mobilizations of the last four years, including March On for Voting Rights, #VoteWith Us, March On the Polls and the Climate Strikes. We are a part of a diverse and progressive movement which centers people at the root of our power.

• March To The Polls - TX
gap between overall turnout and turnout among youth and Latinos.. civic engagement and the power of voting are key to confronting social inequality and injustice. Our 4 program areas work to bring first time or infrequent voters in historically underrepresented communities into the political process

• Maryland Communities United

build leadership among those most impacted by injustice Won same day registration on early voting days.. Restored the vote for citizens with felony convictions

• Massachusetts Senior Action Council
statewide, grassroots, senior-run organization that empowers its members to collectively address key public policy and community issues that affect their health and well-being.

• MayDay.US>
The movement to end big money politics has yet to fully leverage its power at the ballot box.. city by city, state by state, building power and shifting policy.. we’re forming State Teams.. will force politicians to pass and defend reform, by helping elect revolutionary candidates and defeating agents of the status quo.

• Mi Familia Vota
to build Latino political power by expanding the electorate, strengthening local infrastructures, and through year-round voter engagement

• MI League Of Conservation Voters 734-222-9650
make protecting Michigan’s land, air, and water political priorities once again

• Miami Workers Center
amplifying the demands and developing the leadership of Black and brown women workers, tenants, and families. We employ an intersectional approach to our organizing, linking gender, race, and class

• Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition (MEJC)
work in alignment with the Principles of Environmental Justice, and cultivate relationships based on the Jemez Principles. We build power and unity within our community, so we all can thrive.

• Michigan People's Campaign
statewide organization building a movement to put people and the planet before profits..Join the Defend Black Voters Coalition.. for the Michigan Public Service Commission meeting where we ask, “which side are they on?”

• Michigan Voices
to provide resources to help nonprofit organizations that are led by and engage BIPOC people become self-sustaining in their mission to bring social justice to their communities.

• Mississippi Votes **
Youth-led programming and approach to place-based community organizing evokes a spirit of self-determination in the hearts of Mississippians that urges them to move beyond the voter registration tables, to the polls, and into positions of power.

• Missouri Faith Voters
At the center of our model of congregation-based community organizing is a belief in the potential for transformation—of people, institutions, and our society-at-large. This belief stems directly from MFV’s roots in faith communities, and radiates throughout the organization, influencing the way MFV relates to public officials, to community members and to one another.

• Missouri Jobs For Justice
to build workplaces, neighborhoods, cities, states, and a country where each of us have what we need for a safe and healthy life from cradle to grave

• MitzVote
Utilizing Jewish wisdom to empower and enable students to engage in the election, local Hillels can support their students in civic education, activating their peers, voting, and celebrating their civic engagement.

• Montana Human Rights Network>
(406) 442-5506
progressive public policy, combating white nationalism, and supporting community organizing. We addresses issues of: LGBT Equality, Economic Justice, Immigrant/Refugee Rights, Anti-Semitism & Islamophobia, and Tribal Sovereignty..The Network has over 10,000 members and supporters and 10 affiliate groups. . take part in the democratic process from contacting elected officials, testifying at public hearings, showing up at rallies, to writing letters to their local papers.

• More Perfect Union,
We’re helping working people to be seen and heard in media coverage. More justice. More accountability. More power for the people. A More Perfect Union.

• More Than A Vote
fighting for African-Americans’s voting rights as well as advocating criminal justice reform

• MOSES Action - MI
(313) 962-5290
develops grassroots leaders of color, promotes widespread civic participation, and empowers community members to act as powerful advocates for themselves and their communities in the public arena.

• Motivote
voters get tailored “nudges” via email & SMS – based on their state-specific details, key deadlines, and personalized voting plans.. Powered by behavioral science, our tools empower colleges, companies & causes to manage and optimize their civic engagement and voter initiatives

• MOVCA – Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action (304)-488-4384
focuses on raising awareness of the science supporting the urgency of dealing with global climate change by presenting educational programs and participating in local campaigns.

• MOVE Collaborative (MO Organizing And Voter Engagement)
Contact on Home Page
The Missouri Organizing and Voter Engagement Collaborative (MOVE) exists to empower ordinary people to reclaim democracy in the state of Missouri. MOVE’s role is behind-the-scenes, supporting existing grassroots movement organizations in developing and executing strategic integrated voter engagement plans.

• MOVE Texas
nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization working to build power in underrepresented youth communities through civic engagement, leadership development, and issue advocacy.

• Move To Amend (916) 318-8040
coalition of hundreds of organizations and hundreds of thousands of individuals committed to social and economic justice, ending corporate rule, and building a vibrant democracy that is genuinely accountable to the people, not corporate interests.
We are calling for the #WeThePeopleAmendment to the US Constitution that unequivocally states that inalienable rights belong to human beings only, and that money is not a form of protected free speech under the First Amendment

• Movement Labs **
technology to achieve tangible outcomes in areas like voter registration, candidate recruitment, and elections. We’re able to rapidly incubate ideas, train volunteers, and deploy a team

• Movement Voter Project Gen:
Billy Wimsatt
moving money to well established grassroots groups with long term progressive power goals in key states

• MoveOn.Org
rapid-response organizing and campaigning, communications interventions, digital innovation, rigorous data science and testing, and culture of grassroots participation have repeatedly combined to produce real-world impact

• My Next Vote
Contact Page:
fun polling app that will, not only tell you where and when your next official vote is, it will allow you to create and share a poll pertaining to anything you want.

• NAACP – national offices
driven the hardest-fought wins for civil rights and social justice — with you by our side, we can accelerate the next milestones for Black Americans.

• NAACP - GA (Ray McClendon)

• NAN (National Action Network)
(877) 626-4651
works to ensure that every vote in every community across the nation is counted. NAN is leading the fight against voter suppression and voter

• NARAL Pro-Choice America – 202.973.3000
hold political leaders accountable at the ballot box.. organize and mobilize to protect that freedom by fighting for access to abortion care, birth control, paid parental leave, and protections from pregnancy discrimination.. Fight to elect champions who don’t just agree with the 80% of Americans who support the legal right to abortion, but truly fight for reproductive freedom.
• National Black Justice Coalition **
year-round GOTV efforts encourage and support voters in learning about and engaging with elected officials, shaping and advancing legislation, and supporting policy implementation at every level.

• National Council Of Jewish Women - NCJW
Media: Gen:
encouraged voter engagement for decades by registering people to vote, educating communities on the issues we care about, strengthening and expanding voting rights, and getting out the vote

• National Democratic Redistricting Committee
centralized hub for executing a comprehensive redistricting strategy that shifts the redistricting power, creating fair districts where Democrats can compete.

• National Domestic Workers Alliance
There are nearly 2.5 million domestic workers in the United States. The majority are immigrants and women of color, who have historically faced challenges at the polls…educate and engage underrepresented women of color voters because we know that when women of color vote, we build a better world.
• National Exchange Club 419.535.3232
educate and encourage people not only to register, but also to cast their vote on election day.. month-long voter registration drive project. The second is to organize election day voter services, including transportation for voters, child care, staffing polls and general education.

• National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund
Queer the Vote coaches LGBTQ+ leaders towards growth, building grassroots people power, and creating the conditions to deliver concrete wins for LGBTQ+ people. We offer training and partnerships in key states that identify, empower, and train a cohort of field leaders

• National Nurses United
175,000 members nationwide, is the largest union and professional association of registered nurses in U.S. history. unifying three of the most active, progressive organizations in the U.S.

• National Priorities Project
(413) 584-9556
providing the information, tools, and motivation necessary to catalyze strategic citizen action around fiscal issues that affect us all.. inspires individuals and movements to take action so our federal resources prioritize peace, shared prosperity, and economic security

• National Urban League **
Legislatures have voted.. make it harder for you to vote despite overwhelming public support for making voting fairer, safer, and more accessible. Our Reclaim effort seeks to (1) Register more voters, (2) Educate more voters on their rights, and (3) Motivate more voters to get out to the polls to protect our democracy.

• National Vote
to replace the Electoral College with the direct election of the President and Vice President by amending the U.

• Native American Voting Rights (A project of the Native American Rights Fund) 303-447-8760
Resources for tribes, communities, and individuals that want to improve voter services. Voter
toolkits and state guides available. . . Resources for anyone who wants to organize and make
sure that people outside of our communities do not define our borders or divide our power.

• Native Vote
(202) 466-7767
gotv- community mobilized early, starting with registration.. mobilize and assist tribes with the upcoming elections.. providing toolkits.. distributing e‐newsletters and promo items.. Public Service Announcements (PSAs), and hosting telephone conferences, webinars, and training.. Native lawyers to assist with the Election Protection component of this campaign.. planning to distribute materials to assist all Native Americans in knowing their voting rights

• NCAAT in Action (North Carolina Asian Americans Together)
the get-out-the-vote efforts of North Carolina Asian Americans

• NCBCP (The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation)
(202) 659-4929
civic engagement and voter participation in Black and underserved communities.. through service/volunteerism, advocacy, leadership development and voting.. diverse constituency base including civil rights, labor, and business organizations; fraternities and sororities; women, youth, educators, faith leaders, public policy makers, researchers and others

• NCEL (National Caucus of Environmental Legislators) 202-744-1006
Likening rights of religious expression and speech to the right to clean air, water, these amendments serve to emphasize environmental health and safety as being part of our basic civil liberties

• NCTE (National Center For Transgender Equality) (202) 642-4542
Voting is a key part of our participation in society and having our voices heard in the issues that affect us all, and we have the right to vote regardless of gender identity.

• NEA -National Education Association
largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education.. “As trusted members of the community, educators must speak up to defend voter access and call out elected officials who threaten those rights.” article:

• Netroots Nation
Since 2006, Netroots Nation has hosted the largest annual conference for progressives, drawing thousands of attendees from around the country and beyond.

• New American Leaders
Press: 646.813.3152
New Americans hold immense political power. From school boards and city councils to Congress and the White House, we have the power to transform… trained, organized, and mobilized hundreds of bold, progressive leaders to run for office

• New England United 4 Justice (NEU4J)
(617) 265-7100
strong grassroots organizing model that centers the leadership and voice of low-income residents in the neighborhoods we serve. We engage and empower families to speak up and become a part of the solution

• New GA Project Action Fund** - (Ray McClendon)
(404) 996-6621
NGPAF is on a mission to increase the civic participation of the New Georgia Majority—Black, Latinx, AAPI, and young Georgians—and other historically marginalized communities by building grassroots political power in support of progressive candidates, policies, and issues.
• New North Carolina Project
expanding the engaged electorate and creating #LifelongVoters.. uniquely designed to power NC’s ground game through targeted community ambassador programs, innovative data validity, strong partner relationships, deep canvassing, and a coordinated, state-wide field program.

• New Pennsylvania Project (NPP)
engaging and empowering young residents and those living in underrepresented and often neglected communities of color and immigrant communities to vote, providing education about the issues that matter in their neighborhoods and mobilizing the electorate to vote

• New Virginia Majority
(571) 699-3139
We want our elections to be fair, our votes to count, and our voices to be heard.

• NextGen America
youth voting organization that’s using innovative digital and field strategies to turn out young voters in key states

• NH Rebellion
15,000 grassroots activists are building the base for reform through mass-participation walks, candidate questioning, online organizing, and public presentations in town halls, churches, colleges, libraries, rotary clubs, and homes

• Nonprofit Vote
We help nonprofits engage the people they serve in voting and elections.. We are the leading source of nonpartisan resources to help nonprofits integrate voter engagement into their ongoing activities and services..

• NOPE (Neighbors Defending Democracy)
…by supporting Democratic candidates in battleground states, protecting voting rights, and partnering with grassroots groups in those states to win elections.

• North Carolina Asian Americans Together (NCAAT)
nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to supporting equity and justice for all by fostering community among Asian Americans and allies in North Carolina through civic engagement, leadership development, grassroots mobilization and political participation.

• NOW - National Organization for Women
dedicated to its multi-issue and multi-strategy approach to women’s rights, and is the largest organization of feminist grassroots activists in the United States

• NRAF (The National Redistricting Action Fund)
We’re building the legal and technological infrastructure necessary to support long-term redistricting efforts, bolstering legal challenges, and supporting ballot initiatives to change redistricting practices where possible.

• NRDC (Natural Resource Defense Council)
Action Center:
more than three million members and online activists with the expertise of some 700 scientists, lawyers, and policy advocates across the globe to ensure the rights of all people to the air, the water, and the wild

• NUIFC (Native Urban Indian Family Coalition - DII - Democracy Is Indigenious)
(202) 659-4929
icreasing civic engagement and voter participation in Black and underserved communities.. through service/volunteerism, advocacy, leadership development and voting.. diverse constituency base including civil rights, labor, and business organizations; fraternities and sororities; women, youth, educators, faith leaders, public policy makers, researchers and others..adopted a year-round civic engagement program structure

• NVC (National Voter Corp)
mobilizes volunteers to assist grass roots voting organizations nationwide so that every voter counts and every vote is counted.

• NY Association On Independent Living
not for-profit, non-government membership organization that promotes the independent living and rights of New Yorkers with disabilities.. through advocacy, education, resources, referral and the exchange of information.. it is up to the disability community to let candidates know the power of the community’s vote and to elect politicians with inclusive civil and human rights agendas.

• NY Communities For Change
(347) 410-6919
community organizing, direct action and legislative advocacy to advance the cause of social and economic justice. Our organizing is premised on two simple truths: that when we knock on doors and meet people, the fabric of the community is tightened; and that when people are agitated not from one side to another, but from the bottom up, our movement is unified.

• OC Action
to build an AAPI-Latinx-Labor-Environmental Justice Alliance and to develop progressive political power. This has been the result of decades of community organizing and integrated voter engagement in the region. Underrepresented communities across Orange County have undergone significant shifts in local empowerment in recent years.

• Ohio Organizing Collaborative
From our voter registration efforts launching statewide, our formerly incarcerated and child care leaders organizing for a more dignified life, and our students fighting to preserve an honest and accurate education – everyday Ohioans are making good trouble all over our state.

• Ohio Voice
to support and grow the ecosystem of non-profit, non-partisan organizations doing year-round civic engagement with underrepresented communities in order to win progressive governance

• OLE (Organizers In The Land Of Enchantment) - NM
Press: Marie-Pier Frigon, Communications Director
voter turnout among people of color is alarmingly low, OLÉ engages members, community and ally organizations in order to create independent political power rooted in racial, gender and economic justice

• One AZ
One Arizona was formed in 2010 as a direct response to the growing disenfranchisement of voters and to the attack on our Latino community in the form of SB1070. Since then, One Arizona has grown to include 28 organizations representing diverse communities across Arizona, working side by side to build a culture of civic engagement and democratic participation and registering over half a million voters, and counting.

• One PA
broad coalition of labor, faith, and students’ organizations fighting to make powerful changes that transform our communities. At the center of our work is civic engagement, our members speak at school board hearings, lobby state representatives, deepen voter engagement

• Open Democracy- NH
to stop the influence of wealthy interests in politics, ensure fair redistricting, and protect the freedom to vote. We envision a government accountable to the people, free from the corruption of big money politics.

• Our Future
(312) 243-3035
OurFuture and Progressive Breakfast are projects of People’s Action.. To defend our rights, defend our democracy

• Our Future VA
voter engagement.. member of the #CountMeInWV Coalition.. increase Census participation in WV so that our state is accurately represented and funded.. through civic engagement, grassroots-led policy change, developing local leadership, and bringing diverse voices together.

• Our Revolution (Hal Ginsberg)
Our Revolution is an American progressive political action organization spun out of Senator Bernie Sanders’s 2016 presidential campaign to continue its work

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• Our Vote Texas
Committed to advancing voter rights education and good public policy in Texas through advocacy and outreach!

• OVRC (Ohio Voter Rights Coalition)
partnering with national, state, and local organizations to once again organize an Ohio Election Protection program. The goal of our non-partisan election protection program is to ensure Ohio voters have the information they need in order to cast their ballot. We work to minimize barriers to the ballot box, particularly for under-represented communities.

• PA United **
building a multi-racial, working class movement for long-term change.made over 3 million calls and sent over 1 million texts to flip Erie County and increase Democratic vote share in four counties for the first time since 1992

• PA Youth Vote
getting all 18-year-olds in the Keystone State to the polls on Election Day. Through youth programming and peer-to-peer voter registration, teacher and organizational partnerships, and advocacy across the state, we work to ensure youth are prepared to vote on election day and become civic leaders.

• Pacifica Strategies
public affairs and strategic communications firm working with organizations and individuals striving for peace, prosperity, and justice…Issue advocacy and campaigns.Digital organizing and fundraising

• PCUN (Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste)
voice for Latinx immigrant families by ensuring Latinx voters turnout for BIPOC candidates and issues that aligned with “si se puede” values, dignity, and respect. We believe civic engagement can increase prosperity for immigrants, and people of color across the state.

• PDA - Mike Hersh <> Mike Fox, <> Alan Minsky
to build a party and government controlled by citizens, not corporate elites-with policies that serve the broad public interest, not just private interests.

• Peace Action
.Peace Voter, Peace Action has distributed millions of pro-peace voter guides in states and Congressional districts across the country.

• People Count
Rand Strauss
voters will be able to answer questions on pressing political issues such as political reform, the environment, healthcare, and many other issues, and see the results of what Americans want

• People Demanding Action (“civic arm of Progressive Democrats of America)
to build a society and government controlled by citizens, not corporate elites. We will fight to preserve public education, the commons, environmental justice and social justice.

• People For The American Way media:
encourage civic participation, defend fundamental rights, and fight to dismantle systemic barriers to equitable opportunity.

• People Power of Florida
We are building a multi-class, multi-racial and multi-generational coalition that shows up in different communities, at campuses, and across the Sunshine State to help people access their right to vote.

• People’s Action **
movement of millions that captures the rising demand for change in our society. Formed from the merger of powerful national organizations, we also come from a storied history of innovation and success

• Permian Gulf Coast Coalition Coordinator
Angel Ulloa
coalition of more than two dozen grassroots, Indigenous, and ally organizations building power to challenge one of the largest climate threats on earth: the rapidly expanding web of oil and gas wells, pipelines, petrochemical plants, and export terminals from the Permian Basin of west Texas and southeast New Mexico to the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast.

• Peter Welch For Vermont <>
champion of voting rights and campaign finance and election reforms that will put power back in the hands of the people.

• Pizza The Polls
delivering free food for all to polling places with long lines. We’re also sending ‘za and tasty snacks to people who are waiting in long lines while participating in other forms of civic life. Send us reports of long lines wherever people are doing their civic duty and we’ll send in the delicious reinforcements.

• Poder Latinx **
By 2050, Latina’s growth will be the largest voting force! Latinas are becoming active decision-makers in our democracy. We are building the Latina electorate for this and future elections at all levels national, state, and local elections. Voter engagement Canvassing

• Poligon
to create a fair and functional democratic system, where everyone can participate, every vote is counted, and every voice is heard.​ Muslims must mobilize votes to demonstrate strength and solidarity during times when so many communities are under attack.

• Poll Hero Project
We help young people find opportunities to get involved in elections, campaigns, non-profits, and more.. Cities: Denver, Philadelphia, Boston, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, DC, Atlanta, and more to come… The Poll Hero Project was founded by a group of Princeton University students, Denver East High School students, and a University of Chicago Booth School of Business graduate who care deeply about democracy and non-partisanship.

• Power Coalition For Equality and Justice (Louisiana)
voter engagement and community organizing work.. power mapping, listening sessions, organizing, voter engagement, policy advocacy, and leadership development

• Power Switch Action
(510) 201-0081
national community of leaders, organizers, and strategists forging multi-racial feminist democracy and economies in our cities and towns. Our network of 20 grassroots affiliates weaves strategic alliances and alignments amongst labor, neighborhood, housing, racial justice, faith, ethnic-based, and environmental organizations.

• Power The Polls **
coalition of businesses and nonprofits seeking to recruit a new wave of poll workers

• Power The Vote
eams develop relationships with state and local election officials and use those relationships to expand voter access and resolve large-scale voting issues

• Pride At Work
to self-organize and act collectively to advance the power, needs, and interests of the working class in addition to the principles of justice, true democracy, and equality

• Priorities USA
building an infrastructure to persuade and mobilize voters in order to protect the White House, our majorities in Congress and chart a path forward for sustainable Democratic power at the federal, state and local level.

• Pro Georgia State Table
brings together the power of existing non-profit groups to work in a more strategic way, with new tools and technology, to change the policies of our state.

• Progress Florida
(727) 289-2612
Mobilizing Floridians across the state to win a more progressive Florida.. Helping Floridians in both English and Spanish make their plan to vote by providing easy online options to register to vote, sign up to vote by mail, vote early, or vote on Election Day.

• Progress North WI><
making the wealthiest few pay their fair share, we can ensure that everyone — Black, white and brown, native and newcomer — can earn a good living and have a good life

• Progress Now

we promote progressive ideas and causes with creative earned media strategies, targeted email campaigns, and cutting-edge new media

•  Progressive Caucus Center - (Liz For Indiana),;
The Congressional Progressive Caucus
• Progressive Turnout Project / Postcards TO Swing States>
Initiatives are solely focused on motivating Democrats to exercise their right to vote..If you live in AZ, GA, NC, NH, NV, PA or WI, we have a new program called Neighborhood Letters

• Project High Hopes
Project High Hopes is a nonprofit operating foundation which engages in innovative programs in the areas of civic responsibility, elderly independence, and worldwide health. (Parent org of Inspire2Vote)

• Project Vote
to build an electorate that accurately represents the diversity of this nation’s citizenry, and to ensure that every eligible citizen can register, vote, and cast a ballot that counts.. engage in advocacy, litigation, research, and technical assistance

• Promise AZ (602) 288-3663
PAZ connects and helps train leaders to build confidence, promote Latino leadership, and encourage civic involvement in our communities.

• Promote the Vote 2022
ballot initiative will make voting more convenient and secure especially for working parents, military families who move frequently or get deployed overseas, elderly voters, voters with disabilities, and rural voters who live or work far from their polling location…A coalition of organizations and individuals committed to ensuring Michigan has a voting system that works for all of us.

• Protect Democracy><
History has shown that the best way to protect democracy is by standing united in its defense. Donate to help us to scale up our efforts to educate, advocate, organize, and litigate on behalf of the values we all hold dear.

• The Protect Our Winters Action Fund (POW AF)
(303) 900-4027
works to make action on climate change a top policy priority for the outdoor sports community.. confusing to know who’s the good guy or the bad guy on the ballot. we’re all on the same team with the same goal in mind: protect our playground from the effects of climate change and those who choose to ignore it. When our passion turns into action, we can bring real political change.

• Public Citizen
Communications Officers (Press): Patrick Davis; David Rosen Gen:
corporate cash to the immoral assault on voting rights. We work every day to defend against these threats and advance bold reforms.

• Public Wise
Persistent and unyielding in our commitment to a just multiracial democracy, Public Wise fights to secure a government that reflects the will and protects the rights of the people. We accomplish this through education, research, organizing, funding, and partnerships that support more voting and more equitable representation

• Push Black **
​​PushBlack is a nonprofit dedicated to raising up Black voices. We are a small team but we have an outsized impact: We reach tens of millions of people with our BLACK STORIES every year.We fight for CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM to protect our community. We run VOTING CAMPAIGNS that reach over 10 million African-Americans across the country.

• RAD - VT
(802) 448-0326

• RAD (Rights And Democracy) - NH
recruit and train community leaders to run for office who will support a progressive agenda for working people and for the climate..leadership development training, issue education, and events; as well as providing technical assistance and volunteer recruitment support.

• Radical Registrars
we put our collective pain and anger towards engaging our community through youth-led, youth-focused voter registration and voter education. We are Black woman led.

• RAZE (Rural AZ Engagement)
void when it comes to civic engagement and voter registration programs that make rural Arizona communities their sole focus and this perpetuates the disengagement

• re:Power ** 651-645-3939
supported thousands of candidates, elected officials, campaign managers, and community organizers from across the country through training, coaching, facilitation, campaigning, and capacity building

• Reclaiming Our Democracy<
to reclaim our democratic rights as citizens of the United States of America to have a government that truly represents and supports the needs and desires of all people.

• Represent Us
Joshua Graham Lynn
RepresentUs is building a non-partisan movement to pass tough anti-corruption laws in cities and states across America, and end the legalized corruption that has come to define modern politics.

• RepresentUs NM
largest grassroots anti-corruption campaign in America. Together, we’re stopping political bribery, ending secret money, and fixing our broken political system.. Keep up with legislative milestones, initiatives passing through the system, local events, and opportunities to participate

trains and hires community college and university students to organize campaigns focused on eliminating tuition and fees, expanding financial aid and ending student hunger and homelessness, and getting out the vote.

• Rock The Vote **
Media inquiries: – (202) 719-9910
For 30 years, Rock the Vote has revolutionized the way we use pop culture, music, art, and technology to engage young people in politics and build our collective power..

• Roots Action
galvanizing people who are committed to economic fairness, equal rights for all, civil liberties, environmental protection — and defunding endless wars

• Run For Something
Run for Something will recruit and support young, diverse progressives to run for down-ballot races in order to build sustainable power for Democrats in all 50 states.

• Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural
Communications: ELLIOT@RURALCO.ORG
integrated program of public policy monitoring, technical assistance and capacity-building, participatory collaborative research, and education so that together we may secure the best possible federal policy outcomes

to build South Asian political power, we ran innovative and multi-pronged campaigns to engage voters in key districts across Texas

• Scrutineers
Training and mobilizing a US Election Fairness Force to protect the freedom to vote and achieve transparent elections we all can trust.

• SEIU (Service Employees International Union)
Media: 202-730-7162
Gen: 202-730-7000
union of about 2 million diverse members in healthcare, the public sector and property services who believe in and fight for our Vision for a Just Society

• Sen. Don Harmon
39th Dist. IL – Senate President agenda advocating for better educational opportunities for our children, greater access to affordable health care, government and ethics reform, and economic opportunity for all.

• Senate Majority PAC
Running transparent, low-overhead, independent campaigns, we defend Democrats from Republican attacks, aggressively contest open Senate seats, and go after Republicans on their own turf.

• Sister District **
50,000+ volunteers nationwide and has supported nearly 100 candidates, winning more than 70 races thus far! ..We “sister” volunteers from deep blue districts with carefully targeted races in swing districts.. volunteers canvass, phonebank, write postcards, textbank, and fundraise for candidates. We welcome volunteers and candidates of all genders.

• Small Planet Institute
empowering understanding of democracy as the wide dispersion of power, transparency in public affairs, and a culture of mutual accountability. We call it Living Democracy, enabling each of us to act effectively on emerging solutions from electoral politics and economic life to the environment, hunger, agriculture, and beyond.

• Smart Elections - Lulu Freisdat
We are transforming U.S. elections so they are secure, fair, accessible, well-administered and publicly verifiable.. In this special session of our SMART Elections’ Election Protection Forum we ask YOU what races and states to prioritize in our Nonpartisan Election Protection program

​ – SNaPCo (GA)
(404) 458-6909
Deeper than Visibility project and report is a love letter and ode to Black people in Atlanta and across the country. What our communities need most is political power and autonomy.

• Solidarity Strategies
Luis Alcauter,
Solidarity Strategies empowers progressive clients who inspire entire communities to participate in and strengthen our democracy. We work with candidates and organizations that fight to improve the lives of working families, protect the environment, and stand up for equality and civil rights.

• SONG Power (Southerners On New Ground)
organize thousands more LGBTQ Southerners to support progressive policies and candidates; and build movement infrastructure in Southern states that have been neglected by national funders and policy shops.

• Songs for Good
dedicated to amplifying the critical work of civic engagement movements through the universal language of song.

• Souls To The Polls WI
we have united Milwaukee faith leaders and their congregations to strengthen the voting power of the Black community. Since then, we have built relationships across the state, expanding the bloc beyond Milwaukee

• Southern Coalition for Social Justice (SCSJ)
committed to reducing barriers to the ballot box and making the freedom to vote safe and accessible

• Spaces In Action (SIA) - DC
amplify the work of existing programs by involving our vast network and integrating grassroots methods of communication, including a word of mouth model. To increase the voter registration roles, political engagement and the political power of our base, we incorporate Get Out The Vote efforts in all of our campaigns.

• SPLC - Southern Poverty Law Center
(888) 414-7752
works across the Deep South in collaboration with community partners and organizers to engage and mobilize voters, restore voting rights to returning citizens, pursue electoral policy reforms, and bring litigation to challenge unconstitutional and discriminatory voting practices.

• Spread the Vote; media contact: Emily Slatkow-
helps voters get IDs ahead of Election Day. Voter ID laws in particular affect communities of color, the elderly, and new voters. This organization helps people navigate state ID laws, can assist with application fees, and drives voters to the DMV to get an ID.

• Stamp Stampede <>
over 100,000 Americans legally stamping dollars to protest big money in politics and roadblocks to voting for minorities, students, disabled, and low-income people.

• Stand Up Alaska -AK
fair and equal voting rights are essential for a free and functional democracy. We advocate for legislation that improves access to voting for all people, regardless of race, class, or disability status.

• Stand Up America
reducing the impact of big money in our elections, and breaking down structural barriers that conservatives have built to stop progress

• Stand Up For Ohio
coalition of community, labor, civil rights, and environmental groups committed to building a coordinated movement for racial, social, and economic justice in Ohio

• Stands Up - PA
we all deserve to live with safety and dignity. We know that we need to elect transformative leaders who will create policy that works for all of us — in our own neighborhoods and across the state, to create a multi-racial democracy.

• Stands Up PA - Capitol Region

• Stands Up PA -Lancaster

• Stands Up PA- Lehigh

• Stands Up PA- Berks

• Stands Up PA-NEPA

• State Voices
nonpartisan state coalitions, called “tables,” works with hundreds of grassroots organizations to break down barriers to civic participation and to bring underrepresented and marginalized populations

• Student Voices;
in-house consulting practice, allows Student Voice to work with organizations to elevate youth partnership as a forethought in school and systems change.

• Students Learn Students Vote
Coalition is made up of campus, nonprofit, community, student, and philanthropic leaders who help student voters get more involved in our democracy. We act as their central nervous system, leading collaborations across organizations while coordinating national programs and campaigns, and distributing resources that go directly to organizers on the ground.

• Suburban Community Alliance
raise discrimination awareness, and bring entire communities together based on empathy, collaboration, and equitable philanthropic endeavors

• Sunflower Community Action
unite and empower people to achieve justice and equality for all, changing lives by developing grassroots leaders who identify problems and seek lasting solutions.

• Sunrise Movement Gen
contacted over 6.5 million voters in the primaries and general election creating the largest youth turnout in history..organized across the country in key battleground Senate and Congressional districts to elect candidates that support a Green New Deal.

• Supermajority
a membership-based organization dedicated to making women the most revered and respected voting bloc in the country. We believe that getting our representatives to prioritize women is the first step to building a world that does the same.

• Swing Left
building a lasting culture of grassroots participation in winning elections for the Left by making it as easy as possible for anyone to have maximum impact on the elections that determine the balance of power in our country.

• Swipe Blue
1 million volunteers reach over 23 million Democratic voters. Download SwipeBlue, and identify every Democrat on your contact list, especially in key states

• Take Action MN
(651) 641-6199
trains and elects progressive candidates who are committed to people-centered governance through endorsements and electoral campaigns, public leadership training, and the Movement Political Leadership Program.

• Take On Wall St.
to inform voters about the candidates’ views about financial reform, the campaign contributions they are (or are not) receiving from Wall Street, and in the case of incumbents, their voting record on financial reform,

• Take Action MN
Our Movement Politics department trains and elects progressive candidates who are committed to people-centered governance through endorsements and electoral campaigns, public leadership training, and the Movement Political Leadership Program.
• Team Bernie

• Team Warren

• Tennessee Campus Democracy Network Group
Tennessee’s only statewide network dedicated to leading nonpartisan support for student voting and civic literacy

• Texas Civil Rights Project
(512) 474-5073
Voting rights, redistricting – legal advocacy and litigation are critical tools to protect and advance the civil rights of everyone in Texas, particularly our State’s most vulnerable populations, and to effect positive and lasting change to law and policy.

• Texas Freedom Network
Media: Imedla Majia
150,000 religious and community leaders who support religious freedom, individual liberties and public education. Based in Austin, TFN acts as the state’s watchdog for monitoring far-right issues, organizations, money and leaders. The organization has been instrumental in defeating initiatives backed by the religious right

• Texas Organizing Project;
Houston (832) 582 – 0061 Dallas (214) 586 – 0867 San Antonio (210) 900 – 290
3 million low-propensity voters of color in Texas, of which, more than 900,000 are concentrated in the three counties where TOP organizes. TOP’s overall strategy is to raise the voices and participation of Black and Latino families in the decision making and electoral process

• Texas Rising
We are the young people of Texas. We are building a powerful movement that honors young people — especially young people of color. We are creating a more inclusive state and promoting equality and social justice for all Texans by organizing, advocating, voting and training future leaders.

• Texas Turnout Project
Coalition of nonpartisan organizations provide info and services that help remove obstacles between an eligible voter and the ballot box.

• The Arena (Summit)
to convene the activists, candidates, organizers, and donors inspired by the political moment. We’ve since hosted five Arena Summits across the country, reaching more than 2,500 people.

• The Black Collective (WA)
Establishing political priorities of the Black Collective Interviewing political candidates to determine alignment.. Making candidate recommendations..Reviewing legislation and initiatives

• The Blue Surge Turnout Fund
Laura Weisel weisellaura@gmail.comTom Hallock
supported by Force Multiplier, working in key state to empower people and multiply their impact on democratic institutions + the electoral process by raising funds.. partnership with America Votes Action Fund (AVAF), the state-based hub for progressive voter education and mobilization.. America Votes (AV) partners with hundreds of organizations, from major national groups like the AFL-CIO, Color of Change, EMILY’s List, League of Conservation Voters, Sierra Club, and Planned Parenthood to state and local community organizations of all sizes.

• The Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL- Stanford University 650-723-4581
interdisciplinary center for research on development in all of its dimensions: political, economic, social, and legal, and the ways in which these different dimensions interact with one another. We seek to understand how countries can overcome poverty, instability, and abusive rule to become prosperous, just, democratic, and well-governed societies

• The Collective PAC
working to fix the challenge of under-representation of the Black community in elected seats of power

• The Dolores Huerta Foundation **
(661) 322 3033
Teams of volunteer and paid canvassers are regularly deployed for door-to-door canvassing, tabling, and phone banking in an effort to register and inform eligible voters, encourage robust participation in the electoral process, and promote awareness of legislative bills that can affect their communities.

• The Hub Project
advocate for structural reforms to our democracy, and hold Congress accountable for upholding their oath of office during impeachment.. bipartisan coalition of veterans and national security groups

• The National Center for Civil and Human Rights
believes in justice and dignity for all – and the power of people to make this real. We inspire visitors and our other audiences with immersive exhibitions, dynamic events and conversations, and engagement and education/training programs.

• The Outrage<
leveraging the power of community + fashion to mobilize our growing network of activists to shift the political landscape of our country and change the world we live in.

• The Sixteen Thirty Fund
(202) 971-1337
We help changemakers maximize their impact by providing operational support that allows them to focus on advancing their core missions.

• Third Act
(Memo Line: Third Act)<
We fought for the protection of voting rights, and we continue to vote more than any other age group — people over 60 were about 50% more likely to cast a ballot in 2020 than those ages 18-29.. Gotv, postcards, youth registration

• Tides Healthy Democracy Fund ** (HDF)
charitable fund that partners with social justice donor networks and movement leaders to foster a healthier, more inclusive, and more reflective democracy. The primary purpose of the fund is two-fold: 1) Close the voter turnout gap, and 2) Defend the voting rights of communities of color, young voters, and the economically disadvantaged.

• Tony The Democrat / Postcard To Voters>
MyPostcard as an online retailer of high quality print-on-demand postcards and greeting cards joined forces with Postcards to Voters.. Postcards to Voters are friendly, handwritten reminders from volunteers to targeted voters giving Democrats a winning edge in close, key races coast to coast.

• TPU (The People’s Uprising)
serves as a collaborative partnership between community, elected officials, influencers, organizers and activists rising together to combat systemic oppressions. The People’s Uprising is a community organization focused on its four pillars: equity, access, justice and culture.

• Trilogy Interactive,,
Campaigns and causes across the country trust Trilogy to help them navigate all things digital. Tell us where you want to go, and we’ll create a custom plan to take you there. You’ll get the right set of services — no more, no less — provided by some of the best strategic minds in the space.

• TurboVote
election reminders and get help with voter registration and voting by mail ..TurboVote is a tool designed to help voters cast their ballots..keeps track of voter registration, absentee, and vote-by-mail rules for all 50 states

• Turrency Political,
Turrency Political is a women-owned full-service campaign consultant agency. We are a progressive firm that offers campaign development and communications strategy along with award-winning creative assists

• TWU (Tenants and Workers United) - VA
organizing low-income communities of color — workers, immigrants, women, and youth — to build power

• U.S. Vote Foundation
(202) 470-2480
provide online tools to assist US citizens living anywhere in the world to register to vote and request their absentee ballot using their state’s specific voter forms. This includes US citizens living within the US, living abroad or serving in the military

anti-capitalist mass-action organization dedicated to bringing real change wherever and whenever possible. We are one of 200 Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) university chapters who mobilize for tuition-free college, Medicare for All, a living wage, on demand abortion and much more.. from canvassing for our free laundry priority campaign to attending our meetings, reading clubs, or social events

• UFCW Votes (United Food and Commercial Workers) **
Every election season, members of our union family volunteer to talk to their coworkers, visit other worksites, and knock on doors to help “Get Out the Vote.” In some cases, members take time off from work and travel hundreds of miles to other states to encourage their fellow UFCW members to go to the polls.

• UFW (United Farm Workers)
championing legislative and regulatory reforms for farm workers covering issues such as overtime, heat safety, other worker protections, and pesticides.

• UJR (Union For Reform Judaism)
you can take action in the Reform Jewish Movement’s 2022 campaign to strengthen our democracy by encouraging and protecting voter participation.

• Un-PAC
(202) 736-2200
gateway drug to making our democracy truly representative and paving the way for solutions to urgent problems we all face.. Young Americans overwhelmingly care about climate change, affordable healthcare, student debt relief, common sense gun reform, immigration, and establishing a fair minimum wage.. Gotv, canvassing, organizing, petitions, direct action

• Unidos US
targeted get-out-the-vote campaign, conducted by a Latino led org to build Latino political power,, Arizona, Florida, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia.. issue-based advocacy campaigns.

• Unidos US Action Fund
invest in Latino registration and ongoing voter outreach. We are committed to involve our communities in the political process and advocate for the issues that Latinos care about.

Political Action: Gwen Miller:
robust political program to build worker power and turn key battleground states blue.. Take Back 2020 campaign in Nevada, Arizona, Florida, and beyond, we are dedicating ourselves to doing whatever it takes

• United Federation of Teachers (Teacher’s Union)

• United for Respect (UFR) -CA
national nonprofit organization fighting for big and bold policy change that improve the lives of people who work in retail

• United New Economy - CO
Building a multiracial voting majority to transform economic, political and social system.. UNE organizes and centers the voices of our most directly impacted grassroots members to address systemic oppression at the root cause

• United We Dream Acton
largest immigrant youth-led network in the country, our members are leading the fight for the dignity and respect of all immigrants. Whether we’re organizing in the streets, building cutting edge technology systems, opening doors for LGBTQ immigrant youth, clearing pathways to education, stopping deportations or creating alliances across social movements

• Up To Us
to move the needle with Gen Z. That means thinking about issues like voting, public health, and climate change through the lens of what will drive action with our generation..voter registration drive

• Upland Software **
Nonprofit, charitable, advocacy & political SMS software..Send real-time, personalized SMS messages to reach and engage supporters, donors, and volunteers…Text voting information and polling place locations, and help subscribers make a plan to vote

• USW (United Steelworkers - USWV -USW Voices)
(Voter Outreach postcards etc)
When union members cast their ballots, it makes our year-round work stronger because elected officials are more responsive to those who vote

• Verified Voting
election security, including post-election audits and election technology.

• Veterans For Responsible Democracy
maximize voter participation, and should work to make it is easier for all citizens to vote. Advocate for the right to vote by mail. Monitor and stand against voter intimidation.. Expand civic engagement.. Engage in and support peaceful protest, while opposing violent protest

• Victory Fund **
That’s why LGBTQ Victory Fund works to elect pro-choice, pro-equality candidates who are out members of the LGBTQ community to public office. Victory Fund rigorously reviews applications from around the country and we only endorse and support candidates we know can win.

• Virginia Student Power Network
multi-issue grassroots network of radical young organizers from universities across Virginia who are building power for democratic, diverse, and accessible education, as well as social, racial, and economic justice on our campuses and beyond.

mobilizing directly-impacted people to elect officials who will fight for a Caring and Compassionate democracy. By electing lawmakers who represent the interests of low income people and communities of color, we can fight for systemic change rooted in justice, compassion, and love

• VOCAL (Voices of Community Activists and Leaders - NY
community organizing, leadership development, advocacy, direct services, and direct action

• Voces de la Frontera
statewide organization building a movement to put people and the planet before profits..Join the Defend Black Voters Coalition

• Voces de la Frontera WI
membership-based community organization led by low-wage workers, immigrants and youth whose mission is to protect and expand civil rights and workers’ rights through leadership development, community organizing and empowerment.

• VOTE (Voice Of The Experienced)- LA
grassroots organization founded and run by formerly incarcerated people (FIP), our families and our allies. We are dedicated to restoring the full human and civil rights of those most impacted by the criminal (in)justice system. Together we have the experiences, expertise and power to improve public safety in Louisiana and beyond without relying on mass incarceration.

• Vote 411 - (by: LWV)
Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) in October of 2006, is a “one-stop-shop” for election related information. It provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information

• Vote America
builds technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American democracy for all eligible voters.

• Vote At Home
voters are automatically mailed their ballots several weeks before an election— and are provided multiple ways to easily return their ballot. Voters also receive electronic notifications from their elections office as to the whereabouts and status of their ballots, and instructions on how to quickly and easily correct any issues.

• Vote Forward
Gen: Press:
Our mission is to empower grassroots volunteers to encourage their fellow citizens in underrepresented communities to vote. We build tools to facilitate communications between Americans to help strengthen our democracy.. Write letters to voters in a “Social Campaign” to support Vote Forward’s core social mission of helping to increase the participation of historically underrepresented communities in the electorate.

• Vote Latino
has registered more than 300,000 young voters, many of whom they reached by launching the country’s first text-to-register voter registration campaign. They are also the minds behind National Voter Registration Day.

• Vote Pro-Choice
protecting reproductive freedom, from working to decriminalize care to defunding fake clinics and providing support to patients..36 states will vote for Governor. 84% of State Legislative seats will be decided this year. More than 21,000 School Board positions are up for election.

• Vote Riders
ensure that no eligible voter is prevented from casting a ballot that counts due to voter ID laws, either directly from lack of acceptable ID or indirectly because of voter confusion. VoteRiders educates voters and assists citizens to secure their voter ID.

• Vote Save America - Crooked Media
mobilize volunteers around both nearby and national opportunities to defend and grow progressive majorities

• Vote Vets Press: Eric Schmeltzer:
Securing voting rights and our democracy!
Veterans understand firsthand the importance of our democracy—swearing our lives to protect the right of every American to participate fully in our system. We’re keeping that oath today, by fighting to secure voting rights and combating attacks on our elections.

• Vote Water
Our new site represents one unified mission; to serve as the voice and conscience of 22 million Floridians who recognize the importance of clean water to marine life, human life, and economic vitality.

(GOTV) technology platform in America, with the goal of reaching historically underserved voters of color and underrepresented young voters. Through corporate and nonprofit partnerships, a large-scale community of grassroots donors, diverse coalition building, and influencer-driven outreach

• Voter Participation Center
membership-based organization dedicated to making women the most revered and respected voting bloc in the country

• Voter Protection Corps
political and legal pressure on local and state governments to ensure that laws are implemented fairly and capacity issues are addressed.. communicate with those citizens affected by voter suppression ..informed of their rights, and know the steps they can take to register and vote.. cutting-edge data science tools to complement our expert-driven legal analysis.

• Voter Reformation Project
Contact on homepage
The Voter Formation Project is dedicated to increasing participation in local, state, & national elections through digital communication, experimentation, & knowledge sharing

• Voters Not Politicians
(Voter protection Amendment initiative in MI)
The Promote the Vote 2022 coalition is collecting petition signatures to put this pro-voter initiative on the November ballot. This gives voters the opportunity to put the power back in the hands of ordinary Americans.

• Voters Of Tomorrow
led by young activists, strategists, and policy wonks. We know best how to turn out our own generation best at the ballot box… carry out research to fully understand Gen Z’s position on a range of issues..

• Voters With Disabilities (National Disabilities Rights Network)
David Card, Communication Manager 202-567-3522
Our right to access as voters with disabilities is guaranteed by law. No matter how you need to vote, whether by mail or in person, it is our right to participate in the political process..the majority of polling places not being fully ADA accessible.

States need to check ballots & eligibility. Join groups of citizens in your state.. Observers: tips and training Citizens check counts in some states Model laws for better elections Voter Group Resource List:

• Voting Rights Lab>
accelerating the movement for free and fair elections through expert analysis, research, and innovations. We track election-related legislation and current law in all 50 states and D.C. in our State Voting Rights Tracker.

• VOW (Voices OF Women)
though various training programs for new and active members. These programs focus on community organizing, political education, and understanding domestic violence; they combine workshops and hands-on experience in community organizing. We continually develop a new generation of advocates, activists, and leaders dedicated to social justice.

• Walk the Walk **
network of 6,000+ contributors in 47 states, we’ve moved nearly $5 million during the past two years to power strategic grassroots civic engagement initiatives in the most competitive geographies in the nation. In 2020, Walk the Walk USA’s grassroots partners played pivotal roles in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, among other states.

• Way To Win
fund state-based organizations across the country. Our commitment to the South and Southwest resulted in Democratic wins in Arizona, Georgia, and Nevada

• We The People Action Fund - MI
lasting impact requires rigorous and disciplined organizing that is intentional around political education, storytelling, power mapping, racial healing, cultural organizing, and strong alliance building.

• West Virginia State Building and Construction Trades Council
to engage in cultural, civic, political legislative, fraternal, educational, charitable, welfare, social and other activities which further the interest of building and construction trades unions, their members and the neighborhoods where they live and work.

• Western Native Voices **,
voter registration, voter mobilization, (GOTV) activities, training and mobilizing individuals to take action.. increase the number of newly registered voters, voter turnout, and engagement with elected officials..mobilize voters during early in-person voting and on election day. During early in-person voting, we offer ballot pick up, drop off and replacement, rides to drop off ballots, and GOTV efforts during satellite election office hours. We canvass neighborhoods from the corners of our nations to the centers of our cities. We help to protect the voter by conducting poll watching, providing information on voter rights, and monitor policy that impacts voting access. All work is nonpartisan.

• When We All Vote
Partner Sign Up:
earn the voting regulations and requirements in your state, how to request your ballot, how to find your polling place, and more.

• WI Conservation Voices
our work to improve voting rights puts power back in the hands of all Wisconsin communities.

• Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
initiated support for county board members around the state who were interested in passing resolutions demanding nonpartisan legislative and congressional redistricting.

• Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition (WDVC) 844-347-8683
non-partisan effort to help ensure full participation in the entire electoral process of voters with disabilities, including registering to vote, casting a vote, and accessing polling places.

• Women AdvaNCe
nonpartisan educational institute dedicated to improving the lives of North Carolina’s women and families by providing education and encouraging constructive public dialogue about progressive ideas and public policy initiatives

• Women Effect Action Fund
Contact on Homepage
advocates at the ballot box for women’s economic equity, highlighting the importance of family friendly economic policies to the electorate, building support for smart policies for women and families and holding elected officials accountable to passing the policies that their constituents support.

• Women Of Color Coalition
dedicated to building the political power of BIWOC and communities of color while supporting candidates and elected officials who best reflect our progressive policy mission and values.

• Women on the Rise 470.301.0322
grassroots organization led by women of color who are targeted and/or impacted by the legal system. Women on the Rise works to educate, heal, and empower ourselves, one another and our communities to demand justice, dignity, and liberation for all.

• Women’s National Democratic Club – 202-232-7363
promote awareness about how to combat threats to our democracy, such as helping recruit poll workers and poll observers (particularly in VA) as well as supporting secretaries of state and other election administration officials as they uphold the integrity of elections.. focusing on Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Nevada.

• Women’s Rights And Empowerment Network - SC
advance the health, economic well-being, and rights of South Carolina’s women, girls, and their families.WREN aims to address these issue areas by advocating at the Statehouse, educating and engaging community, and building a diverse coalition of partnerships

• Womens March
fight to end the filibuster, defend voting rights and reproductive freedom, and promote equal rights for all, we are working to rethink democracy from the ground up, exploring visions for what a government and political system rooted in feminist values might be

• Work Elections
Press: Eric Robinson
poll worker recruitment: a lack of accessible, centralized information for the general public..the site directs prospective applicants to statewide applications, if available. If no application exists, the site enables visitors to submit an email to their local jurisdiction, indicating an interest in serving. Some small and sparsely-populated jurisdictions have little to no information available online.

• Workers Circle ** 212-889-6800
an enlightened Jewish culture, and building and collectively engaging an activist community that fights for social and economic justice and civil liberties for all. . Our calls to voters of color support grassroots efforts by the NAACP, Black Voters Matter, and Mi Familia Vota to connect voters of color with the information they need to vote.

• Workers Defense Project
Gen: (512) 391-2305
community organization for low-wage, immigrant workers in the Texas construction industry.

• Working America ***
from our city councils and school boards to the halls of Congress.. We go door-to-door.. across the country, and build demand action

• Working Families Party **>;, (718) 222-3796
Organize outside the two parties, and then we recruit and train people-powered candidates up and down the ballot and run them to win

• Working Hero PAC (Sandberg)
traveled the country giving ground support and mobilizing supporters on social media, while elevating the issue of poverty in the elected.. mobilizing support around candidates and incumbents who support a broad agenda to end poverty

• Working Washington - WA
(253) 256-5176
to build a powerful workers’ movement that can dramatically improve wages and working conditions, and change the local and national conversation about wealth, inequality, and the value of work.

• Y Vote
cross-partisan youth voting movement through which young people connect their passions and beliefs with how they can make a difference, at and beyond the ballot box.

• Youth Activism Project
We train teens to become activist leaders in their communities.It’s time youth are no longer excluded from real world decision-making.

• Youth Engagement Fund
only donor collaborative dedicated to increasing the civic participation and electoral power of young people..serves as the megaphone for the youth civic engagement within the philanthropic sector.. building political participation and civic activism among young people, their networks, and communities.. uplift the voices and agency of Black, Indigenous, and youth of color to advance democratic governance

make registering to vote and encouraging others to register as easy as possible

• Zero Hour
youth-led movement creating entry points, training, and resources for new young activists and organizers (and adults who support our vision) wanting to take concrete action around climate change