The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted traditional get-out-the-vote tactics -- so it’s up to organizers and activists like us to get creative. You can play a key role in turning Americans out this year by writing letters to unlikely voters. With the stakes this high, we must make sure every voice is heard on Election Day.
Town Hall Project and AARP have come together to create a map of aid groups in every state who are organizing volunteers to help anyone who is at risk and the workers who are on the front lines of this fight. If you want to help, or you need help yourself, you can click here to search their map and find a group near you.
We have good news: Thanks to your calls, Congress just passed a COVID-19 relief package that includes $400 million to help states prepare for the 2020 election by expanding vote-by-mail, early voting, and online voter registration.
On December 13, 2019, the House Judiciary Committee voted to approve two articles of impeachment, charging Donald Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The articles will now be voted on by the full House of Representatives. We break down both articles here:
Securing this funding is yet another example of our power as grassroots activists. We stood up to protect the foundation of our democracy — free and fair elections — and won.
Progressives are organizing to win at the state legislative level because they know that to stop partisan gerrymandering, pass meaningful gun reform, tackle climate change, and decrease the influence of big money in our elections, we need to win progressive power.