Working on Elections 2018
There are many ways you can work on helping turn elections “blue” and volunteer organizations to work with. Find ways that are fitting for you.
California Congressional races
Local groups most directly involved in elections
An activist alliance working to safeguard civil liberties, human rights and democracy by electing representatives and influencing the political process to reflect these aims.
Sister District has a strategic, targeted focus on critical state races that—if we win—will make it easier to win national elections by revisiting badly gerrymandered state districts.
Sister District aims to ensure that all Americans have equal representation and our government works for all people, not just the minority in power.
Actions: Phonebanking, postcards, textbanking, canvassing, events support, district captain committees, data & research team.
Swing Left helps you find and commit to supporting progressives in your closest House of Representatives Swing District so that you can help ensure we take back the House in 2018.
Find your closest Swing District and join the team to learn about actionable opportunities as they become available.
A national, non-partisan, umbrella organization to support equal voting rights for all and work towards full voter participation, by education about voting in America and by linking willing volunteers to organizations that are fighting for fairer elections.
Sign up to learn how to help citizens Register, Get Voter IDs, Vote, and Be Counted. Volunteer to help a state voting rights organization.
Many national organizations are fighting for voting rights for all. They need your help.
Join the data-driven, people-powered movement to flip our country around.
We can’t flip Congress without the states. State governments often draw the district maps for national elections—and controlling that process has given the GOP an unfair advantage. States control voting methods and set voting requirements. When the GOP suppresses votes, Dems lose.
From healthcare to racial justice, the laws that impact our lives the most are often passed by states—not by the federal government. Serving at the state level gets inspiring progressive Dems ready to run for national office. Compared to national races, state races are cheap.