Teaming Up to Increase the Election Wins

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A good collaboration can have a multiplier effect.

So, I was thrilled to hear yesterday that two of my favorite organizations who work tirelessly on elections–Swing Left and Flippable–are teaming up!

Last year, Swing Left focused on flipping the U.S. House, and Flippable worked on state level elections, and they both saw fantastic successes. They both work with local activists and organizers in all of the target states and have impactful ways for people outside of those critical states to help, too.

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Going forward, they have big plans for 2020 (that is, right after they focus on flipping the Virginia state legislature in 2019!) In 2020, they want to flip the White House, the Senate, and flip the crucial state legislatures that will play big roles in the once-a-decade redistricting that will happen after the 2020 election.

I strongly encourage you to sign up to get their updates and calls to action, if you haven’t already. You can sign up HERE, and/or look for the group closest to you HERE, and search for events close to you HERE. I just looked and a group close to me has an event coming up soon to tackle voter registration.

I guess you could say that these two incredible groups feel that they will be stronger together. (wink, wink, nod, nod) For those of you who want to make sure 2020 goes our way, this is the team to be a part of!

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