More voters will vote with an absentee/mail-in ballot in 2020 than ever before. But the smallest mistake can invalidate your vote. Here’s how to make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
With less than a month go, GOP donors are abandoning Trump and pouring money into the Senate. Here are the newest ratings for the competitive Senate races and how we can help.
Georgia won’t be easy to win for the Democrats in 2020, but the prizes for winning it are huge. Here’s 13 ways to help boost turnout.
Declaring a winner for that first presidential debate is rather pointless. Besides, I’m far more interested and invested in making sure Biden is the winner in November.
Amplifying Trump’s incendiary comments about the validity of the election could erode people’s trust in the election, so we must avoid giving his ideas more oxygen. This is what we should be doing instead.
With 39 days until Election Day, there’s no time to lose. Quickly grab some crucial information to share and act on today!
The Week of Action kicked off on National Voter Registration Day, and continues through the week. There are many ways to get involved — which will you choose?
There are many ways that you can get involved with National Voter Registration Day. Be sure you confirm you’re registered to vote and then help someone else get ready.
In the age of covid, talking to voters face-to-face is out, so text banking is a great backup. Here’s how to get trained to help Joe Biden and Kamala Harris get out the vote.
Making a plan to vote is fairly simple — you just need to think through a few questions. Follow these prompts to get ready to vote.
A guide to talking with people about the importance of voting, and overcoming their objections.
Studies have shown that people are very influenced by social norms, and so social media can go a long way to turn out the vote.
Winning the White House without retaking the Senate is not what we want. Without the Senate, Joe Biden won’t be able to do much legislatively. Without the Senate, Mitch McConnell will pull every trick in the book to block every… Read More ›
How do you feel when you hear that a state has closed down a bunch of polling locations? As for me, I get really angry whenever I hear that. Prior to this year, when I heard about polling places being… Read More ›
After a long primary season, we now have officially nominated our Democratic ticket: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. But even though the Democratic Convention is done, our work is far from over. If you watched any part of the convention,… Read More ›
While the country has been focusing on the presidential race at the Democratic Convention this week, I thought it’d be good to look into the latest news from a handful of critical Senate races. Doug Jones (D) – Alabama I… Read More ›