Do you want to see election deniers and conspiracy theorists win elections in your local community? If not, this is what you need to do to stop them.
The 3rd Person Running in the Georgia Elections in January
Everyone knows about the two Georgia Senate runoffs happening in Georgia on Jan. 5. But there’s a third race on the ballot, and winning this one is really important for several reasons.
July 2020: Special Elections and Primaries
Is it Tuesday? Well then, there’s probably an election happening somewhere in America. Do you want to help boost turnout in 2020 and help to increase awareness of elections? If so, please vote if there is an election happening in… Read More ›
Battleground Arizona: Time to Flip the State Legislature
Do you want Republicans running your state government? As we see more evidence that Trumpism is showing its face in state legislatures, it becomes even more important that we gain control over the power to write and pass legislation. We… Read More ›
What Is Your State Doing Right Now About Policing?
The Black Lives Matter protests are into their third week, but have they produced any results? There are some initial, encouraging signs. Although not every state legislature is in session right now, there has been movement in some states. Some… Read More ›
Battleground North Carolina: Let’s Flip the State Legislature
We can agree that Republicans have no business governing anywhere in the country, right? It’s not just that Trumpism seems to have infected politics at the state level, it’s not even that the Republican party doesn’t seem to have any… Read More ›
June 2020: Special Elections and Primaries
Is it Tuesday? Well then, there’s probably an election happening somewhere in America. Do you share my goal of increasing awareness of elections and boosting turnout in 2020? If so, please vote if there is an election happening in your… Read More ›
Election 2020: Flipping the Michigan State House
Could Michigan be more of a battleground state in 2020? I’m not sure how it could be. It is, famously, one of the 3 “blue wall” states that Trump won by the narrowest margin in 2016. Since then, however, Michiganders… Read More ›
May 2020: Special Elections & Presidential Primaries
If it’s Tuesday, there’s probably an election happening somewhere in America. Do you share my goal of increasing awareness of elections and boosting turnout in 2020? If so, please vote if there is an election happening in your district. Then,… Read More ›
A Fully Blue Virginia Just Massively Expanded Voting Rights
Oh, the power of voting locally. Since the 2016 election, left-leaning voters in Virginia have been fired up, and have been winning state legislative (and executive) seats. They made huge gains in 2017 and then finally flipped both chambers of… Read More ›
Checking In On the Blue Wave
Since we have a short breather before the impeachment hearings start back up again, I thought we should take a moment to check in on how Democrats have been faring in elections. First up, our big win on Saturday. John… Read More ›
2019 Elections: The Results You May Not Have Seen
The big headlines from Election Night were great, of course, but there are so many other stories that flew under the radar. Here are some of those stories. Wins from the states Tucson, Arizona: Tucson’s first female and first Latina… Read More ›
Can You Guess How Many Elected Officials There Are In Your District?
Let’s have a little fun this Friday. How many elected positions do you think there are for your district? Or, put another way, how many positions could you run for in your community based on where you live? You… Read More ›
Texas: Are You Registered for the November Election?
An “off-year” election isn’t any less important than any other election. I hope that the last few years has opened all of our eyes to how important every single seat is. Texas has an important election coming up on November… Read More ›
Elections in October 2019
If it’s a Tuesday, there is an excellent chance that an election is happening somewhere in the country. Democratic enthusiasm has not been quite as high as in 2018, so I encourage you to help promote these elections wherever you… Read More ›