Political organizing

The Future of Political Organizing "Post-Pandemic"

by Ben Holse (He/Him)

We’ve written a lot about political organizing and tactics like canvassing and phone banking in the past. But what does the future of political organizing hold in a post-pandemic world? Will digital be more important than in-person? How will grassroots and tech work together? What will the role of data be?

Political canvassing

Why Canvassing Matters

by Joe Fuld (He/Him)

Canvassing is special to me. I love knocking on doors. I think it is still a vastly underrated form of communication. Post COVID-19, canvassing is coming back in a big way and campaigns should plan for it now. Why do I think canvassing is so special? Because of the connection, direct contact grassroots combined with paid ads make with targeted voters in a personal and systematic way.

GOTV -  Get Out The Vote letters in the word vote hanging off a clothesline

GOTV: Get Out The Vote - Voter Turnout Strategies

by The Campaign Workshop

Get Out the Vote (GOTV) or Voter turnout, describes a campaign strategy for candidates or organizations to get eligible voters to head to the polls or return their ballots by Election Day,  GOTV is an essential part of any campaign strategy and can make the difference between winning and losing an election.

Pile of mail-in voting envelopes and "I Voted" stickers and an American flag

Debunking the Myth of Mail-In Ballot Voter Fraud

by Elena Veatch

No one should have to choose between making their voice heard in a pivotal presidential election and risking their life by voting in person during a pandemic. That’s why states have taken measures in 2020 to make mail-in voting easier for and accessible to more voters. This fall, states like California are automatically sending ballots in the mail to all registered voters (rather than just those who explicitly request a ballot).

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