• Voter Turnout Strategies

    Oct 01, 2020 by Shelley Rees

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    How to Prepare for Election Day with Voter Turnout

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  • Debunking the Myth of Mail-In Ballot Voter Fraud

    Sep 28, 2020 by Elena Veatch

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    Mail-In Ballot Voter Fraud Is Extremely Rare

    Mail-in ballot voter fraud is the biggest problem that doesn’t exist.

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  • Canvassing Campaigns Still Matter

    Apr 07, 2016 by Joe Fuld

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    Don't knock door-to-door canvassing

    Canvassing is special to me. I love knocking on doors. I think it is still a vastly underrated form of communication. Why do I think canvassing is so special? Because of the connection direct contact makes with targeted voters in a personal and systematic way. With any paid medium you need repetition over a condensed period of time.

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  • How and When to Use a Voter ID Program

    Mar 28, 2016 by Ben Holse

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    Voter ID: How and When to Include a Voter ID Program

    For the majority of campaigns, having a strong voter ID program will be vastly important. That’s because in many small and local elections, the election will really be won or lost by less than 1,000 votes. So making sure you are talking to exactly the right people is absolutely essential.

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  • The Future of Political Organizing | Grassroots Organizers

    Feb 25, 2016 by Ben Holse

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    What Does The Future Of Political Organizing Look Like?

    We’ve written a lot about political organizing and tools like canvassing and phone banking in the past. But what does the future of political organizing hold? As a former organizer who likes to stay up to date on all the latest trends, allow me to dust off my crystal ball and give you my take on the future of political organizing.

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