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Voices from the states

Stories from local vote groups that Movement Voter Project helps support.
Faith In Indiana
“MVP donors moved $45,000 to fuel the largest all-volunteer voter activation effort in Indiana. With their support, Faith in Indiana bumped voter turnout 13% among African Americans and 24% among Latinos in 2016 to win the nation’s most progressive transit tax by 19 points. Already, 250 new bus routes are getting people in isolated communities of color to work across central Indiana. With a stronger electoral muscle, we overturned the state’s cash bail system, beat back an immigrant detention camp slated in Elkhart IN, and launched Act Indiana – a new c4 state table gearing up to reshape Indiana’s electorate by talking to 100,000 Blacks, Latinos, and working families ahead of the 2018 midterm.”
Black Voters Matter
“Movement Voter Project has been an amazing partner for the Black Voters Matter Fund. MVP donors quickly moved close to $100,000 in resources that we deployed to 35 grassroots organizations in 17 counties in Alabama and helped drive historic Black turnout in the 2017 Senate race. More importantly, MVP stuck with us after the election and has continued to be a thought partner, movement building ally, and key funding conduit that has allowed Black Voters Matter Fund to spread our model and deepen our work in 5 additional states in the South, with a focus on supporting local leadership in dozens of extremely neglected black rural counties in states like Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee.”
Ohio Student Association
“MVP donors moved $40,000 to OSA in 2018, which helped us double our fellows capacity. Our fellows are building volunteer student teams in ring counties to close out signature collection for our historical criminal justice ballot initiative. This campaign is the only sentence reform state ballot in country in 2018! Their added capacity has helped us close out 30 of the 44 counties we need for qualification of the ballot. Building their expertise in the field will make them and OSA’s fall GOTV program one of the strongest in the country.”
Ignite NC
“In 2016 Movement Voter Project moved over $20,000 to seed and launch our first statewide C4 program along with continued support for our C3 work. We were able to hire an additional 15 fellows on 12 campuses to pass our voter guides, send text messages, and host events at the polls. This funding helped to flip the governor’s race and win a decisive NC supreme court seat. Most importantly, this funding allowed us to be a stronger organization for 2018.
“MVP donors have allowed us to really reshape who we think of civic engagement in the Black community. Through their support we are able to connect candidates for Governor and Sheriff’s candidates directly to the community. We are able to shift the narrative and educate the Black community in Milwaukee on what is at stake and why we need to show up for a political process that was not meant for us to participate in.”

Organizing through the pandemic

Learn how local groups have adapted their organizing during the pandemic.
Read updates from the field