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May 24, 2024
Here’s how blue state voters can help the Democrats’ swing-state efforts
In this Boston Globe piece on how blue-state Democrats can make the most impact on the 2024 elections, columnist Scot Lehigh makes the case for investing in local organizing through Movement Voter Project.
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May 10, 2024
Stories from the states: The power of early money
Thanks to early money, MVP partners are engaging voters on the issues and races that matter most to them. This in turn will help create a reverse-coattails effect in November, in which voter enthusiasm at the bottom of the ticket helps put our top-of-the-ticket candidates over the top.
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May 10, 2024
Last call for early giving: Find your “No-Regrets Number”
For those who’ve been procrastinating: If you or anyone you know hasn't yet sat down to figure out how much you plan to donate in this election year (and when), here are two tips.
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April 17, 2024
Why MVP is proud to support the Uncommitted movement
The Uncommitted movement is a new force to be reckoned with in American politics, shifting the conversation around Gaza by leveraging primary votes in key battleground states like Michigan and Wisconsin. They have a four-phase plan that includes fighting fascism and securing democracy at the ballot box in November. MVP believes their work is key to addressing the biggest challenge of 2024: The “Biden Enthusiasm Gap.” MVP Executive Director, Billy Wimsatt, shares why MVP has been supporting this strategy.
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March 06, 2024
Briefing recap: “Wake-Up Wednesday,” March 6, 2024
On March 5, Trump all but swept the "Super Tuesday" GOP primaries. The next day, we held a roundtable on how we win this fall, featuring Billy Wimsatt, MVP Executive Director, and MVP's four regional field directors, sharing candid analysis and behind-the-scenes strategic thinking.
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February 28, 2024
Michigan, the “Uncommitted” movement for ceasefire, and what we do about Israel/Gaza
Over 100,000 Michiganders vote “uncommitted” (instead of Joe Biden) in the Democratic primary. Here’s MVP’s strategic analysis of how this grassroots effort can (counter-intuitively) help Biden and Democrats win in November.