February 14, 2023Kerry Washington: “Investing in grassroots leaders is investing in justice & equity”
At MVP, we work with community leaders and wayshowers who care about upholding our democratic values and inspiring young people across the country. Our work isn’t just about elections – we're working with our partners to build power among BIPOC communities who are the most impacted by politics and legislative change. One of our allies in this work is actress Kerry Washington, who we recently connected with for an exclusive interview.
February 03, 2023What Progressives Can Win for Minnesota in 2023
We have a lot to celebrate in Minnesota lately. After narrowly winning a Democratic Trifecta, re- electing progressive champion Attorney General Keith Ellison and Governor Tim Walz, the state has continued ramping up a new generation of progressive leadership. With the support of MVP’s grassroots partners, we now have a core group of legislators ready to make bold changes and uphold their commitments to the communities who elected them.
January 26, 2023Wisconsin Supreme Court: How We Continue Building a Progressive Decade
Wisconsin has always been a hub for progressive ideals, from education to labor rights and more. But after the election of Republican Governor Scott Walker, the progressive landscape and the opportunities that came with it drastically changed. But Wisconsin isn’t giving up on reviving their progressive past – and neither are we.
January 20, 20233 Things Movement Voter Project is Thinking About in 2023
Our #1 priority this spring is a seemingly-obscure state supreme court race in Wisconsin (see below) – and preparations for the 2024 presidential race have already begun! The MVP team is having hundreds of conversations to determine where, when, and how it’s most strategic to invest in the lead up to 2024 – and it’s not necessarily where you’d think!
December 22, 2022Top 25 Elections MVP Helped Win: How We Defied the Odds in 2022
Here are 25 of the closest and most consequential elections (and groups of elections) that MVP and our local partners are proud to have helped narrowly win in this cycle.
December 15, 2022We Can’t Talk About the Colorado Shooting Without Addressing Years of Anti-LGBTQ Rhetoric
“The hateful rhetoric we’ve heard from elected leaders is the direct cause of the horrific shooting at Club Q. We need elected leaders to demonstrate language that reflects love and understanding, not hate and fear.” —James Slaugh, a survivor of the shooting at Club Q.