This organization’s goal is to increase power in our communities. They help development infrastructure where little/none exists. This includes staff training, candidate development and network development. We advocate for policies to expand voting rights/access, including expanded early voting, resisting voter ID, re-entry restoration of rights and strengthening the Voting Rights Act. We also advocate for policies that intersect with race, gender, economic and other aspects of equity.
SLSV is an organization that offers campus checklists, sample campus voting plans, the #VoteTogether Initiative, the ALLIn Campus Democracy Challenge Resource Hub, and more!
The Native American Voters Alliance seeks to organize a Native American Electorate that is informed, active, and empowered to participate in the creation and implementation of a civic agenda that will improve the quality of life for native families living in New Mexico.
The All IN Campus Democracy Challenge is a national awards program that recognizes colleges and universities for their commitment to increasing student voting rates.
Rock the Vote is a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to building the political power
of young people. We’ve registered and turned out millions of young voters on campuses, in communities, and online. We’ve successfully fought for — and defended — voting rights and increased access to democracy. We’ve raised awareness and campaigned for issues that impact the lives of young people. We’ve pioneered innovative ways to make registration and voting work for our generation, and built open-source technology to empower other organizations, too. View our 2016 Impact Report here.
- Increase AAPI civic participation, which is broadly defined as community involvement.
- Increase partnerships by working together with a host of stakeholders.
- Become the preeminent organization for AAPI electoral and civic engagement.
Vote by Design takes a design-thinking and student-centered approach to building citizen agency and voter confidence. Our interactive, non-partisan curriculum allows educators, civic organizers, and community leaders to help next gen voters find clarity on what leadership qualities are most important to them in a U.S. President — and why.
Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national nonpartisan project that helps administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders at America’s colleges and universities engage students in federal, state, and local elections. We work with stakeholders throughout our more than 400 partner campuses to engage students in democracy. We provide personalized coaching, guiding schools on how to use our resources and navigate students through ever-changing barriers to voting.
They believe in the power of women to create a more perfect democracy. The League of Women Voters of the United States encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The League of Women Voters Education Fund works to register voters, provide voters with election information through voter guides as well as candidate forums and debates.
Ask Every Student, a project of the National Resource Consortium on Full Student Voter Participation, seeks to create research-backed processes, systems, and tools to answer that question. We’ve found that the key to reaching full student voter participation comes down to accessing a few minutes of individualized focus from every student on campus to prepare them to confidently navigate the democratic process.
The National Resource Consortium is a project of NASPA, NASPA LEAD Initiative, Fair Election Center and other partners
The TurboVote Challenge is a long-term, nonpartisan alliance of America’s leading brands who are committed to strengthening our democracy. Our goal: help America reach 80 percent voter turnout by 2024. By encouraging their employees, customers, and communities to participate in all elections, TurboVote Challenge members make up a coalition of leaders who are reinventing civic engagement in the United States.
Voting Writes offers resources for infusing college composition classes with civic education.
Incorporating civic education will:
Engage and empower students with contemporary topics.
Improve reading, writing, researching, and critical thinking.
Cultivate digital literacy.
Promote civil discourse.
Build good citizens.