Using every election as an opportunity to change voting behavior, we track our voters’ long-term voting habits to maximize the cumulative impact of our work.
With behavioral science-informed messaging, we call, canvass, mail, and send digital ads to millions of low-propensity environmental voters each year with just one goal: turning them into better voters. Since 2015, we have contacted 9.5 million non-voting and seldom-voting environmentalists and helped convert almost 1.5 million of them into “super voters” who now consistently vote their values in every federal, state, and local election.
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The Rise of AAPI Environmental Voters - Webinar & Panel of Experts
Join the Environmental Voter Project to learn about our latest research on Asian American Pacific Islander environmental voters, followed by a discussion and Q&A with Christine Chen (APIAVote) and Molly Kawahata (Systemic Impact Strategies) on the unique challenges and opportunities of AAPI organizing and political power.
Phone bank into Denver, CO
Join the Environmental Voter Project on Election Day to turn out low propensity environmental voters in Denver, CO ahead of their June 6th municipal runoff election!
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Rise of the Asian American Environmental Voter
Overlooked in Climate Politics: Will Maine Get a Customer-Owned Utility?
Overlooked in Climate Politics: Don’t Frack with Our Water!
Welcome to the inaugural edition of “Overlooked in Climate Politics” — the Environmental Voter Project’s new monthly newsletter that gives you a quick rundown of 3 under-reported stories in climate politics. We hope you enjoy the newsletter and forward it to your friends (they can sign up here)! In this edition, we highlight a city charter amendment in El Paso, TX, a County Executive race in fracking country, and a bunch of new voting laws.