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Support Force Multiplier's Democracy in Action Slate!

The Force Multiplier Democracy in Action slate supports grassroots organizations that are expanding the electorate 
+ building democracy in 6 critical states. All groups on this slate are
non-partisan 501c3s + provide an opportunity for tax-advantaged giving.


ARIZONA: Worker Power Institute-Arizona (formerly known as CASE) 

A multi-racial, multigenerational organization dedicated to achieving economic, social + racial justice through civic + policy engagement. In the 2023-2024 cycle they will focus on expanding the electorate: 

•  Worker Power Campaign School - To train lead field organizers in a campaign to survey independent voters on their issue concerns in Maricopa County

•  Canvass, register + educate voters for Phoenix City Council election

•  Collect more than 30,000 voter registration applications, including for permanent vote-by-mail among young people of color in Maricopa County + rural areas of central southern Arizona

•  Mass voter education: Recruit 700 canvassers to knock on at least 1.5 million doors in support of reproductive rights + minimum wage ballot initiatives


GEORGIA: New Georgia Project 

•  New Georgia Project is a nonpartisan effort to register, civically engage + build power with the new Georgia majority – the large + growing population of Black, brown, young + other historically marginalized voters in the Peach State.

•  NGP plans to register 50,000 new voters with 20 full time organizers working on issues campaigns such as childcare, housing affordability, abortion rights + ​environmental justice. Campaigns include:

    • Black Mamas initiative focused on maternal health + safety  

    • CLEAR initiative aiming to cancel college debt working with NGP chapters on campuses, affordable childcare + affordable housing  

    • My Community, My Hospital focused on hospital closings in Georgia + their effect on healthcare, especially in rural areas. Georgia is “closing hospitals + building prisons.”

    • Legalizing marijuana + getting BIPOC into the industry

    • Faith in Action program working with religious groups 

    • The purpose of these initiatives is to empower the voters of Georgia + encourage their participation in future elections.

MONTANA: Forward Montana Foundation 

Forward Montana is committed to building political power in Montana young people. They have programs for 14-18 year olds +18-35 year olds. They focus on leadership development, voter registration (including pre-registration of 17 year olds), voter education, public forums, issues advocacy + voter turnout. Their work includes:

• Using community events such as music festivals to register, educate + activate young voters. Goal for this election cycle is to register 8000 voters; 3100 registered so far this year. 

• Ongoing relationships with 12 high schools to pre-register + educate 17+ year olds about voting

• Conduct a campus tour which includes rural tribal colleges


Trains + mobilizes volunteers to educate, register + empower North Carolina citizens to vote, focusing on historically marginalized people - low-income, currently + formerly incarcerated, with disabilities, ages 16-25 + or people of color (POC). Headquartered in Durham, they have regional offices in Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Wilmington, Greensboro + Raleigh + are active in 60 of North Carolina’s 100 counties which are home to over 70% of the state’s population.​


OHIO: Ohio Women’s Alliance 

OWA is a  power-building reproductive justice organization providing programming, resources + education for women, femmes, gender-nonconforming folks + youth throughout Ohio. Having helped defeat the August ballot initiative restricting citizen-led ballot initiatives, they're now focused on voter mobilization for the November initiative to protect the right to abortion through a constitutional amendment. They have a goal of 400,000 voter contacts utilizing both paid + volunteer canvassers. Outreach will be by phone, text, digital, site-based + in-person canvassing. Preliminary results from the August 8 special election show particularly high turnout + support among women, BIPOC + young people - exactly the demographics that OWA is targeting. 


Their efforts in 2023 will generate new, informed + enthusiastic voters + volunteers, building organizational capacity for the future.


Builds power in Latinx, immigrant + working-class communities of color in five Pennsylvania counties: Lehigh, Berks, Philadelphia, Luzern + Bucks. Pennsylvania’s Latino population grew by 45% since 2010 according to 2020 census data. Their 2023 priorities are:

  • Engaging voters in critical municipal elections, prioritizing voter registration of low propensity voters of color

  • Educating voters about their rights to no-excuse vote by mail under Act 77 + pushing forward voting rights expansion legislation which would enable same day voter Voter ID + ensure language access 

  • Building relationships with election directors to provide language access to elections. Ensuring recruitment of poll workers involves cultural awareness + intentional recruitment from Black, Indigenous communities of color​.

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