Canvassing

Canvas better with smarter software

Canvas better with smarter software

Canvas better with business software that does more and costs less. Canvassing is vital to register more voters and mobilize supporters. Think beyond the voter file to find unregistered voters. How can grassroots groups canvas houses not in a voter file? Use other lists or canvas door-to-door to add new records? Conduct community surveys? Do …

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Use external data sources to find unregistered voters

How the Florida Key Dems located eight thousand unregistered voters

“Seek and ye shall find” – Mathew 7:7 Philip Dodderidge is the Vice-Chair Florida Keys Democrats and searching for unregistered voters in the Florida Keys. He found 8,468 residents not in the Voter File in a project that took three days and cost $200. This is how he did it. It’s good to have the …

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Canvas better with free innovative app to fight voter suppression

Grassroots canvassing made free and simple

Grassroots groups canvas to register voters and fight voter suppression. “The GOP’s 2022 Strategy: Voter Suppression or Bust. After failing to suppress enough Black votes to steal the 2020 election, Republicans are preparing for a heist the next time around.” – The Nation Fighting voter suppression requires helping eligible voter be prepared to cast their ballot …

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Fight the connectivity poll tax that blocks poor voters by canvassing in disconnected communities

Fight the connectivity poll tax that disenfranchises poor voters

Connectivity is a poll tax that stifles voters in Black, Brown, indigenous and rural communities who cannot afford to get online. “Poll taxes were essentially a voting fee used to keep African Americans from voting in southern states. Eligible voters were required to pay their poll tax before they could cast a ballot. In 1964 …

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