Events

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Flip the Vote is supporting three locally-embedded groups in Georgia that are working to win the Senate runoff races on January 5 and build lasting strength in their communities.

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Heard about chasing, harvesting, and curing ballots? Concerned about naked ballots? Join us for a lively discussion about the myriad ways that national, state, and local activists are collaborating to protect the 2020 election from interference, intimidation, and chaos.

Safeguarding Our Election: How Defenders of Democracy are Gearing Up to Make Sure Every Vote Counts is on Sunday, October 11, 2020 5 pm PT/7 pm CT/8 pm ET.

Featured speakers Jamila Martin, Michigan State Advisor at Movement Voter Project, national Fight Back Table participant, and Angel Gober, Western PA Organizing Director at One Pennsylvania, are on the front lines planning for rapid-response actions in key states to ensure that our election is fair and legitimate.

Join Flip the Vote for our upcoming speaker event on Sept. 20 at 5:30 pm PT/ 8:30 ET. Ignored No More: The Power of the Latino Electorate will feature Tomás Robles Jr. of LUCHA and Claudia Rodríguez of Latino Decisions in conversation about stories from the trenches and the latest data trends regarding Latino voter engagement.

How we win North Carolina in 2020 with Advance Carolina

Sunday, July 12, 2pm PT/5pm ET

Advance Carolina is a statewide, independent, Black-led, 501c(4) organization with a mission to build political and economic power in Black communities and institutions in North Carolina.

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How We Win Voter Turnout with Voter Participation Center

Sunday June 14, 3-4 pm PT (6-7 pm ET)

The Voter Participation Center (VPC) targets young people, people of color, and unmarried women--the Rising American Electorate-- who will have an outsized impact in this year’s election. Their cost-effective, data-driven approach has helped over 4 million people register to vote and cast their ballots since 2003. Learn how VPC’s innovative methods will reach millions of neglected potential voters, and how your support will make the greatest impact per dollar. Join the conversation! BYO cocktail, glass of wine, or other beverage; or snacks of choice; and of course include your family members and friends.

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Virtual Cocktail Hour with TakeAction Minnesota

Thursday May 28, 6-7 pm PT, (9-10 pm ET)

TakeAction Minnesota is a statewide, multiracial, multi-generational, grassroots membership organization. TakeAction MN brings together people and organizations to build a people-centered democracy that works for all of us. TakeAction MN’s success in November will help to win the presidency, elect progressives into office, and flip the state Senate blue. Learn more about TakeAction Minnesota’s important work by joining the conversation. BYO cocktail, glass of wine, or other beverage; or snacks of choice; and of course include your family members and friends.

Get quick facts about TakeAction Minnesota’s work here.

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Virtual Cocktail Hour with Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA)

Thursday May 14, 6-7 pm PT, (9-10 pm ET)

LUCHA is a grassroots organization that builds power with Arizona’s working families and in the Latino community to advance social, racial and economic justice for all. Using grassroots campaigns, leadership development, advocacy and civic engagement, LUCHA works to create an Arizona in which every person enjoys equal rights, opportunities and protections, and that their members’ voices are heard by candidates and elected officials. LUCHA’s success in November will help to win the presidency, elect a Democratic U.S. Senator, and flip Arizona’s statehouse blue. Learn more about LUCHA’s important work by joining the conversation. BYO cocktail, glass of wine, or other beverage; or snacks of choice; and of course include your family members.

Get quick facts about LUCHA’s work here.

Contribute to LUCHA.

Virtual Cocktail Hour with Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC)

With Special Guest Senator Tammy Baldwin (WI)

Thursday April 30, 6-7 pm PT (9-10 pm ET)

BLOC engages in community organizing in Milwaukee in order to build ongoing relationships and lift up the Black citizens, leaders, and businesses of their communities. BLOC empowers Black leaders with the tools, training, and resources needed to organize and guarantee that their issues, concerns, and values are represented at all levels of government. Their success will help win the presidency, defend the Democratic majority in Congress, and overcome widespread voter suppression in Wisconsin. Learn more about BLOC’s important work by joining the conversation. BYO cocktail, glass of wine, or other beverage; or snacks of choice; and of course include your family members.

Get quick facts about BLOC’s work here.

Contribute to BLOC.

Virtual Cocktail Hour with Detroit Action

Thursday April 16, 6-7 pm PT (9-10 pm ET)

Detroit Action is a grassroots, community-based organization working to build power among Detroiters of color. Their working class members are on the front lines in today’s health and economic crisis and Detroit Action is working to ensure that the voices of these heroes will be heard in November. Their success will help win the presidency, defend the Democratic majority in Congress, and flip the MI state house. Learn more about Detroit Action’s important work by joining the conversation. BYO cocktail, glass of wine, or other beverage; or snacks of choice; and of course include your family members.

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Virtual Cocktail Hour with One Pennsylvania

Thursday April 2, 6 pm PDT (9 pm EST)

One PA focuses on neglected voters--primarily voters of color--in Pennsylvania's three most populous counties (Philadelphia, Allegheny and Delaware). One PA is entrepreneurial and has already adjusted their 2020 plans in response to COVID-19 to register voters and get out the vote. Their success will help win the presidency, defend the Democratic majority in Congress, and flip the PA state legislative. Learn more about One PA’s important work by joining the conversation. BYO cocktail, glass of wine, or other beverage; or snacks of choice; and of course include your family members.

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Email us at info@flipthevote2020.org if you would like a recording of any of our past events.