Update as of September 2022

Flip the Vote 2022 Successes

  • 124 house parties completed, 22 additional parties (and counting!) on the calendar

  • 7 Election Countdown Parties scheduled–sign up to co-host here!

  • $2 million raised

  • $12,000 raised per party

  • 2-5 parties generated from each party

Election Countdown Co-Hosted Parties

To maximize our impact ahead of the midterm election, Flip the Vote is holding a series of Election Countdown Open House Parties with dozens of co-hosts and hundreds of guests. We will provide all of the information you need to invite your network. You can invite 10 friends or 100 friends - it will take all of us!

Sign up to co-host an Election Countdown Open House here!

Grassroots Partners Making a Difference

Advance Carolina created a podcast series, When They See Us Vote, to educate and engage their communities for a deeper understanding of current issues

Asian American Advocacy Fund (AAAF) contributed to Georgia wins in 2020 and continues to strategically reach out to voters at the local level

Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC) connects with Black voters to secure support for Democratic candidates and draws national acclaim for turnout efforts during COVID

Detroit Action ensures that voters have accessible information to make sure their votes count and works in coalition to maximize their impact

Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA) builds power to elect Democrats and is featured in Stacey Abrams movie All In: The Fight for Democracy for its work to combat voter suppression

Make the Road Action Nevada builds power in Latinx, immigrant, and working-class communities of color to advance progressive electoral and policy change

Make the Road Action Pennsylvania is effectively engaging working class voters of color in key parts of must-win parts of the state

TakeAction Minnesota persuades voters with deep canvassing as featured in the New York Times

2022 Speaker Events

Were you inspired by our guest speakers and want to know more of what they have to say? See more below. Did you miss any of our community speaker events? Email us at info@flipthevote.org to request the recordings.

May 24: Winning in 2022: Effective Messaging with Dan Pfeiffer and Make the Road Pennsylvania

Dan Pfeiffer was White House Communications Director and senior advisor to President Barack Obama. He is a host of Pod Save America where he has frank conversations about American politics with other former Obama aides and guests. You can order his new book, Battling the Big Lie: How Fox, Facebook, and the MAGA Media Are Destroying America here.

The Supreme Court Is Broken and Grassroots Organizing is the Remedy

July 28 (Part 1) featured author and historian Lawrence Goldstone and Angela Lang of BLOC

Lawrence Goldstone is a prolific author and constitutional historian who has written critically about the role of race and slavery in this country’s history. He currently writes for the Fulcrum, where you can find his frequent commentary and analysis of current affairs. You can order his latest book, On Account of Race: The Supreme Court, White Supremacy, and the Ravaging of African American Voting Rights, here. In 2021, this book won the Lillian Smith Book Award, which honors those authors who, through their writing, carry on Smith's legacy of elucidating the condition of racial and social inequity and proposing a vision of justice and human understanding.

August 24 (Part 2) featured lawyer and journalist Dahlia Lithwick and Alejandra Gomez of LUCHA

Dahlia Lithwick is a senior editor at Slate, where she has written her "Supreme Court Dispatches" and "Jurisprudence" columns since 1999. Her work has also appeared in the New York Times, Harper’s, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The New Republic and Commentary, among other places. She is host of Amicus, Slate’s award-winning podcast about the law and the Supreme Court. You can preorder her upcoming book Lady Justice: Women, the Law, and the Battle to Save America here.

September 22: Gen-Z: The Future of Democracy

Young people are shaking up how we think about organizing to build electoral power. Three dynamic young organizers from our grassroots partners Advance Carolina (NC), Detroit Action (MI), and LUCHA (AZ) are going to give the Flip the Vote community an inside look into the issues that energize young voters and the momentum that is driving them to the polls.