As a Voter to Voter Ambassador, you can make your own team or join an existing team. We already have a sub-initiatives if you’re interested in working within a particular demographic.
City to City
City-based teams championed by city leaders in friendly competition to have the highest increase in turnout. Current cities participating: Westwood, Mission, Prairie Village, and Roeland Park.
Teams composed of and focused on turning out members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Faith in Democracy
Congregations working to increase civic engagement through their church community.
Teams composed of and focused on turning out Latinx voters.
Teams composed of and focused on turning out young voters (18 – ??). Many high schools and colleges have teams.
Relational organizing is when you encourage people you already know to vote.
Then they do the same through their networks. Over and over and over, until everyone is voting.
It also happens to be the best way to increase turnout; research shows that turnout increases by more than 10% when voters are encouraged by their friends. And that impact is even more pronounced when looking at people who don’t regularly vote.
In the 2020 general election, our Voter to Voter contacts turned out at 91% compared to 71%. And, for infrequent voters, our Voter to Voter contacts turned out 25% more than statewide.