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AOC with Petitions

Petitioning With Reach

In many states, petitioning for ballot access is one of the first challenges that a field team has to take on. The process can labor-intensive, subject to terrible weather, detail-oriented, difficult to track, and a

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Get Out the Vote with Reach

With election day fast approaching, ensuring that voters turn out is key. In this election in particular, GOTV looks different – it’s not just ensuring voters know their polling location for early voting or election

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Reaching in a Time of Social Distancing

We hope everyone is able to stay safe and healthy during such a chaotic time! With the significant shift that COVID-19 has brought to our society, the campaign landscape has changed. Many progressive organizations and

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Hosting a Reach Volunteer Training

You’ve already set up your campaign, your survey questions and tags are good to go, and you’re ready to get out canvassing! But before your excited volunteers start hitting the pavement, get them set up

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Using Reach for Street Canvassing

Street Canvass Success Getting people to stop and talk to you on the street for long enough to get real data can sometimes be a challenge. Especially in NYC, where we’re located, people tend to

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Reaching Voters in Cold Weather

Cold Weather Canvassing It’s that time of year again! Worried about the inevitable winter campaign slowdown? Or maybe you’re running for office in San Diego, in which case, we’re just jealous. For everyone else that’s

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Relational Organizing with Reach

RVT Overview Relational Organizing, or specifically Relational Voter Turnout (or “RVT”) is the idea that when someone you know asks you to do something or tells you information, you’re more likely to do it, believe

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Vote Tripling with Reach

Reach is expanding the way and places that progressive canvassers talk with voters. Vote tripling multiplies the impact of those conversations. Now, wherever you meet voters, you can ask them not only to vote for

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