On the Frontline for Democracy
Year One Impact Report for All Voting is Local & All Voting is Local Action June 2022 – June 2023
counties with All Voting presence serving 21 million people of color
voters with expanded access as a result of AVL programs
distributed in grants to state and local partners through All Voting is Local.
distributed in grants to state and local partners through All Voting is Local Action.
voters reached via text, mail, voter guides, and handouts
public testimonies, forums, and events
press and media hits
We partnered with the Nevada Asian Community Development Council to design and produce more than 10,000 Chinese voter guides—more than doubling our goal.
Our Michigan team spearheaded a celebratory “Spirit of Democracy” event in Detroit to counteract anti-voter disinformation and uplift a pro-voter message. We brought together 15 partner organizations and 200 people to honor election workers defending democracy and to share voter resources.
Proposition 309 posed a major threat to voter access. It would have required stricter ID requirements and made it harder to vote by mail and in person, especially for Native American communities. Although 70 percent of people surveyed said they’d vote for the proposition in September of 2022, AVL Action delivered a coordinated, community-centered response that ultimately defeated the measure.
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