SEED THE VOTE
win elections, build movements.
Who Are We?
Seed the Vote became a volunteer powerhouse to help defeat Trump and flip the Senate. Then we turned that people power to organizing in the 2022 midterm elections and the Georgia runoff.
We are committed to supporting the work of grassroots groups who are leading the way on key federal election fights and growing our movements for the long-term. We recruit, train and support volunteers to knock doors and make calls with these organizations. Sign up here to get involved in our ongoing work in 2023.
Who Do We Work With?
We partner with grassroots organizations rooted in working-class communities and communities of color in battleground states, including unions, that have been organizing for years and will continue building political power after the election. We also coordinate with national movement forces to align and collaborate on a shared strategy to defend and expand our democracy and fight for our freedom dreams. Below are details about our work in the 2020/21 election cycle. For the 2022 midterms, we grew our existing relationships in GA, AZ and PA, and built with new groups in NV, WI and NC.
In Georgia in 2021 we partnered with the New Georgia Project Action Fund, Asian American Advocacy Fund PAC“, Showing up for Racial Justice, Mijente PAC / GLAHR Action Network, and UNITE HERE. We made calls and organized on-the-ground delegations to get out the vote ahead of the Senate run-off election.
To defeat Trump in 2020, we worked in the following states:
In Arizona we partnered with LUCHA, who fought SB1070, took down Sheriff Arpaio, and are building the power of Latinx communities. We also partnered with UNITE/HERE Local 11. Our volunteer power helped make it possible for the progressive coalition in Arizona to make over 19 million calls and knock over 1 million doors.
In Florida, we partnered with the New Florida Majority, who focus on building electoral power with communities our political systems have marginalized. Seed the Vote helped New Florida Majority and their coalition Florida for All have over one million conversations with voters leading up to the election.