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RELATIONAL REGISTRATION & TURNOUT DRIVES

Relational organizing - hiring young people to talk with their friends about registering to vote and voting - is one of the most effective techniques of increasing youth voter registration and turnout. TurnUp is hiring students in high schools that are unreachable with a physical registration drive to contact all of the seniors in the school and remind them to register to vote and to post about it on social media.

 

TurnUp is also hiring community and technical colleges to remind their peers to register to vote and to post about it on social media. To superpower youth voter turnout, TurnUp is hiring community college students in key states to remind their peers to vote and to post on social media. Finally, TurnUp is hiring low-propensity young voters to remind their friends to vote and post on social media. 

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347,205 relational text messages sent by TurnUp relational organizers and interns reminding their friends and campus communities to register to vote, request their ballot, or vote.

26,038 young voters registered to vote via relational organizing.

7,000 unregistered young people, low-propensity voters or interns mobilized to conduct relational organizing to remind their friends to register and vote.

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OUR WORK INCLUDES:

Help us register first time voters!

SUPPORT OUR HIGH SCHOOL & COMMUNITY COLLEGE VOTER REGISTRATION EFFORTS

Help us register, train, and organize our young people and get out the vote in key states for November by sponsoring a state TODAY! 

Our Democracy is depending on us.

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