Jackson Boaz, 15, has traveled to Des Moines, Iowa to knock over 1,000 doors for Elizabeth Warren. Door Knocking is the most important action in a campaign and allows for both volunteers and campaign staff to have conversations with every day Americans.
When Bianca Balderas' immigrant community became jeopardized under the new administration, she took a stand to spread information about their political power. Bianca, a political organizer at Make the Road Action, fights for immigrant and working-class voices to be heard at the ballot box and beyond.
After generations of a political disenfranchisement, Taylor Patterson hopes to build a new future for indigenous people in Nevada. Starting a new caucus works to unite her community and elevate the voices of those who are often unheard. Her focus now is to work alongside other minority caucuses this election cycle, in order to gain political clout and power.
Kwesi Chappin, Political Director at Color of Change, breaks down who belongs in politics and why you can't assume the people in charge have your best interests in mind or are more capable of addressing issues that you care about.
WHO BELONGS IN POLITICS?
Mike Draper started selling t-shirts on sidewalks after college. Now he has a swag empire where he uses humor to convey powerful political messages. Here, he explains why humor is so powerful and how to make a great slogan.
Chaos ensues during ballot and delegate counting for the Iowa caucus process in precinct 62. On the ground, a young woman steps into the line of fire, solving for the delegate totals amidst math and caucus-rulebook confusion.
Dreamer, activist, and president of the San Francisco Latino Club Sarah Souza on how all people, regardless of their immigration status, can take action this election cycle.
WHAT IF I'M UNDOCUMENTED?
As chair of the Asian American and Pacific Islander caucus, Dan Santos hopes to defy stereotypes of the AAPI community being politically apathetic, and to create opportunities for people to root their activism in a deep cultural history.
These Democratic Socialists of America are driving around Oakland for in order to Get Out the Vote on Super Tuesday. They used posters, loudspeakers, and a battle cry to remind as many people to vote as possible.
Jenna Pokorny started having conversations with people in person, face-to-face. She talked to people who she agreed with, and people she didn't. Jenna is now the staging location director for a canvassing site in Des Moines, Iowa where she trains volunteers on how to have real conversations while canvassing.
Alex Shiffer and his husband open their house every weekend for 12 hours a day in order to support volunteers canvassing. Staging locations like this are an essential part of campaign field work and here, Alex's hosting skills are invaluable.
Games like Animal Crossing are at the forefront of their new virtual organizing strategies - and they need you more than ever. Here, NextGen organizers Crisaly Marquez-Santos and Briana Megid share how they've transformed their islands into havens for voter registration and political conversation. Gamers, let's game!
Elise is writing an article for her local paper to bring awareness to the extreme pressures Gen Z feels today. She believes art has the power to change people’s minds and shift the political landscape.
Amanda Litman, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Run for Something, and Max Perrey breaks down why down ballot races are so important. City council candidate Max Perrey explains our role as citizens to learn about them.
WHAT ARE DOWNBALLOT RACES?
Tanner Halleran is lighting matches all over the state of Iowa. Whether it be on his college campus or rural hometown of Sigourney, this 20-year-old is throwing events to help politicians connect directly with his neighbors and friends.