Power to the polls


  • Women's March P2P/GOTV Trainings

  • As we continue to go from a March to a Movement, we must continue to be on the ground doing important work. Important work is not done without money to support the work: educational events and materials in multiple language, transportation (getting people TO the polls), training, and connecting people across communities.

  • Be part of a continuing movement and see the important change we need in our state. Help us bring POWER TO THE POLLS in November by donating to our GoFundMe page. Your power is showing up for candidates you believe in, and bringing both yourself and friends to the polls in November.

Youth voter engagement


  • Young Voter Engagement Guide
  • It is shaping up to be a life-changing election season. We will have the opportunity to show Minnesota what is important to us by electing representatives that look like us, fight like us, and protect the rights of those whom we love - children, immigrants, refugees, people of color, people who experience mental health challenges or live with disabilities, and women from all of our many communities. Our futures are tied to each other.

Support Your Candidate


  • How to Support A Political Candidate

  • The time is now. Our voice, our bodies, and our communities are under attack. Every day WMM works to amplify the voices of women and their communities and right now - for the rest of 2018 - we need your help to get out the vote (on Twitter #GOTV). We need to activate and vote like our lives depend on it, because for most of us this is very, very true.

  • Winning elections to influence policy cannot be done without your help and without people on the ground ensuring that our voices are heard on the ballot and at the voting booth.


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Did You Know?

 

Women In Minnesota

Source: https://tinyurl.com/y7ac39j7
 

Voter Issues for 2018. Ages 18-29

Source: http://iop.harvard.edu/spring-2018-poll

Presidential Election 2016

Source: https://tinyurl.com/ybzrgmkh
 

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN VOTER TURNOUT 2016

Source: https://tinyurl.com/zm6rdfo
 

In 2017, Minnesota created the LARGEST event ever in the state: Women’s March. And on Saturday, June 30th, we did it again. We showed up, we marched, and we made it clear that we are not okay with what is happening in our government. The fight for equity, equality, and justice begins in all of our communities. It begins with each of us, and it begins when we all come together.
— Women's March Minnesota