This OTYCD post originally appeared in March 2018.
Join the Sister District Project, an effort to help elect or defend Democrats in races across the country.
The Sister District Project is one of the many organizations that arose in the wake of the 2016 election. Its aim is to “build a grassroots network of volunteers to channel blue resources to nearby red areas where small, focused boosts can make an impact.”
It connects willing volunteers with teams that focus on down-ballot races that are strategically important and winnable. Needs change depending on the race but they can include donating, phone-banking, canvassing, boosting the signal through social media, etc. They’re also concerned with reversing pro-Republican gerrymandering and making sure that districts are fairly drawn after the 2020 census info comes in.
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