Your 2021 To-Do List: There Are No More Off-years, Only Less Intense Years

In the past, the year immediately following an election would be regarded as an “off-year” for politics.

But the Trump years–and the threats to democracy that it spawned, up to and including the January 6, 2021 Insurrection–proved there’s no such thing anymore.

This is not an off-year. It’s a less intense year. Stay active, for the sake of democracy.

We’ll update this page throughout 2021 and remove it when the year is over.

Adopt the Home State, Swing State, Red State strategy for approaching your activism.

Plan your 2022 fund, for both time and money.

Bookmark this list of sitting Senators who are due to run again in 2022. Think about how you can help the Democrats and ready yourself to support challengers to the Republicans.

Bookmark this list of the 147 Members of Congress (MoCs)–all Republicans–who voted to overturn the results of the 2020 election, so you can vote them out later.

Keep supporting organizations that defend voting rights and help people register to vote. They include Spread the Vote, the Florida Rights Restoration Committee, Fair Fight, Black Voters Matter, Voto Latino, and more.

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