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May 22nd Newsletter

Posted on May 24, 2021


Grassroots Reboot Conference
Help Pass For the People
Travelers Tales: Data-Driven Campaigns
What Happened in Alamance County?


Over 100 early birds have signed up for the 2021 Grassroots Reboot, an online conference to be held on June 5th from 10am to 12pm. This free online conference is hosted by Swing Left Greater Boston and the Indivisible Mass Coalition in partnership with the Northampton Democratic City Committee and the Mass Dems Campaign Services.

The two-hour interactive agenda will feature House Democratic Assistant Speaker Katherine Clark and Politico Contributing Editor Bill Scher. Breakout workshops will focus on postcard and letter-writing research, combatting disinformation, lessons from Georgia, and fighting for voting rights in New Hampshire.

This conference solidifies the alliance SLGB has developed with Indivisible and the Indivisible Mass Coalition. The fruition of this collaboration also includes News-MAGIC, an online calendar and Slack workspace that gives multiple grassroots organizations and volunteers a way to promote and find out about events and initiatives.

Sign Up for the 2021 Grassroots Reboot Conference!

Saturday, June 5 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT


For the People

Dial New England for Democracy

Join us to call likely supporters and help pass this groundbreaking democracy bill.
Sundays, May 23- Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm–8:00 pm EDT
Wednesdays, May 26 - Jun 30 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Thursdays, May 27 - Jul 29, @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Call to action

Know anyone in AZ, WV, DE, NH, and VT ?

It's easy to share pro-For the People Act messages and graphics
on social media, email, and text.
Here are some clickable links that do all the work!


Data-Driven Campaigns

Rekindling the Fight in Forgotten Districts
Data is critical to winning close campaigns. That's what 82 attendees of this episode of the Travelers Tales series were reminded. They got to hear how volunteer “Fellows” -- trained by Bluebonnet Data -- helped two campaigns apply innovative ways to reach voters and form meaningful, personal relationships with voters.

At the presentation, Minnesota State Senator Putnam said, “The work we did with Bluebonnet Data made me a better candidate and a better Senator. Bluebonnet Data is changing the way campaigning is done and creating a lasting impact in the districts that we serve.”

See a recording of the presentation.

Bluebonnet Data Fellows don’t always work on winning campaigns, but they are continuously building the data infrastructure for a more competitive Democratic future. After training 585 Fellows in 2020 and reaching over 400 down-ballot campaigns, Bluebonnet Data is expanding its reach for the 2021 and 2022 election cycles.

Call to action
                   Your donation will enable Bluebonnet Data to train more fellows, reach more campaigns, and expand the Democrats' data infrastructure nationwide.

Donate for Data!


What Happened in Alamance County?

All in For NC
Come hear from two organizations that work with candidates and the Democratic Party: Neighbors on Call and County To County. They were among several groups that collaborated on the narrow victory of Rep. Ricky Hurtado in Alamance County in 2020.

This is the third in a series of presentations from key North Carolina organizational leaders hosted by five out-of-state organizations, including All In for North Carolina. All In for NC is a volunteer group organized with Swing Left Greater Boston and Together for 2020. The group's goal is to give volunteers in Blue areas ways to help North Carolina organizations and candidates register, educate, and mobilize voters to elect Democrats up and down the ballot.
Find out how they won!

Monday, May 24 @ 2:30 pm


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