How we do it
Led by experienced political organizers, Register Blue hosts events that train participants to register people to vote.
Coordinate events to bring participants to flipable districts and put our training into practice.
Engage unregistered and inactive liberal voters in red districts and register them to vote.
About Register Blue
Register Blue is a grassroots community organization started in Los Angeles. Prompted by the election and inauguration of Donald Trump, the mission of Register Blue is to increase the number of Democrats voting in flippable districts across the U.S. and turn Congress blue in 2018.
Ready to start registering voters? Let's get to work!
At the L.A. March for Truth Saturday, Register Blue was at the foot of City Hall, doing what we do–working toward flipping red districts by registering Dems. Thanks to the March for Truth organizers. Thanks to all who helped out!
If you can tear yourself away from your news device at some point during the next week, here are some great, voter registrationy events to consider: Strategic Test Canvass (Lancaster; CA-25) May 20 League of Women Voters Monthly Meeting (Koreatown) May 20 Voter Registration Training (Riverside) May 21 Voter Registration at the Santa Clarita Swap Meet May 21 Naturalization Read more about Meanwhile…[…]
Okay, it’s not voter registration, but it’s an important to-do. Make AHCA-voting Reps regret their decision and send a message to the yet-to-vote Senate that we are watching and we are pissed! Here’s Indivisible’s Die-In Planning Guide. And here are some L.A.-area events: Steve Knight’s Santa Clarita Office May 08, 2017 • 4PM 26415 Carl Boyer Read more about Die-In Time[…]
If you needed extra motivation to work to flip the house, here’s some from the Washington Post. [N]ot just wrong, or misguided, or problematic or foolish. It is an abomination. If there has been a piece of legislation in our lifetimes that boiled over with as much malice and indifference to human suffering, I can’t Read more about “It is an abomination.”[…]
Looking for SoCal trainings or drives in the next couple of weeks? You’re covered. Here’s what’s coming up: Training & Precinct Walk (Carlsbad, CA-49) Sat., May 6 Voter Registration at the Santa Clarita Swap Meet (CA-25) Sun., May 7 Voter Registration Training (Highland Park) Sun., May 7 Voter Registration Training (Laguna Beach) Tues., May Read more about SoCal Happenings[…]
Last week’s voter registration at L.A.’s Naturalization Ceremony was great–emotional, fun, and very, very productive. Lots of registering. If you’re looking for a way to get comfortable with the process, there’s nothing better. Thousands of new citizens pour out of the Convention Center in waves. Volunteers steer as many as possible to a long table Read more about Naturalization Ceremony, 4/18[…]
Registering voters is handled differently state to state. In CA, it’s easy–anyone can do it. In Texas, you need to get certified by the state, precinct by precinct. Here’s a survey from the Brennan Center detailing it all. Fun fact up top: At least 51 million — roughly 25 percent — of voting-age Americans are Read more about State Restrictions on Voter Registration Drives[…]
So much registering! Thanks, all!
Checked the calendar lately? Lots coming up and in the works. If you’re not already following Register Blue on Facebook, it’s time. If you are–thanks! Boost the RB signal by inviting friends, family, and other resistors to join in. Thanks in advance!
It’s simple if you know how. Register Blue is putting together a how-to guide. In the meantime, here are a bunch of other guides, from the League of Women Voters, Rock the Vote, and others. http://lwvnj.org/images/resources/lwv_voter_broch.pdf http://www.everydaycitizen.com/organize-a-voter-registratio… https://www.rockthevote.com/…/field/voter-registration-how-… http://www.aauw.org/re…/organize-a-voter-registration-drive/ We’ll update here when the RegBlue one is done. Stay tuned!