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You’re telling us Election Day is next week

If you haven’t already, make your plan to vote on Election Day if it’s an election year in your state.

Use this tool on Vote.org to make your personalized plan today!


Worked or volunteered on a campaign? Looking to jump in next year? Well we have several newly updated courses that might pique your interest!

First, Introduction to VoteBuilder, also known as VAN, takes you through this essential software that can help campaigns effectively target and interact with voters in your district.

Next, Using VoteBuilder to Create Voter Universes takes the learning to the next level by demonstrating specific tools that will help you map out potential voters.

Not sure where to start? Our updated online course dashboard can assist in building out a learning journey tailored to your specific needs or campaign role. Get started today!

How to Run a Political Campaign Debrief
Thursday, November 9 at 1pm ET

Keep track of what you’ve learned this campaign season with this essential post-Election Day program. Our trainer will support you in conducting an effective debrief that will engage everyone on your team.

Be proud of everything you’ve accomplished and look forward toward the future with lessons learned from the trail.


So You Want to Run for Office: Indigenous American Heritage Month
Monday, November 13 at 1pm ET

Congress has six Native and Indigenous Congresspeople currently serving. While this is historic, it is only the beginning.

We’re hosting a special edition of our So You Want to Run for Office training in celebration of Indigenous American Heritage Month. Our trainer will discuss the many unique needs and challenges Indigenous candidates may face on the campaign trail.


Running an Effective Debrief for Your Local Democratic Party
Tuesday, November 14 at 1pm ET

If you were involved in this cycle with your local party, then this debrief event is for you!

Learn the best strategies of facilitating a debrief to get the most out of this essential post-Election Day process. Review challenges, success, deltas, plusses, and everything in between by debriefing with best practices.


What is a Democratic Precinct Chair
Wednesday, November 15 at 1pm ET

Becoming a Democratic precinct chair (also known as a precinct captain) is an excellent way to get politically involved with your community and with your local Democratic Party infrastructure. This training will walk you through precinct chair responsibilities, how to engage in non-electoral organizing in your precinct, and tactics for connecting with community members beyond Election Day.

Because building relationships with voters is such a huge part of a precinct captain’s job, this position is ideal for those with an interest in field organizing. See how you can get involved for the 2024 cycle!