Electoral Justice means…
“IF A DONOR DIRECTS A CONTRIBUTION TO A CANDIDATE DIRECTLY, THE CANDIDATES WOULD BE ACCOUNTABLE TO THE POWER OF THE DONOR.”
“If a donor directs a contribution to membership organizations doing community organizing, then the candidates are accountable to communities impacted and the issues they prioritize.”
“THE COMMUNITY INSTITUTION GETS STRONGER AND MORE SKILLED AND LARGER AS A RESULT OF PARTICIPATING IN THAT ELECTION.”
— electoral justice resources
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From RG Action campaign partners:
- Movement for Black Lives Electoral Justice Project (RG Partner)
- CPD Action (RG Partner)
- Interview with Jessica Byrd on the Fortification Podcast
- Making Meaning of Victory & Loss with Maurice Mitchell (Working Families Party), Barbara Dudley (lifelong activist), & Alexandra Rojas (Justice Democrats) on the Healing Justice Podcast
More organizations working on electoral justice:
— Frequently Asked Questions
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