Washington voter mobilization resources — August 2021 primary

Voter mobilization infographics

Last updated — July 18

Social networks are a great channel for get-out-the-vote work, complementing phone-banking, and text-banking, and in-person canvassing. In the final strokes of the August 3 election, regularly sharing non-partisan voting information can help boost awareness and turnout. Indivisible Plus Washington (Indi+) has resources available for you to share if you want.

Indi+ will be making regular posts with voting information over the next few weeks on our Facebook and Twitter accounts — so one easy thing to do is to just reshare our posts. You can also share the infographics and blog posts yourself (here’s a Google Doc with more information); and we have unbranded versions available if you’d like to add your own branding. Research shows people who regularly see information about upcoming elections in their social network feeds are more likely to vote; and Indivisible Plus Washington’s testing in 2020 also showed an impact in getting people to check their ballot status (important for early warning of potentially-rejected ballots).

Currently all of our information is English-only. If you know of non-partisan voting information in other languages, or are interested in translating or adapting our material, please get in touch with us.

There are also a lot of other good voting resources available. For example:

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Indivisible Plus Washington is a state-wide organization focused on voter engagement and turn out, fighting disinformation, and combatting systemic oppression