CASE STUDIES

Nevada

Nov 2018: iVote leads the campaign to pass automatic voter registration in Nevada, succeeding with nearly 60% of the vote

Jan 2020: Automatic voter registration takes effect, leading to 750,000 eligible but previously unregistered Nevadans to be automatically registered to vote

Oct 2020: Nevada reports a record 1.8 million registered voters

Nov 2020: A record 1.3 million Nevada voters cast ballots

Nov 2020: President Biden wins Nevada by 33,596 votes

Michigan

2011 - 2018: A Republican Secretary of State purged tens of thousands of voters from the voting rolls, closed polling locations, and installed broken voting machines – all targeting people of color


April 2018: The Republican nominee for secretary of state, backed by the DeVos family, praised and credited voter purges going into 2016 for handing Michigan to Trump


Summer and Fall 2018: iVote ran a $2.5 million independent expenditure campaign supporting Democratic candidate Jocelyn Benson


November 2018: Jocelyn Benson won by 9 points, flipping the office blue for the first time since 1995

Arizona

2015 - 2018: A Republican Secretary of State purged tens of thousands of voters from the rolls and closed hundreds of polling locations, disproportionately affecting voters of color


August 2018: A self-funding Republican candidate spent over $2 million on his primary, running on a platform of English-only ballots and a citizenship test to be eligible to vote


Fall 2018: iVote ran a $3.5 million campaign supporting Democratic candidate Katie Hobbs


November 2018: Katie Hobbs won by 20,252 votes, flipping the office blue for the first time in 23 years

November 2020: Due to Secretary Hobbs' work to increase voter participation and ensure every eligible voter could vote, Arizona saw record turnout and President Biden won Arizona. She then stood up to conspiracy theorists that tried to overturn the election.

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