Action Councils Resources & Info
In the 2018 midterms, Democratic newcomers swept all five of Southern California's Congressional swing districts: four Orange County districts, plus CA25 just north of Los Angeles.
The success in each district was aided by the early formation of an Action Council: a coalition of grassroots organizations, local Democratic clubs, labor unions and PACs working together and sharing a common, web-based calendar of events designed to engage voters to flip Congressional seats.
This page contains links to the Councils still active, and resources for anyone who wishes to start a new one.
RESOURCES FOR ACTION COUNCILS
What Political Groups Can Talk To What Political Groups
In the belief that many published answers to this question are needlessly complex, intimidating, and confusing, two organizations, SoCal Blue and NorCal Blue, created the simple "What political groups can talk to what political groups" graphic on the left, with the advice and approval of Sandler-Reiff, the premier Washington law firm in the field of campaign law. Click to download.
High School Voter Registration Toolkit
Macy Bartlett is a current freshman at UC Berkeley, but in her junior year of high school she held a voter registration drive. After months of planning and organizing, she and her team registered or pre-registered 214 students to vote in just 3 hours.
Inspired to help other students like herself host drives at their own schools, she wrote this toolkit-a one-stop shop for all information regarding hosting a voter registration drive in a high school. It includes FAQs on voting, pre-written PA announcements, robocall scripts, explanations on the registration form, political party descriptions, a flyer for advertising around campus, and more.
She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments, or concerns.
Resistance Bootcamp Toolkit
The Resistance Boot Camp toolkit provides detailed information on four specific actions that you can participate in to help us win the House, Senate, and White House in 2020.
Canvassing - The most powerful technique we have is talking to people face-to-face.
Voter Registration - Building our numbers by giving people a voice in their government.
Phone Banking & Text Banking - Using the phone in your pocket to swing elections.
Letter Writing & Postcarding - Personalized messages to help get out the vote.