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The Most Effective Strategy Is the Most Ethical

Join Walk the Walk USA and special guests on Tuesday, October 11 at 6 pm PT / 9 pm ET for our last public presentation of the year as we dive into Walk the Walk USA's final evidence-based recs for 2022.

Walk the Walk USA is an all-volunteer initiative that raises funds for strategic voter empowerment in key geographies -- to combat the rising tide of authoritarianism in this country, safeguard democracy, and make our local, state, and federal governments work for the people.

 

With a growing network of 6,000+ contributors in 47 states, we've moved nearly $5 million during the past two years to power strategic grassroots civic engagement initiatives in the most competitive geographies in the nation. In 2020, Walk the Walk USA's grassroots partners played pivotal roles in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, among other states.

All contributions to this all-volunteer initiative go directly to our amazing grassroots partners on the ground.

For the 22 Election Cycle

We focus on "nested races" up and down the ballot in select tipping-point states

A single voter in key sub-geographies can have impact in multiple races:

U.S. Senate

Governor

Secretary of State

U.S. House

State Legislatures

Local Races

Walk the Walk plans to move an additional $1.2 million over the next few months to help 11 extraordinary grassroots groups in 10 states scale their crucial organizing work before the 2022 midterms.

 

We work with Movement Voter Project and other experts to identify the single most effective partner for our specific goals in each state.

 

This is the path to building and strengthening democracy in the short and long term. 

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"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter" 

Martin Luther King Jr.

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