Our network represents over 30 organizations fighting for social justice, women’s rights, the environment, and working families. We come together across issues to expand civic and political participation and address growing disparities in our democracy.
Win|Win provides coordination, data analyses, and tools and capacity support to increase our network’s collective ability to create change. We focus on the high level and long-term intersections among our network partners to inspire participation and increase political access.
Win|Win partners activate a grassroots base on the issues that matter most.
Win|Win Network partners organize and win increased access to voting rights, including Automatic Voter Registration, pre-registration, and same-day voter registration.
Our analyses combine voter and demographic trends so that network partners and ballot campaigns have the information they need to design field outreach and organizing strategies.
We provide access to a centralized voter file, technology library, and organizing tools to support community campaigns.
“When we come together around a campaign, sometimes we aren’t thinking big enough. Its Win|Win’s job to keep focused on changing the system/the bigger, long-term goal.”
Tiffany Hankins, Executive Director, NARAL Pro-Choice Washington
“Win|Win is a fantastic partner for technical assistance. We are better able to engage our communities with their support with the voterfile, expertise with phone banking, and equipment for our field efforts. Much of our coalition work would not be possible without this structure that helps keep us organized and updated on our collective activities.”
Akemi Matsumoto, Founding Board Member, APACE & APACE Votes
“In addition to providing reliable data, mapping, and technical support, being part of the Win|Win allows us to work in coordination with our community partners on issues and policies that are important to workers, families, and communities.”
April Sims, WA State Labor Council
“Our members aren’t single issue people, so our organizations shouldn’t operate that way either.”
Spencer Olson, Director, Communications Hub