Progressive Turnout Project is proud of its strong track record of connecting with voters and getting more Democrats to the polls. Our Voter Turnout Fellows Program works with targeted House and Senate campaigns across the country to recruit, train, and mobilize fellows to help deliver electoral victories up and down the ticket in 2020.
Recruited, trained, and mobilized 121 paid fellows in 50+ congressional districts.
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What do we do? Turnout Fellows is a six-month Fellowship, that will help aspiring activists gain the skills they need to build a presence and network within their district and state. This Fellowship is unique because PTP wants Fellows to become more than just organizers, but to transform into leaders who will make a lasting change in the world!
How this Fellowship helps you make an impact? Fellows will become the eyes and ears for Progressive Turnout Project when in the district and will take action on issues like For The People Act, Green New Deal, Medicare For All by planning action events, mobilize people to take action within their districts and urge elected officials to do the right thing!
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For more information — or if you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and help us elect Democrats across the country in 2020.
Ivanna started her political work in 2016 on local elections, which led her to PTP in 2018. She started off as a Field Rep for PTP, but as a hard worker who empowers her team, she was quickly promoted to Canvass Lead. Ivanna hopes to inspire people in her community to vote during primary elections because she believes it can help change the system to truly represent all people. As a Fellow, Ivanna wants to mobilize her community to demand that elected officials pursue progressive policies.
Kelsey is a paralegal, activist, and political junkie who grew up in Des Moines, Iowa. Kelsey attended the University of Iowa, including a year spent teaching in Spain. Kelsey found herself horrified by the 2016 election and that’s when she prioritized and incorporated activism in her professional life. Since then, she’s worked with Indivisible and her local Democratic Party.
Jenny is a political activist living in Arizona who is fighting to turn the state blue. She believes poor education and poverty contribute to each other, creating a harmful, vicious cycle; She knows both misfortunes can be eliminated by funding schools, establishing fair wages, and giving households a chance at stable, higher incomes. This, of course, cannot be done without a proper policy being implemented, so it’s Jenny’s mission to mobilize her community and fight to elect caring, policy-minded progressives up and down the ballot.