Extending Democracy to Marginalized
& Underrepresented Citizens

Many organizations act to mobilize voting, both registration and turnout, for marginalized and underrepresented groups of all kinds. Included below are organizations working to mobilize people of color as well as multiple ethnic, religious, and national origin communities.

Black Voters Matter

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In 2020, Black Voters Matter aired radio ads and sponsored outreach caravans in cities around the country. Today, Black Voters Matter is continuing to build the capacity of local, Black-led voter mobilization groups through training, funding, and staffing support.
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Advancement Project

Amplify Latinx

And Still I Vote

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Black Women Vote


The Council on American-Islamic Relations

Demos Action

Emgage Foundation: Engaging Muslim Americans

Equality PAC

Four Directions


Higher Heights for America

Human Rights Campaign

League of United Latin American Citizens

The Links, Inc.


Mi Familia Vota

Movement for Black Lives


NAACP Legal Defense Fund

National Coalition of 100 Black Women

National Congress of American Indians

National Urban League

Native American Rights Fund

Native Vote

The People’s Agenda

Poder Latinx

Rainbow Push Coalition

Represent Justice

The Sentencing Project

Somos PAC

Southern Poverty Law Center

State Voices

Stonewall Democrats


Transformative Justice Coalition

They See Blue

Victory Fund

Voces de la Frontera Action, Inc.

Voting Is Social Work

Voto Latino

Way To Win

Western Native Voice

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Published: June 2021
Revised: July 2023

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