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Donate to support this successful project to motivate women to Vote.
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What Is the Plan?
In 2016, Sisters United Alliance (SUA) designed and implemented a plan to use data mining and proven campaign strategies to identify, educate, and motivate more women to exercise their voting superpower. This PAC targeted a likely group—women who were already registered and who, with timely education and support, could become active voters.
The results of the SUA efforts? In the 2016 elections, 85,000 low-propensity women voters were identified and directly reached by SUA so that 37,000 of these women actually voted.
In 2018, SUA expanded their reach to a total of 9 counties in the Houston area and even more potential voters. SUA identified 122,257 households of registered women with two or more voters with an eye toward increasing voter participation of the entire household.
Executing the same plan, nearly 44,000 of the targeted women voted! At least three Democratic campaigns were won by the margin of new voters and the number of Democratic voters generally increased in all races. As one impressive example, in CD7, 51% of women reached by SUA voted in that race, and 72% of those voted for the first time. Also, every judicial race in the Houston area had the margin of victory increased by SUA voters.
Following their successful efforts in 2106 and 2018, SUA is expanding to 38 key Texas counties. Together with SUA and you, Texas women voters can be a significant factor in this election and those to follow – will you help us by donating to create a better future for Texas and the whole United States?
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