Voter Access Project is creating Research, Reports, Videos, and Talks on Government and Elections
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The Voter Access Project is a project started by Jon Ivy with the goal of creating and spreading voting outreach and education materials geared towards under-served communities.

This organization is dedicated to increasing civic engagement and access to elections through development, production, and distribution of education & outreach materials, publishing of reports on research related to demographics and trends, training and consulting with officials and community groups on how to increase civic participation in their communities, providing expertise on policy and legal questions, and issue advocacy at the local, state, and national levels.

Thank you for helping to make this project a success and for working with us to improve access.
Tiers
Early Adopter
$5 or more per month only 200 left
Voter Access Advocate
$15 or more per month
  • You'll be listed on our thank-you page, like above.
  • You'll also get a special thank you letter personally mailed to you from the project team.
Sponsor
$50 or more per month
  • Same benefits as above.
  • And, whenever we make a video or publish a report, we'll thank you in the credits.
  • You can tell everyone that you're an official sponsor of the Voter Access Project.
Sponsor: Video Shout-out
$65 or more per month only 3 left
  • Same benefits as above.
  • We'll say a thank you to you by name on video whenever we publish a video.
  • You can tell everyone that you're an official sponsor of the Voter Access Project.
Executive Producer
$100 or more per month only 5 left
  • We'll hold an in-person meeting or google hangout with you (and anyone you invite) at least once a month to discuss direction, go over ideas, and see what you want us to concentrate on.
  • You'll be listed in the credits of any of our work as an Executive Producer.
  • We'll be available via phone or email to answer any questions you have or if you just want to talk about improving voter access.
Goals
0 of 30 patrons
When we reach 30 patrons, we'll make a new set of educational videos based on a topic the community wants.
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The Voter Access Project is a project started by Jon Ivy with the goal of creating and spreading voting outreach and education materials geared towards under-served communities.

This organization is dedicated to increasing civic engagement and access to elections through development, production, and distribution of education & outreach materials, publishing of reports on research related to demographics and trends, training and consulting with officials and community groups on how to increase civic participation in their communities, providing expertise on policy and legal questions, and issue advocacy at the local, state, and national levels.

Thank you for helping to make this project a success and for working with us to improve access.

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Tiers
Early Adopter
$5 or more per month only 200 left
Voter Access Advocate
$15 or more per month
  • You'll be listed on our thank-you page, like above.
  • You'll also get a special thank you letter personally mailed to you from the project team.
Sponsor
$50 or more per month
  • Same benefits as above.
  • And, whenever we make a video or publish a report, we'll thank you in the credits.
  • You can tell everyone that you're an official sponsor of the Voter Access Project.
Sponsor: Video Shout-out
$65 or more per month only 3 left
  • Same benefits as above.
  • We'll say a thank you to you by name on video whenever we publish a video.
  • You can tell everyone that you're an official sponsor of the Voter Access Project.
Executive Producer
$100 or more per month only 5 left
  • We'll hold an in-person meeting or google hangout with you (and anyone you invite) at least once a month to discuss direction, go over ideas, and see what you want us to concentrate on.
  • You'll be listed in the credits of any of our work as an Executive Producer.
  • We'll be available via phone or email to answer any questions you have or if you just want to talk about improving voter access.