Established in 2003, Working America reaches out to non-union working-class people about issues important to them. Year by year, we have been building membership and infrastructure. Working America now has 3.5 million members from working-class communities. We run a high-powered field canvass program, combining meaningful conversations at the door with analytics. We engage our members year-round, both in person and digitally, with calls to action, resources, and information about the political economy.
Our volunteers send personalized letters about kitchen-table issues, such as health care, affordable housing, and worker pay. Personalized letters increase the importance of these issues and frame how folks think about their civic engagement and voting. Our letters help build relationships with people who aren’t hearing from others in the movement for economic justice.
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Host Committee: Gabriella Boston, Lateef Calloway, Marlene Desmond, Eileen Dougherty, Kim Fellner, Bobbie Friedman & Peter Bell, Laura Felten, Page Gardner, Daphne Gemmill, Lori Genderson, JoAnne Glisson, Liz Gregg, Amy Hanauer & Mark Cassell, Kim Hoagland, Clara Johnson, Jeety Kang, Jane Lang & Bob Kapp, LeeAnn & Roy Matthews, Linda Meixner, Carol Oppenheimer & Morty Simon, Ann Marie & Arnold Orza, Elaine & Leo Pinson, Linda & David Purcell, Ilene Schwartz, Lee Woodman, and Fran & Tom Zaniello
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