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Nonprofit Vote
Resource Library

The largest source of nonpartisan resources to help nonprofits integrate voter engagement into their ongoing activities and services.

Civic/Democracy Education 

  Summary NYS Criminal Justice  Laws

  Resources for youth serving programs


  ICIVICS Video Games about Government

  History of Voting Video by Rock the Vote

  Design for Democracy on-line gallery of free        nonpartisan get out the vote posters

Be an Informed Voter


 Citizens Union - Nonpartisan Good Government Group 


 Gotham Gazette - News on NYC Policy and Politics


 Common Cause New York - Nonpartisan Advocacy 


  Factcheck.org  ‘Consumer Advocate’ for Voters 


  Follow the Money Explore Top Election Contributors 


  League of Women Voters Judge a Candidate 


  MapLight - Research on Money’s Influence in Politics 


  Project Vote Smart - Info about Officials, Candidates,

  Issues, Legislation and Voting




A Nonpartisan Guide for 501(c)(3) Organizations

 NPCC: Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York

In Partnership with Nonprofit VOTE and COMMUNITY Votes

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Some Reading 

Why the Voting Gap Matters: Demos

Why Voting Matters: Large Disparities in Turnout Benefit the Donor Class: Demos

Is Democracy Funding Undemocratic? Funding Civic Engagement in an Era of Protest

Nonprofit Quarterly

Engaging New Voters: Nonprofit Impact: Nonprofit Vote

A report on the impact of nonprofit voter outreach to with their constituents and community in the 2014 election.

America Goes to the Polls: Nonprofit Vote

The report provides official national and state turnout rankings for 2016 Presidential election. It highlights election policies impacting turnout. Published with the U.S. Elections Project.


Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality

By Danielle Allen

Making Democracy Fun, By Josh Lerner