Community Change Action and its impressive network of grassroots partners use Impactive to build power in historically overlooked communities.
Powered by Impactive's Custom Voter Registration tool, HeadCount partnered with top celebrities like Harry Styles to drive over half a million voter registration checks.
The Iowa Senate Majority Fund used Impactive to boost voter mobilization and drive a 3x return on their fundraising texts ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
Supported by Peer-to-Peer Texting and Phone Banking, LCV ran its largest national member mobilization program ever ahead of the 2022 elections.
Since 2020, Changing Dynamics has used Impactive to win elections for dozens of clients using Peer-to-Peer Texting.
The Indiana Democratic Party successfully coordinated organizing efforts across the state using Impactive; in the end, the state party and its affiliates sent over a million texts to voters across the state.
Up to Us partnered with Impactive to create a voter registration campaign that went viral and generated 40,000+ new voter registrations.
When We All Vote reached over 400,000 voters in one night with their innovative #CouchParty.
At nearly 2 million members, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is one of the most influential forces in American labor organizing.
Mauree Turner made history by becoming the first publicly non-binary elected official in the US and the first Muslim member of the Oklahoma Legislature.
Carolyn Bourdeaux won her campaign for Georgia’s 7th congressional district, making her the first Democrat to represent the district in over two decades.
With Impactive, Michigan Liberation enabled their network to reach out to friends and family members, increasing turnout among communities of color in Michigan.
The Friends of Erik Bottcher campaign aimed to activate New Yorkers to have personal conversations in their communities to spread the word about Erik.
With the help of almost 100 local affiliate organizations nationwide, Community Change Action is creating an impressive network of grassroots organizers fighting for progressive change.
Tina Smith won her senatorial re-election 48.8% to 43.5% (by a margin of 170,000 votes).
McCready’s campaign mounted a second effort in a deep red district that hadn’t elected a Democrat since 1963.