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The Archie Platform

2024 Postcard Campaign to High-Potential Native Voters

2024 Postcard Campaign to High-Potential Native Voters

Next Date Jul 19, 202410:00am - 10:15am PDT

Location Kayenta, AZ 86033

About this event

In 2024, our team must reach every high-potential Native Democratic voter on Navajo, Hopi, and White Mountain Apache lands in Northeast Arizona. With your help, we can empower Native voices in Arizona politics to vote for a Blue Arizona. Our organization has been working hard – with your help – for five years to make sure tribal voters have their voices heard at the polls on November 5th, 2024!

There is no actual meeting on Fridays for this project: 10am AZ time is the cut off time for registering for that week.

Please sign up to get a list of 25 voter addresses and a script to help us reach our voters.

This volunteer effort allows us to keep our funds in the field and increase the number of organizers we can have on the ground. We now have four full time Native field organizers: you help make that possible with these cards to voters. Thank you!

Questions? Reach out to [email protected]

### Here Are the Details:

◻ **There is no meeting for this project.**

◻ We will let you know the **mailing date** for your assignment.

◻ You will receive a list of 25 addresses via email on the Friday you signed up for; look for the subject line “Your postcard addresses”

◻ Please respond **to that email** (not this one!) to confirm receipt of your list.

◻ Please purchase or print 25 postcards and stamps. Use postcards that are inclusive. Please no issues or campaign slogans/images, and no holidays.

◻ A script will be provided. DO NOT add any additional information to the cards.

◻ Hand-write the message and address on every postcard.

◻ Sign with your first name or initials and do not include any personal contact information.

◻ If you’d like more than 25 addresses, please **register here** and then send an email to [email protected] with your requested quantity.

Thank you for your commitment to Native and rural voters!


*More about why we write postcards to voters on Sovereign Lands in Northeast Arizona:*

The tribal lands in Northeast Arizona stretch over a vast rural geography whose population is thinly spread. Most areas receive little to no cellular and Internet coverage. There are few major roads, and seasonal washouts and snowfall complicate driving. Given this geography, Native Democrats organizing their communities turned to large postcards campaigns to reach out to Navajo, Hopi, and White Mountain Apache voters across the region.

In 2021-22 volunteers for the Northeast Arizona Native Democrats sent over 100,000 postcards to high-potential voters on the Navajo, Hopi and White Mountain Apache Nations. Their work paid off. In 2022, Navajo and Apache Counties were the only counties in Arizona that saw an increase in voter turnout compared the last Midterms in 2018 – and that 2% increase was almost exclusively on sovereign lands. Overall, turnout in precincts on northeast Arizona’s sovereign lands beat statewide turnout by almost 4%. This program is the only difference between our counties and the rest of the state. Volunteers like you power this program and its impact on voter turnout.

Your work has allowed to reach out to every registered Democrat on Tribal lands, while saving us the equivalent of an entire year’s salary for one of our Native organizers. Thank you!

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