VoterPAC’s goal is to register, rally, and empower the rising American Electorate – people of color and younger voters – in California’s Central Valley prior to the 2022 mid-term elections – and beyond!

VoterPAC‘s goal is to register and rally the rising American Electorate – people of color and younger voters – in California’s Central Valley prior to the 2022 mid-term election – and beyond!

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Our Mission

We see it now more than ever – Republicans assaulting the ability for citizens to vote. In 2021, Republican legislatures have already introduced over 300 bills that would limit the access to the polls.

Our plan is to fight suppression with a Voter Outreach, Training, Education, and Registration (V.O.T.E.R) strategy.  The goal is to register and rally the rising American Electorate – people of color and younger voters – in California’s Central Valley.

2020 Retrospect

The Central Valley lags far behind in voter registration and participation. Across California, voter registration averages almost 90% of eligible voters. In the Central Valley, the average is much less (70 – 80%). This is a great opportunity to bring more voters into the Democratic fold.

Kings, Tulare, and Kern counties are home to about 1.5 million people – represented by three Republican Congressmen (Reps. Devin Nunes, Kevin McCarthy, and David Valadao), Republicans outnumber Democrats by only a few thousand voters. We can turn these counties Blue!

In the 2020 election, CA-21 voter turnout was a record at 170,000 voters. That’s the good news. The bad news is this was still the smallest turnout in California, where participation averaged 300,000 – 400,000 voters per congressional district. Here alone, there are tens of thousands of voters to be contacted, listened to, and motivated to vote.

And in the 2018 and 2020 elections, the Democratic candidate in CA-22 lost to the Republican incumbent (Devin Nunes) by approximately 25,000 votes. This is nearly identical to the margin of Republican versus Democrat voter registration in the district.

We have the ability to determine the outcome of future elections – today!

Map of Nearby California Congressional Districts

Our Opportunity

In Kings, Tulare, & Kern counties (pop. 1.5M) – represented by three Republican Congressmen (Devin Nunes, Kevin McCarthy & David Valadao) – Republicans outnumber Democrats by only a few thousand voters. We can turn these counties Blue!

This is a great opportunity to bring more voters
into the Democratic fold.

23,874 (R)
19,995 (D)

Kings

Pop. 151,366

76,457 (R)
65,955 (D)

Tulare

Pop. 469,407

157,265 (R)
145,595 (D)

Kern

Pop. 896,764

Total 26,051 more Rs than Ds out of 1.5M, that’s only 1.7%!

If we can register 1,400 more Democrats each month until Nov. 2022, we can turn the last red bastion in California (Home to Devin Nunes and Kevin McCarthy) Blue!

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