What We Do
Supermajority is driven by a single-minded purpose—to strengthen the political power of women to make the Majority Rules real.
Supermajority’s work focuses exclusively on mobilizing high-potential young women voters—infrequent and non-voting women ages 18 to 35—in order to win key elections and protect and expand our freedoms.
We did this work powered by the women in our community—that’s what makes Supermajority so special.
Membership & Offerings
Our membership grew to just over 500,000 women in 2023, and we introduced new exclusive offerings to attract younger, more racially diverse members. What’s even more promising is that 37% of our members were repeat volunteers, completing two or more shifts throughout the year.
Our members came together for in-person meetups in Michigan and Pennsylvania. They joined us for regular virtual programming such as New Member Orientation and Super Women Wednesday. Supermajority volunteers, members, and staff made nearly 500,000 attempts to contact high-potential young women voters in Pennsylvania and Virginia to secure crucial wins in both states.
They received on-demand training through our brand new Advocacy 101, and they deepened their organizing expertise through Organizing Night School, an organizer led virtual class with office hours. We trained 4,277 members to make phone calls, send texts, and even knock doors.
To engage young women where they are, we focused on our online reach in 2023 and rolled out a brand identity refresh across all of our online platforms. The results were clear, Supermajority was able to connect with millions of young women across the country and mobilize them to action.
By the numbers:
Throughout our work in 2023, we lifted up causes and issues that matter most and supported the young women making real change in their communities. We featured organizers from Starbucks Workers United, United Auto Workers, Sister Song, and others during our programming and events. We also initiated collaborative social post with groups like the Debt Collective and Poderistas—these posts were some of our most successful of the year.
“It has been amazing to really plug in and develop and be a part of this ecosystem of solidarity, because it’s not just one fight… It’s the fight that we all have to make sure our work is valued.”