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How we win in
2024.

Supermajority is driven by a single-minded purpose—to strengthen the political power of women to make the Majority Rules real for all people in our country.

To do this, we focus on mobilizing young women voters—particularly infrequent and non-voting women ages 18 to 35—because we know they are the most important segment of the progressive women’s voting bloc.

Our Winning Strategy

Young women must be seen as the political force that they are in key elections in 2024 to protect our freedoms. Supermajority will turn out 430,000 young women to represent us and achieve policies that help make the Majority Rules real for all of us.

Supermajority is the organization that mobilizes young women.

We know what young women care about and what motivates them. By telling the story of the women’s voting bloc, we channel our collective power to make real change happen.

We are laser-focused on key states where we can make real change.

Supermajority is strategically working in key districts of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, North Carolina, and Georgia, contacting women through door knocks, phone calls, and texts.

Our work is powered by our members, around our shared set of values.

We are 500,000 members strong, and we will prepare them to take action in their communities during key elections. Our programming will facilitate 8 million attempts at voter contact.

Our In-State Strategy

Michigan

In 2020, the decisive margin in Michigan was 154,000 votes, and the state is critical to the 270 electoral votes needed for a presidential candidate to win. In 2024, there will be 152,687 new young women voters in Michigan. Supermajority will organize volunteers to contact these young women at the door, on the phone, and through text to provide resources and voting tools.

Pennsylvania

The decisive margin was 80,000 votes in Pennsylvania in 2020, and it was the tipping point in the electoral college. In 2024, young women voters have the power to shape key issues, and there will be 161,720 new young women voters eligible. Supermajority will organize volunteers to contact these young women at the door, on the phone, and through text to provide the tools they need to make their voices heard.

Arizona

Narrow vote margins have proven decisive in statewide elections in Arizona. In 2020, that margin was just 10,000 votes. In 2024, there will be 76,077 new young women voters eligible to vote in Arizona. Supermajority will organize volunteers to contact these young women at the door, on the phone, and through text to provide educational resources about voting.

North Carolina

74,000 votes decided the North Carolina election in 2020. In 2024, there will be 99,558 new young women voters in the state. Supermajority will reach out to these voters three times to provide education and voting support.

Georgia

A mere 14,000 votes made up the tight margin of victory in Georgia in 2020. In 2024, there will be 112,221 new young women voters in Georgia. Supermajority will reach out to these voters three times to connect them with voting tools and education.

Virginia

The decisive margin in Virginia in 2020 was 451,000 votes. In 2024, there are 54,026 new young women voters in Virginia. Supermajority will reach out to these voters three times to provide educational resources about voting.

Supermajority is volunteer powered.

Across our six priority states, we have plans to make 8 million attempts at voter contact, ultimately turning out a collective 430,000 voters. That is only possible if our volunteers can complete a total of 50,000 shifts.

Our work is fueled by our members. Our staff, volunteers, and partners are the voters we’re looking to engage: young women motivated to make change around the Majority Rules. This year, we’re going to take collective action across key states, mobilizing young women and women of color to vote in a critical election year. We will also continue to offer the educational programming that you know and love, bringing in organizers from across the country for teach-ins about issues you care about.

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