Promote the Vote is a coalition of organizations and individuals committed to increasing the power of the people in our democracy. We believe we can increase the power of people by ensuring Michigan has a voting system that works for all of us and fair legislative maps upon which to elect our leaders. Our democracy works best when all our voices are heard!

ACCESS is the largest Arab American community nonprofit in the United States, and continues to honor its Arab American heritage while serving as a nonprofit model of excellence. With 10 locations and more than 120 programs serving metro Detroit, ACCESS offers a wide range of social, economic, health and educational services to a diverse population.

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America Votes coordinates more than 400 state and national partner organizations to create a fairer, more representative democracy by increasing voter participation across the country, including in Michigan.

America Votes was founded in 2003 with the idea that we can create more change in our country if we work together. We want to empower more Michiganders to vote, especially young people and communities of color, so the electorate is broad and reflects the diversity of the nation. Our work is centered on fostering a culture of strong civic participation, voter engagement and mobilization, and advocating for fair, modern elections.

APIAVote-Michigan is a 501(c)3 nonpartisan organization committed to justice and equity for the Asian American community through grassroots mobilization, civic engagement, leadership development, and coalition building.

We uphold a vision of justice and equity that asserts people power and community connectedness as the framework for democracy, decision-making, community engagement, and service.

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Detroit Disability Power is a membership organization that works to build the political power of the disability community. Disability is a normal/positive part of human diversity and essential parts of who we are, places of power and self-love, giving us great assets to share with the world around us, and we know that in order to end the disparities people with disabilities face, we must organize!

We are People with disabilities building power and inclusive social justice movements. We work to dismantle the very real structural and cultural challenges facing us. We organize for the policy and systems change we need and want, therefore, making tangible changes in people’s lives and shifting power to those most affected by issues.

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The League of Women Voters of Michigan envisions a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate in our system. The League is proud to be nonpartisan, neither supporting nor opposing candidates or political parties at any level of government, but always working on vital issues of concern to members and the public.

We believe in the power of women to create a more perfect democracy.

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The Michigan League for Public Policy is a nonpartisan policy institute dedicated to economic opportunity for all. It is the only state-level organization that addresses poverty in a comprehensive way and analyzes the impact of state and federal budgets and policies on residents with low incomes.

All of the League’s work is done through a racial equity lens to promote economic security, health and well-being for all people in Michigan through policy change.

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The ACLU of Michigan’s believes the defense of civil liberties knows no party bounds, which is why the ACLU remains nonpartisan. Protecting our liberties and pushing for more freedom and equality in our lives is our job.

The ACLU of Michigan’s mission remains realizing the promise of the Bill of Rights which declared that we have rights and liberties that the government shouldn’t interfere with. Rights like the freedom of speech and our right to a speedy trial that are the cornerstone of our democracy and define what makes us American.

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AFT Michigan is a union of 35,000 educators and healthcare providers working in K-12 and intermediate school districts, community colleges, universities, and hospitals across the state to promote public education and healthcare, strengthen workers’ voice, and build a progressive movement committed to achieving these goals.

We are committed to working together with our communities to reclaim the promise of public education as our nation’s gateway to democracy and social justice, and as a state federation, we are responsible for helping local leaders build strong connections and work toward regional and statewide shared goals.

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Detroit Action is a union of Black and Brown, low and no-income, homeless and housing insecure Detroiters fighting for housing and economic justice. They are a grassroots and member-led, multigenerational, community-based organization fighting for real political power.

Detroit Action provides opportunities for individuals and families to develop as full human beings through leadership development workshops, organizer internships, nonpartisan voter education and mobilization drives, direct action, and collaboration with allied organizations locally, statewide, nationally, and even internationally.

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The Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation is rooted in the vibrant culture of the Latino community of Detroit and committed to helping people feel “at home” with family-oriented services.

DHDC is invested in collaborative community-based participatory research that examines the issues of equity and the social determinants of health, and the organizations effects change through its long-standing collaborations across different sectors of academia, business, and the community.

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Miigwech Inc. is a non-profit with 501c3 status, tribally incorporated with Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians. Our board is composed of Indigenous women, from Federally Recognized tribes. Our acting director facilitated the participation of our tribal people across Michigan for the Michigan Redistricting process.

Our organization is driven by a single goal: to promote and practice Mino-Bimaadiziwin (The Good Life) by making our community a better place for all. We strive to have the voices of our community represented and heard.

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The NAACP aims to disrupt inequality, dismantle racism, and accelerate change in key areas including criminal justice, health care, education, climate, and the economy.

The NAACP drives the hardest-fought wins for civil rights and social justice, as a network of activists dismantling structural racism by using its power to take action on the most pressing issues of our time to help make racial equity a reality.



  • American Association of University Women of Michigan (AAUW)
  • ADL Michigan (Anti-Defamation League)
  • Detroit Change Initiative
  • Emergent justice
  • Empower MI Vote
  • Gray Panthers of Metro Detroit
  • Interfaith Action of SW Michigan
  • League of Women Voters Saginaw County
  • Michigan Coalition for Human Rights
  • Royal Oak Area Democratic Club
  • Southeast Michigan Jobs with Justice


  • Adrianna Duchene
  • Alexandria N Franz
  • Alisa Stewart
  • Andy Ross
  • Barbara E Phillips
  • Bobbie Gaunt
  • Carl Blassingame
  • Charles DeGryse
  • Charles Thomas
  • Charles Thomas
  • Chauntelle Shearer
  • Christine Gerace
  • Cindy C Johnston
  • Connie Feuerstein
  • Connie Feuerstein
  • Cynthia Miller
  • Dave Sarkipato
  • David Ball
  • David Barnosky
  • David Bruneel
  • Felicity McKay
  • Gerald Nichols
  • Gloria Mills
  • Holly Fine
  • Ilene Sommers
  • Ira Frank Lourie
  • Janet Kiley
  • Jay S Johnson
  • Jessica Reiser
  • Joseph Verreau
  • Joseph Verreau
  • June Picard
  • Kelly Ferry
  • Ken Neumann
  • Ken Peterson
  • Kristin Jager
  • Larry Bush
  • Larry Feldman
  • Latrelle Burk
  • Linda Michaels Gruber
  • Lori A. Wenrich
  • Martha Woodruff
  • Marti Spieth
  • Mary Kay Schueneman
  • Michael D Volker
  • Mike Hawley
  • Mindy LePere
  • Nancy M Johnson
  • Nick Ciaramitaro
  • Olivia Howard
  • Paul Chuba
  • Philip Coon
  • Renee Stout
  • Robert Barker
  • Robert Bethune
  • Robin Danek
  • Samantha Meinke
  • Sharon Fay
  • Stephen Buckley
  • Tom Weeks
  • Walter Holmes