After making over 2,300 phone calls and knocking on over 900 doors in four targeted precincts, Austin Interfaith leaders helped ensure that voters made their voice heard in District 10 during this most recent runoff election.
Leaders engaged in hundreds of nonpartisan conversations at the door (and by phone) to secure commitments to vote on Election Day. Leaders also left reminder voice mails and fliers to ensure that voters knew when and where to vote. As a result, where leaders had face-to-face conversations, Election Day turnout increased by 5-16% compared to 2014 Election Day turnout in a comparable runoff election.
Congratulations, Austin Interfaith!
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