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Without [Mobilize], [Renata Sahagian, Chief Experience Officer of No Vet Alone] says: “We would never be able to be in front of that many people across the country, ever.”
“It is wild to us that nothing like Mobilize existed prior to Mobilize existing.” — Mallory Long, All on the Line
Campaigns and Elections
In-person events, whatever their size, which were the basis for mobilization and fundraising, are now canceled for the foreseeable future. [Mobilize] is moving to give campaigns an alternative.
Now, in a time of nationally mandated social distancing, they are becoming indispensable.
WXVU Cincinnati Public Radio
Mobilize is making its services free for COVID-19 relief purposes.
Wall Street Journal
In-person events typically account for three-quarters of activities. But [Mobilize's CEO Alfred Johnson] said that 85% of volunteer or supporter sign-ups on Friday have been tied to virtual events, such as phone banking or virtual town halls.
Nationwide, the number of Democrats signing up to canvass, for phone banks, host gatherings or train as precinct captains for presidential hopefuls has eclipsed 2018’s record-setting pace, according to data from MobilizeAmerica, an organizing platform used by all the major candidates, the Iowa Democratic Party, and many outside groups.
Wall Street Journal
MobilizeAmerica, the digital-organizing firm used by most Democratic presidential campaigns to coordinate volunteers, said it is raising $3.75 million as it expands ahead of the 2020 election.
The Daily Beast
MobilizeAmerica is quickly becoming the go-to tool for campaigns and organizers to gather supporters.
Wall Street Journal
Finding, tracking and encouraging volunteers—and promoting events to receptive audiences—can be time-consuming for political candidates, [DNC spokesperson] Ms. Singh said. MobilizeAmerica’s automated system cuts down on what the campaigns need to do by automatically reminding volunteers about coming events and tracking engagement.
If Act Blue refers to itself as a “conduit” for the smooth flow of funds, MobilizeAmerica might refer to itself as a conduit for Democratic volunteerism
If Democrats succeed on Nov. 6, the tools they funded could be a boon that lasts beyond the midterms — giving the party a technological advantage in its coming rematch against Trump.
New York Times
MobilizeAmerica software and other sophisticated digital tools... recruit volunteers and channel them toward where they’ll make the most difference.
“We are so proud to partner with MobilizeAmerica and progressive groups across the country to enable volunteers to support Democrats in their campaigns and to organize around the issues are important to their lives and to our country’s future,” DNC Chairman Tom Perez said in a statement.
Now, top Democratic operatives are counting on [Mobilize] to help harness grassroots enthusiasm in races throughout the country, creating a more robust volunteer network than the party has had.
For Conor Lamb’s special election win in Pennsylvania last month, [Mobilize] tracked 4,000 shifts, including 1,300 on the Friday before the election, which he went on to win by a very tight 670 votes.
[Mobilize is] among the new startups entering the scene...They’re adapting tools and tech from business to make campaigns more efficient...Republicans have not yet built out a similar grass-roots infrastructure for technology.
[The 2017 Virginia midterms are] the initial focus of MobilizeAmerica, a startup with a platform...making it convenient for would-be volunteers to make sense of the many phone-calling, door to door canvassing, texting and other potential activities from a myriad of groups, and then sign up.
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