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Midterms and Moving Lines: How Nonprofits and Philanthropy Can Support Safe and Secure Elections

Midterm elections are quickly approaching, and California’s new redistricting lines are already having an effect on the voting landscape. How the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors can help voters understand the implications of these changes before they head to the polls, is one of many issues to consider. Grassroots organizations have also been working tirelessly throughout the pandemic to try to protect access to safe and secure elections while also helping voters navigate campaign misinformation and disinformation.

Join the California Policy Forum to learn from organizations on the ground about the opportunities and challenges of the new electoral maps and how the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors can support the crucial work of ensuring representation that serves the best interests of our communities.

The California Policy Forum – a collaboration of Philanthropy California, Cal Nonprofits, and the League of California Community Foundations – helps educate and support organizations in leveraging their experiences working across sectors to strengthen democracy at all levels. We work to elevate communities of color and the nonprofit sector, make meaningful connections between local and national elections, and harness the deep relationships with California’s grassroots power builders.


  • Tavae Samuelu, Executive Director, Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC)

Jonathan Mehta Stein

Executive Director
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