Our program contains three tiers of involvement, designed to accommodate any schedule and experience level. We offer both part-time (up to 20 hours/wk) and full-time internships (20-30 hours/wk), as well as a full-time fellowship program (30+ hours/wk) for applicants who are looking to take their involvement with the campaign to the next level. Additionally, our staff will be promoting exceptional fellows and full-time interns to "Lead Organizers," who will have the additional responsibility of managing their own team of interns and fellows. All program participants will have the opportunity to partake in our Field Organizer Training Program, where we'll cover not only the basics of campaign field organizing, but go in-depth into cutting edge and proven grassroots organizing strategies to prepare them to work on, and eventually run, campaigns of their own in the future.
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Jason Kander, a former Army Captain and Secretary of State from Missouri, started Let America Vote to fight back against proposals across the country that make it harder for eligible voters to exercise their constitutional right to cast a ballot. Whether it’s extreme identification requirements, questionable purges of voter rolls, voter intimidation, new and extreme voter registration processes, or anything that makes voting harder, Let America Vote will be there to lead the way against it. Through grassroots organizing, Let America Vote will play a crucial role among the existing network of organizations fighting for voting rights.
Jason has said that New Hampshire has become the symbol of the ever-evolving fight over attempts to tighten state voter eligibility laws. Since President Trump falsely claimed that "bus loads" of Massachusetts residents illegally voted in New Hampshire in 2016, the Republican-controlled state legislature has attempted to complicate the voting process and discourage eligible Granite Staters from voting. Passed last year, SB3 disproportionately impacts individuals who move often and could potentially result in government officials knocking on the doors of voters to question them after they register to vote. Even more extreme voter suppression bills, HB 1264 & HB 372, are currently making their way through the legislature. These bills explicitly target college students, and would effectively impose a post-election poll tax on students trying to participate in the democratic process. If we don’t fight back, more voter suppression laws like these will pass, resulting in the disenfranchisement of more and more Granite State voters.
Let America Vote is an equal opportunity employer. It is the organization’s policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer any and all personnel actions without regard to sex, race, age, color, creed, national origin, physical disability, religion, ethnic identity, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, economic status or any other legally protected basis.