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Minnesota

Minnesota Voice is a coalition of organizations working toward permanent social, racial, and economic justice by increasing civic engagement and voter participation across the state.

Minnesota Voice supports partner organizations nonpartisan civic engagement work with data and tools support, training, grants, coordinated voter registration and Get Out the Vote work, the Community Organizing Leadership fellows program, and coalition work to expand democracy for all communities.

Minnesota Voice partners are grounded in the belief that: decision-makers will be held accountable when collective power has been built; more participation equals a stronger democracy; and that public institutions will improve people’s lives when they advance people-driven solutions and address racial and economic disparities.