Getting out the climate-concerned vote in Philadelphia ahead of the PA primary


Over the course of a week in April, Dayenu partnered with the Environmental Voter Project (EVP) to knock on doors of climate-concerned voters in Philadelphia, and remind them to get out to vote in the Pennsylvania primary. While the weather veered from sunny to stormy, our folks cheerfully took to the streets.

About EVP: EVP has a singular mission and a precise strategy: to “identify inactive environmentalists and transform them into consistent voters to build the power of the environmental movement.” The organization uses sophisticated data analysis to find these voters, and then good old organizing (with many partners) to reach out and activate them to vote.

Check out this April 2024 piece on ABC about EVP’s strategy.

About Dayenu’s Chutzpah campaign: Over two election cycles (in 2020 and 2022), Dayenu worked to mobilize climate-concerned, low-propensity voters, partnering with EVP in 2022. Our efforts reached a million voters over these two cycles — and we’re getting ready to do it again.

Our 2024 Chutzpah campaign will officially launch later this year, in the effort to get climate-concerned voters to the polls for this profoundly important election.

Keep an eye out for communications from us in coming weeks. Let us know if you’d like to be involved!

Dayenu activist leader Atara Saunders with some canvassing volunteers on Drexel University campus.
Dayenu’s own Nati Passow made it out one evening after work to hit the streets in Philadelphia.


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