Take a Second to Learn About Our (3!) New Members Plus CVP and VOP Release Major Reports

Posted by on April 05, 2019 at 2:56 PM

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It’s always exciting to welcome new member organizations to the Bridge Alliance. Indeed, every time one is announced internally, it sets off a mini-celebration among the Bridge Alliance staff. That’s because every addition opens up a world of opportunities to collaborate and bring attention to your movement.

Over the last few weeks, the Bridge Alliance family has had three mini-celebrations:

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As with all Bridge Alliance members, each of these three organizations have a track record of collaboration and results. I encourage you to check each of them out by clicking on their logo.

We also wanted to highlight major reports by Campus Vote Project (CVP) and Voice Of the People (VOP).

  • CVP released Democracy’s Future, which identifies key barriers to youth registration and voting and offers solutions to expand access. You can hear more about the report during their virtual panel discussion on April 11th @ 2 PM EST.
  • VOP published a survey exploring Americans’ views on NATO and our nation’s commitment to the Treaty in the wake of President Trump’s comments. As with all its surveys, VOP briefed respondents on the controversy and presented vetted arguments from both sides.

As always, thank you for your support.


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Bridge Alliance Members in the News:

Represent.Us; Bridge Alliance; Leadership Now Project; Unite America; Issue One - RealClearPolitics - Political Reformers Gain Steam -- With an Eye on 2020

Essential Partners - Alabama.com - Lessons from a year-long community dialogue on guns

Young Invincibles - Daily Journal - Millennials, Latinos among groups most likely not to have health insurance