TMO leaders knocked on hundreds of doors and contacted thousands of voters by phone through organized Get Out The Vote walks and phone banks around their churches in Houston, Cypress, and Pasadena. While 63% more people voted in Texas this year, targeted precincts far outperformed the statewide average. In one targeted Cypress precinct, leaders called hundreds of voters and voter turnout increased by 95.65%. In another targeted precinct, in Pasadena, leaders called hundreds of voters and turnout increased by 117.65%!
TMO leaders held seven civic academies across Harris County to educate voters about the upcoming County Bond election. Guests including Bayou City Initiative’s Jim Blackburn, Harris County Flood District Representatives, and Commissioner Ellis’ staff joined the meetings. TMO leaders organized follow up phone banks to reach thousands of voters during the early voting period.
Don’t forget to vote August 25, 2018!!
Leaders from New Hope Missionary Baptist church knocked on doors in their neighborhood to listen to stories, sign up voters to TMO’s agenda of issues and encourage participation in the primary election. Leaders in the neighborhood expressed an appetite to clean up their neighborhood and fight for speed bumps and sidewalks.
TMO leaders lay out a strategy for nonpartisan voter education for increased voter participation in the March 2018 primary elections. The proposal was delivered at a TMO leaders meeting.