African American Voter Registration, Education, & Participation Project
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Increasing African American and urban voter registration, education, and participation through outreach to targeted communities in California. We've registered over 200,000 voters and counting since 2002!

About Us

Since our founding in 2002, African American Voter Registration, Education, and Participation (AAVREP)’s mission has been to increase African American and urban voter registration, education, and civic participation.

Through partnerships with community, labor and religious organizations, AAVREP empowers individuals and neighborhoods one vote at a time.

Throughout California history, black voters have been our most consistent Democratic voting block, standing strong against conservative efforts to roll back civil rights and equal opportunity.

From the State House to the White House, African Americans are currently leading the resistance to those who would destroy the progress we have made through 200 years of struggle.

What Some Call Work, We Call Commitment

* Registered more than 200,000 voters and counting (as verified by the Los Angeles County Registrar).

* Trained more than 2,500 Community-Based Team Members in voter registration and mobilization.

* Contacted nearly 200,000 households to help Get-Out-The-Vote at the door and on the phone.

* Developed a statewide email database of African Americans.

* Conducted extensive focus groups and polling of African American voters in state and local elections.

* Conducted Ecumenical Leadership meetings to educate and engage church congregations and encourage greater participation in the civic and political process.

* Strategically targeted and deployed Team Members to hundreds of precincts and polling places to help educate, persuade and turn out African American voters in local and state elections.

AAVREP Voter Registration, Education, and Participation Campaigns

2017 Local Elections 2016 Presidential Election 2014 Statewide Election 2013 Local Elections 2012 Presidential Election 2010 Statewide Election 2008 Presidential Election 2007 2006 Statewide Elections 2005 Statewide Special Election 2004 Presidential Election 2003 Statewide Special Election 2002 Statewide Election
  • Eric Garcetti, Curren Price, Monica Garcia Re-elect
  • Yes on Proposition H
  • No on Proposition S
  • Aja Brown Re-elect
  • Jimmy Gomez for Congress
  • Jerry Brown Re-elect & other statewides
  • Yes on Proposition 47
  • No on Proposition 46
  • Aja Brown for Compton Mayor
  • Wendy Greuel for LA Mayor
  • Curren Price for LA City Council
  • Get-Out-The-Vote Campaign
    Barack Obama
  • Yes on Proposition 30
  • No on Proposition 32
  • Jerry Brown for Governor
  • Kamala Harris for Attorney General
  • Holly Mitchell for State Assembly Re-elect Campaign
  • Curren Price for State Senate
  • Steve Bradford for State Assembly
  • Get-Out-The-Vote Campaign
    Barack Obama
  • Voter Registration Campaign
    In just 5 short years, registered over 95,000 voters
  • Yes on Propositions 1A – 1E
  • Yes on Proposition 84
  • Yes on Proposition 86
  • Yes on Proposition 87
  • No on Proposition 88
  • No on Proposition 90
  • Yes on Proposition H
  • No on Propositions 74-79
  • Yes on Proposition 80
  • Yes on Measure Y
  • Yes on Propositions 63, 66, 72
  • Yes on Measure Y
  • Yes on Propositions 55 and 56
  • No on the Recall of Gov. Davis
  • No on Proposition 54
  • Yes on Measures K and B
  • No on Measures F and H