Increasing African American and urban voter registration, education, and participation through outreach to targeted communities in California. We've registered over 175,000 voters and counting since 2002!
The November 2016 election demonstrated how important each election is, and why every vote counts.
Whether we are voting for president or city council, our representatives CAN and DO have an impact on our individual quality of life and community’s well being — just ask the 1+ million residents of Los Angeles and 400,000 African Americans in California who may lose their health care if President Trump and the Republicans in Congress are successful in repealing Obamacare and replacing it with more expensive and less beneficial health care coverage.
On behalf of the African American Voter Registration, Education and Participation Project (African American Voter REP), thank you for registering to vote and exercising the fundamental obligation of citizenship. WHAT MATTERS NOW IS WHO VOTES AND WHY.
Ignore the polls. See beyond the distractions. Resist the haters. Protest their attempts to roll back history by discouraging our participation in the election process. There’s a lot on the line in today’s election.
Many local candidate elections like the Curren Price race in the City of L.A.’s 9th District and critical ballot measures like Proposition H that would fund services for the chronically homeless throughout L.A. County need your voice.
From winning the right to vote – to electing the first person of color president – YOUR VOTE MATTERS! It’s an indispensable tool of progress and empowerment.
Please VOTE by 8:00 p.m. today, Tuesday, March 7.
For additional voter information, go to the African American Civic Engagement Project (AACEP) website Resource page.
Our endorsements on candidates and issues:
March 2017 Primary Endorsements