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The V.E.R.Y. Pissed Tool Kit

Are you pissed too? Enlist to fight for candidates who support and protect women’s rights in the midterm elections!

Our partner, NARAL

We’re partnering with NARAL to recruit volunteers for the critical midterm elections!

NARAL works to protect abortion access across the country.

Women need to control their own destinies by having access to affordable contraception, and holding anti-choice politicians accountable and demanding lawmakers trust women.

Find Pro Equality Candidates with this online tool

Zakiya Thomas
& Bettina Hager spoke on Episode 11 of the podcast.

Use the Elect Equality tool as a voter guide for the midterm elections so that you select pro-ERA candidates.

Tools From Our Episodes


Tom Bonier spoke on Episode 18 of the podcast.

Buy the “I am a voter” hat from Michael Stars.

Read Tom’s article in “The New York Times

Find out about absentee voting in your state.


Steve Phillips and Maya Rockeymoore Cummings spoke on Episode 17 of the podcast.

Preorder Steve’s new book, “How We Will Win the Civil War.”

Find out what is going on in one of the key states in this election: The New Georgia Project.


Amy Siskind spoke on Episode 16 of the podcast.

Get involved with The New Agenda and help improve the lives of women and girls by bringing about systemic change in the media, at the workplace, at school and at home.

Buy Amy’s book “The List,” which chronicles Trump’s first year in office and listen to her podcast, “The Weekly List.


Nancy Thompson,
Jessica Craven
& Jane Slusser spoke on Episode 15 of the podcast.

Volunteer with Mothers Against Greg Abbott or buy their merchandise to support their mission.

Get the weekday newsletter Chop Wood, Carry Water to get quick, actionable steps in your inbox.

Sign up to be a poll worker in your community and be a pivotal part of Election Day.


Elizabeth Nash spoke on Episode 14 of the podcast.

Donate to the Guttmacher Institute to support their continued mission of influencing reproductive health policy through credible research.


A’shanti Gholar spoke on Episode 12 of the podcast.

Run for office yourself, nominate a woman to run for office, bring Emerge to your state, or attend an event by visiting this link.


Zakiya Thomas
& Bettina Hager spoke on Episode 11 of the podcast.

Use the Elect Equality tool as a voter guide for the midterm elections so that you select pro-ERA candidates.


Andrea Young spoke on Episode 10 of the podcast.

Join the ACLU of Georgia’s Rapid Response team or become a poll worker in Georgia.


Kevin Jennings spoke on Episode 9 of the podcast.

Volunteer with Lambda Legal by becoming a cooperating attorney or helping with events and fundraisers.


Kelly Burton spoke on Episode 8 of the podcast.

Get involved with the National Democratic Redistricting Committee to ensure election equality!


Emma Pildes and Tia Lessin spoke on Episode 7 of the podcast.

Maria Horn also spoke on Episode 7 of the podcast.

Watch “The Janes” on HBO Max and check out their Resource Guide for those in need of abortion services.

Maria Horn isn’t running for re-election in this cycle, but she did create a PAC to help other Democrats raise money in Connecticut. Donate to the MPAC here.



Heidi Sieck spoke on Episode 5 of the podcast.

Find pro choice candidates in your area using the #VoteProChoice Voter’s Guide


Jevin Hodge spoke on Episode 4 of the podcast.

Friends of Jevin Hodge are using the platform Mobilize to organize canvassing and phone banking opportunities!


Melanie Campbell spoke on Episode 3 of the podcast.

The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation organizes events and volunteer opportunities aimed at engaging Black voters all across the country.


Mini Timmaraju, president of NARAL, spoke on
Episode 2 of the podcast.

Sign up to: Fight against anti-choice attacks and hold bad actors accountable at the national and local levels, while working to protect and expand reproductive freedom and abortion access across the country.


Carolyn Maloney spoke on Episode 1 of the podcast.

Carolyn Maloney is passionate about the Equal Rights Amendment and has been instrumental in getting it this far. Get involved with the ERA Coalition to get this amendment into the Constitution.

Additional Resources


Verify your voter registration here
Register to vote here.
Sign up for an absentee ballot here
Learn how to vote in your state here

Thank you to “Chop Wood, Carry Water” for the above links. Sign up here!

Tell President Biden: Declare a public health & national emergency around abortion, & hire federal abortion providers. MoveOn
Eliminate the undemocratic Senate filibuster. Common Cause
Demand Congress Pass the Jones Court Expansion Bill. Indivisible
Tell Your Senators: Pass the Women’s Health Protection Act. Democratic Coalition
Know Your Protestors’ Rights. ACLU
Become a Poll Worker. U.S. Election Assistance Commission
Run for office. Emerge AmericaEMILY’s List, and Run for Something 
Stop the corporate funding of abortion bans. #ReproReceipts
Support companies that stand against policies that hinder people’s health, independence, and ability to fully succeed in the workplace. Don’t Ban Equality
Activate, educate, and mobilize male allies into the fight. Men4Choice

Thank you to Susie T. Buell’s newsletter “The Uprising” for the above links. Sign up here!

Daily Kos

Get news you can do something about from these digital media company. “Staff writers share the latest stories and analysis to inform readers about hard-hitting issues that matter to progressives, and our activism team provides tools like petitions, letter writing campaigns, and organized protests to empower our readers to take action.”

Visit the Daily Kos.

iVote

Some of the most important states in the electoral process have voter suppression laws in place, and iVote is a voting rights organization dedicated to changing that. According to their website,  iVote is “dedicated to going on offense in battleground states to expand access to voting. The New York Times described iVote’s efforts as ‘the first major push to counter the Republican moves with a legislative strategy to expand voter rights.’”

Visit iVote’s website.

Swing Left

If we are going to have victory in the midterm elections, it’s going to take all of us. Swing Left is an organization that’s creating a “lasting culture of grassroots participation in winning elections for the Left by making it as easy as possible for anyone to have maximum impact on the elections that determine the balance of power in our country.”

Visit Swing Left and find out what you can do.

Indivisible

This is a group that’s dedicated “to build a democracy that reflects a broad, multiracial ‘we the people,’ one that works for all of us and is sustained by all of us. Only then will we be able to achieve a progressive vision for our future.”

Read the Indivisible Guide that started the movement that would become Indivisible.

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