Americans took to the ballot box on Tuesday with resounding support for critical ballot measures that will improve the lives of millions. These victories are no accident. They are the result of strategic and hard fought advocacy campaigns waged by nonprofit groups.
AFJ hosted a webinar to explain what a newly passed law in California, SB 27, means for nonprofits that support or oppose ballot measures. We hope that the changes in the law will allow more nonprofits to weigh in on ballot measures in California, now and in the future.
With ballot measure initiatives becoming a more popular tool for achieving policy goals, here’s how foundations can participate.
With ballot measures becoming increasingly important tools to create policy change, Justine Sarver from BISC highlights their new resources to help develop effective ballot-measure campaigns.
Our response to those who say social welfare groups should not engage in unlimited ballot measure advocacy.
While this may be a low-profile election, voters have an opportunity to address some very high-profile problems.
Fundraising and signature gathering is in full steam for ballot measures ranging from raising the minimum wage to banning fracking.
With the initiative process a more popular tool for achieving policy goals, here’s how foundations can participate.
What might be coming to your state in 2014.
The initiative landscape is heating up for 2014. Here’s what your nonprofit needs to know before initiating, supporting, or opposing a ballot measure.