We measure everything! Expect to see weekly process metrics on this page. How many volunteers did we recruit and train? How many new voters did we register? How many calls did we make and receive? How many doors did we knock on? How much data did we refine? How many events did we help organize? How many civic groups did we partner with? We want you to know what we've been up to...
Our progress on data acquisition
PACC is working with data to identify households with no registered voters to target in our distributed voter registration effort in the 10 most populous North Carolina counties. This graph gives you a sense of the progress we've made in the past 6 weeks. We're waiting for the latest data on same day registrants and votes cast on Nov 7 2017. Expect a major leap in data acquisition metrics in mid November 2017.
We have a list of ~50,000 households with zero registered voters in just Wake County. We expect the composition of this list to change significantly after the Nov 7 2017 election. We want this list to be as accurate as possible before we start recruiting volunteers to knock on these doors. If you're interested in this effort, please register here. We will send you information to precinct officers, and contact you with your to-do list. Volunteers will undergo a basic process of vetting to comply with county party organization bylaws.