We work to provide every American with a fair shot at a good job, a secure future and a strong voice in our democracy. We elect public officials who stick up for working families at all levels of government. We use tactics that promote citizen engagement and empower people to make a difference on issues that affect their daily lives.
We have a multi-issue agenda that includes closing corporate tax loopholes, ending childhood hunger, growing a strong middle class, and fighting for a future that gives all Americans — not just the powerful or the lucky or the super-talented few — the opportunity to lead fulfilling lives as our economy changes.
Colorado Victory 2020
Colorado Fair Share Action is conducting an extensive persuasion and GOTV program to identify and turnout votes for Joe Biden & Kamala Harris for President & Vice President, John Hickenlooper for U.S. Senate, and 15 candidates for the state legislature.
In the era of COVID, Fair Share Action will reach voters over the phone, through digital outreach, and working with paid staff and volunteers.
Fair Share Action has made a $200,000 contribution to American Bridge 21st Century (AB PAC) to support their work including taking back the Senate and removing Donald Trump from the White House.
The Lincoln Project
Fair Share Action has made a $5,000 contribution to the Lincoln Project. The project is holding accountable those who would violate their oaths to the Constitution and would put others before Americans.
Florida Vote By Mail 2020
Fair Share Action conducted a Florida calling campaign in August and September of 2020 in partnership with Florida America Votes, assisting Florida voters to be able to vote safely from home during a pandemic by submitting a vote by mail application. Fair Share Action’s telephone organizers called a list of over 400,000 registered Florida voters who had just received a letter in the mail containing an application to vote by mail. The Fair Share Action team explained to voters the process for submitting their absentee ballot applications and encouraged them to do so if they preferred to vote in this way. In total the project reached 35,724 Florida voters with this message.