Elections

More than 200 million Americans in 35 states will have the opportunity November 8 to decide whether to approve new laws on a wide range of social and public policy issues.

While most of the election-related media coverage is focused on the presidential election, nonprofits across the country are taking nonpartisan steps to engage candidates at the state and local...

Perhaps more than any other year, the public has every right to be confused about who can vote and when, and about what charitable nonprofits can and can’t do when political candidates are...

The 2015 elections are mostly decided, and voters decided several issues that affect the work of nonprofits in communities:

All of the election news this month has been about how the multiple presidential candidates are positioning themselves against each other and most communications from DC-based organizations appear...

The people and communities served by charitable nonprofits “win” elections when all the candidates learn about the significant impact of nonprofits, look to nonprofits as community problem solvers...

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