Civic Engagement


Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson organizes hundreds of people to register and mobilize thousands of working people of color and immigrants.


We combine our civic engagement with our issue-based fights to build our collective power and win meaningful change.

In the Hudson Valley, elections at the local and state-level can be determined by just a handful of votes — and our communities can’t afford to lose to the rising force of xenophobia and white supremacy. That’s why we’re fighting for representative elections by registering voters and increasing voter turnout amongst students, working people of color, and new Americans.

We believe that we can create a Hudson Valley and New York State for all of us!


We train hundreds of people to canvass, register voters, and make Get Out The Vote calls and texts.

We educate thousands of members and allies on voting laws, rights, and impact through regular meetings and forums.

We partner with organizations to maximize our impact, working closely with the New York Immigration Coalition and the New York Civic Engagement Table, to ensure a coordinated statewide effort to make our elections more representative of all our communities.

We’re fighting for a full, fair, and accurate Census as a member of the New York Counts 2020 coalition.

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In less than four months, we registered 1,722 new voters across the Hudson Valley in 2019.
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In less than a month, we contacted over 35,000 voters to increase voter turnout in the local 2019 elections.
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In the months leading up to the 2018 midterm election, we organized over 150 volunteers to register 1,067 voters and make 25,625 personal get-out-the-vote calls and texts.
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