VoteRiders Partner Organizations

Partner Organizations support VoteRiders' mission and actively collaborate with us to accomplish it.  

Some of the ways VoteRiders collaborates with Partners and other organizations:

  • Educating and advising voters and other stakeholders about voter ID laws.
  • Providing voter ID experts to answer questions and provide assistance in securing ID to vote via our national toll-free Voter ID Helpline (844-338-8743), our website, and
  • For low-income voters: reimbursing the cost of any documents required to obtain a voter ID such as a certified copy of the voter’s birth certificate, name-change court order, etc. as well as a replacement driver’s license if necessary; and helping to arrange transportation to the local government office to secure their voter ID or any required documents.
  • Providing free voter ID education materials online, including our Voter ID Info Cards and Voter ID Guides e.g. for voter registration and GOTV drives.
  • Trainings for organizations and volunteers on how to obtain voter ID and required supporting documents.
  • Working with pro bono lawyers (e.g., Association of Pro Bono Counsel) and government officials’ staff to help voters secure necessary documents.
  • Training canvassers for door-to-door and phone-bank voter registration and Get Out the Vote (GOTV) drives: how to identify voters who need help or have questions and connecting them with VoteRiders as well as explaining the voter ID law.
  • Tabling at community events and presentations to organizations.
  • Facilitating local Voter ID Coalitions, including providing and supporting a locally-based VoteRiders Coordinator to organize outreach and activities. Coalitions bring together on-the-ground organizations, local election and other government officials, community institutions, businesses like transportation companies, etc.
  • Organizing Voter ID Coalitions, Voter ID Clinics and other community events, e.g., Voter ID Month, Week, etc.
If you would like more details about becoming a Partner Organization, please contact us.
  • African-American Civic Engagement Roundtable exists to improve the quality of life for Wisconsin’s African-American community through civic engagement, education, economic development, access to quality and affordable healthcare and community justice.
  • Amani Neighborhood Association: A diverse group of Milwaukee residents determined to move forward toward a healthy and sustainable community.
  • BLOC (Black Leaders Organizing for Communities) works to ensure a high quality of life and access to opportunities for members of the Black community in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin.
  • Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund: a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that is committed to achieving a Wisconsin which embraces the full agency of our democracy.
  • City on a Hill provides services to meet medical, nutritional, social, emotional and spiritual needs of uninsured, medically underserved and homeless residents of Milwaukee.
  • Coalition of Voting Organizations of Brown County (including its Voter ID Help Team) is a growing umbrella group of non-partisan, voting-supportive organizations in Brown County that educates, motivates, assists in voter registration, and encourages active participation in the voting process.​
  • Dane County Voter ID Coalition educates voters about the requirement to show a voter photo ID to receive a ballot on Election Day or when voting absentee.
  • First United Methodist Church (Madison): including food ministries, homeless ministries and housing outreach to our music ministries and youth programs.
  • League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County: conducts nonpartisan voter service and citizen education activities.
  • NAACP Milwaukee Branch’s mission is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
  • Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin’s mission is to empower all individuals to manage their sexual and reproductive health through patient services, education and advocacy.
  • UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, provides programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of underserved populations.
  • Wisconsin Voices: a network of over 60 nonpartisan civic engagement organizations that leverage their collective power to mobilize and empower people to strengthen Wisconsin's democracy for everyone.

Wisconsin Collaborating Organizations

  • AFSME Council 32
  • Center for Veterans Issues
  • Christ Church Milwaukee
  • Common Cause in Wisconsin
  • Disability Rights Wisconsin
  • Dryhootch
  • Guest House of Milwaukee
  • Incarnation Church
  • Indivisible Milwaukee
  • Literacy Services of WI
  • League of Women Voters of Dane County
  • Metropolitan Church
  • Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative
  • NAACP Dane County Branch
  • Porchlight
  • Society's Assets
  • St. Marks Church
  • South Central Federation of Labor
  • Urban League of Greater Madison
  • Veterans for Peace
  • VETS Place Central
  • Voting Advocates of Brown County
  • YWCA Madison
  • YWCA Milwaukee