When We All Vote and DJ D-Nice to Host Virtual Voter Registration #CouchParty to Reach 50,000 Eligible Voters
Washington, DC: On Wednesday, March 25, Michelle Obama’s nonpartisan voting initiative, When We All Vote, is partnering with DJ D-Nice, founder of the viral Homeschool at Club Quarantine dance parties, to throw a virtual #CouchParty to help register eligible voters. As the country’s reality continues to change in the wake of the coronavirus’ ongoing impact on individuals and communities, When We All Vote is committed to exploring innovative and safe ways to reach voters where they are — at home.
DJ D-Nice is an entertainer, entrepreneur and activist, and his Homeschool at Club Quarantine social distancing dance parties have drawn more than 200,000 people on Instagram Live, including When We All Vote Co-Chair Michelle Obama. More than 3,000 #CouchParty volunteers have already signed up to help text eligible voters through Outvote, a web and mobile organizing platform used to reach unregistered voters. While our volunteers are texting on their laptops, iPads or smartphones, DJ D-Nice will spin a special set in their honor to inspire and motivate them in our effort to text 50,000 eligible voters by 9 pm ET.
A virtual voter registration #CouchParty with DJ D-Nice. The public can RSVP and sign up to Volunteer HERE: weall.vote/couchparty
WHEN: Wednesday, March 25, 2020
6:00PM Zoom/Facebook Live training
6:30PM DJ D-Nice Instagram Live party begins & texting begins
9:00PM Texting ends
ABOUT When We All Vote:
When We All Vote is a national, nonpartisan, non-profit that brings together citizens, institutions, brands, and organizations to increase participation in every election. We are committed to closing the race and age voting gap and empowering all eligible voters to cast their ballot by harnessing grassroots energy, establishing strategic partnerships, and implementing digital organizing strategies.
Launched in 2018 by co-chairs Michelle Obama, Tom Hanks, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Janelle Monáe, Chris Paul, Faith Hill, and Tim McGraw, When We All Vote is changing the culture around voting using a data-driven and multifaceted approach to increase participation in elections.
In the months directly before the 2018 midterm elections, When We All Vote organized 2,500 local voter registration events across the country, engaged 200 million Americans online about the significance of voting, and texted nearly four million voters the resources to register and get out to vote.
In 2019, When We All Vote announced its new celebrity co-chairs and media partners who will help to reach people where they are and ultimately change the culture around voting.