About Us

Since launching in the wake of the 2016 elections, the Sister District Project has grown to over 30,000 volunteers across the country. Our volunteers raised more than $350,000 in small-dollar cash donations directly for our candidates in 2017, plus another $350,000 in partnership with allied organizations. We made over 81,000 phone calls, wrote 40,000 postcards, knocked on 30,000 doors, and sent 185,000 text messages. 

We have partnerships on the national and local levels with Indivisible, Swing Left, Flippable, One Vote at a Time, MarchOn, Together We Will, Solidarity Sundays, EMILY’s List, and Emerge, along with countless other progressive organizations and local groups.

We’re also proud to be an organization founded and led by women, including women of color. Four out of five of us quit our jobs to be with Sister District full time.


The Sister District Project activates the power, passion, and creativity of volunteers to win elections and turn states blue. 


By 2020, the Sister District Project will lead the movement to turn state legislatures blue and ensure fair redistricting by empowering an enduring community of volunteers who are formidable in their ability to help Democrats win elections. 


Integrity: We believe in doing what is right even when nobody else is looking.

Strategy: We are thoughtful and deliberate in forming our plans, setting our priorities, and deploying our resources, always ensuring that they advance us toward our goals.

Kindness: We work collaboratively and treat people both inside and outside our organization with respect and generosity. 

Creativity: True to our scrappy beginnings, we encourage innovation and ingenuity at all levels. 

Tenacity: We move forward with a curious and problem-solving attitude, and we do not give up. 

The Sister District Team

ADVISORY Committee & STAFF Volunteers

The Sister District Project is fortunate to have on its team an incredible group of exceptionally dedicated volunteers who help to carry out core functions of the organization. The Sister District Project is also advised by a number of experts in the fields of politics, policy, community organizing, technology, finance, law, and beyond.