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    Policy Report Democracy & Voting Rights

    An Evaluation Of The Efficacy Of Community Clinic-Based Integrated Voter Engagement During California’s 2020 General Election

    This report outlines the findings from a randomized experiment with treatment, placebo, and control groups to measure the effectiveness of AltaMed’s Get Out The Vote (GOTV) campaign for the presidential election of November 3, 2020.


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    This report outlines the findings from a randomized experiment with treatment, placebo, and control groups to measure the effectiveness of Altamed’s Get Out The Vote (GOTV) campaign for the presidential election of November 3, 2020.

    The GOTV campaign included a combination of election education information in the health centers as well as door-to-door canvassing and phone banking within a five-mile radius of their respective clinic sites. The program was conducted throughout communities in East Los Angeles, Southeast Los Angeles, Oakland, parts of Orange County where outreach focused on the cities of Anaheim and Santa Ana, and parts of South San Diego County where outreach was done in Chula Vista, National City and San Ysidro.

    Our analysis indicates that AltaMed’s outreach efforts are very effective at mobilizing communities and that their phone and canvassing program was very successful in mobilizing the low-propensity voters they contacted.