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noi12.co/OnyC98. GOTV Data. Katie Ellis New Organizing Institute. Introductions. NOI O n Demand You Norms. FOLLOWING THE LAW. Elections.neworganizing.com. FOLLOWING THE LAW. www.afj.org. Katie Ellis . Data Training Manager. New Organizing Institute.

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gotv data

GOTV Data

Katie Ellis

New Organizing Institute

introductions
Introductions

NOI On Demand

You

Norms

following the law
FOLLOWING THE LAW

Elections.neworganizing.com

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Katie Ellis

Data Training Manager

New Organizing Institute

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In today’s session, you’ll learn how to choose which voters to contact during GOTV (Get Out the Vote), recruit and allocate volunteer efforts, and get your logistics in order.

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Introduction

  • Review of GOTV Strategy
  • Building Universes
  • Planning Volunteer Capacity
  • GOTV Logistics Calculations
  • Making Adjustments
  • Wrap Up
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Why do we need data?

  • Strategic Use of Limited Resources
  • Setting Strategic Goals & Maintaining Accountability
  • Demonstrating Success & Power
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Why do we need data?

  • Strategic Use of Limited Resources
  • Setting Strategic Goals & Maintaining Accountability
  • Demonstrating Success & Power
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Time

Limited resources

People

Money

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Some basic terms

  • GOTV - Get Out The Vote refers to activities organizations and campaigns take in the run up to an election to maximize the number of supporters that turn out to vote.
  • Universe - The set of voters you will attempt to turn out to vote on election day.
  • Modeling Scores – A prediction (based on voter file, polling, and commercial data) as to how a voter will behave.
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Marrying the grid with van

  • Key Question:

How do we match up our conceptual definitions of universes with actual lists of real people?

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Van variables

Voter Status

Demographics

Models

Census Data (sometimes)

Geographic

Contact history

Current and old lists

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Vote likelihood

  • What is the best predictor of an individual voting in an upcoming election:
    • In the 2012 General Election?

2008!

    • In the 2014 General Election?

2010!

    • A special election? Uhhh…
      • Look for other non-regular or low turnout elections
      • Key factors are competitiveness and similar date
  • Turnout Models
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Vote likelihood in 2012

3/3 Midterms

OR

2004 + 2008 + 2010

70 +

2/2 Presidentials

OR

1-2/3 Midterms

30 - 70

All other vote histories

< 30

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Support levels

  • How do you know who supports your issue or not?
    • Polling
    • Organizational Issue or Mission
  • Supporter level assumptions are trickier than vote history—often many variables.
support x turnout
Support x Turnout = ?

All Voters REMOVE Women REMOVE age <35 NARROW t/o 70+

Women REMOVE age <35 REMOVE 60+ NARROW t/o 70+

Age <35, ADD Women 60+ NARROW Turnout 70+

Age <35, ADD Women 60+ NARROW Turnout 30-70

All Voters REMOVE Women REMOVE age< 35 NARROW t/o 30-70

Women REMOVE <35 REMOVE 60-120 NARROW t/o 30-70

Women REMOVE age <35 REMOVE 60+ NARROW

t/o<30

All Voters REMOVE Women REMOVE age <35 NARROW t/o <30

Age <35, ADD Women 60+ NARROW Turnout < 30

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Calculating volunteers

  • How long is one canvass shift?
  • How many doors can one volunteer knock per hour?
  • How many doors can one volunteer knock per canvass shift?
  • Do volunteers go out alone or in pairs?
  • How many shifts are required to knock on 456 doors?
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Calculating volunteers

  • How long is a phonebanking shift?
  • How many calls can a volunteer make per hour?
  • How many calls can a volunteer make per shift?
  • How many shifts are required to make 456 calls?
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EdayPhonebank logistics

  • How many calling shifts are there in a day?
  • How many phone lines do you need?
  • How many pizzas should you order?
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Gotv program planning

  • 250,000 doors
    • How many shifts are required?
  • 15 organizers
    • How many shifts per organizer?
  • 10 days
    • How many shifts per organizer per day?
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Printing logistics

  • 250,000 doors
    • How many pages?
  • 30 pages/minute
    • How many hours?
  • 1500 pages/toner cartridge
    • How many toner cartridges?
  • $30/toner cartridge
    • How much money in toner?
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Printing logistics

  • When does all of your data need to be entered?
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Printing logistics

  • When does all of your data need to be entered?
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Adjusting capacity

  • If need 300 volunteers and can only find 100, what’s next?
    • Find the BEST voters within your targets
      • Constituency
      • Turnout likelihood
      • Party ID
      • Etc
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