Register.gop Partners With The RSLC’s Future Majority Project For Hispanic Outreach Effort
Washington, D.C. – Today Register.gop launched an online advertising buy in an effort to expand Hispanic voter outreach ahead of the midterm elections. This online push is a partnership with the Republican State Leadership Committee’s Future Majority Project in celebration on National Voter Registration Day. Just like the website, the ads feature English and Spanish language copy. The Republican Party’s registration solution makes registering to vote simpler and can be easily used by candidates on the stump or by field staff knocking on doors. Today’s effort shows that the RSLC is keeping its commitment to growing its numbers and creating a future majority.
RSLC President Matt Walter noted:
“The ultimate goal of the Future Majority Project is to ensure that the Republican Party embodies the full diversity of America, both through candidates and long-term and sustained engagements. Register.gop is helping us connect with Hispanic voters in a way that is changing the game by making voter registration easier and more accessible than ever before. We are pleased to expand our efforts to other targets as we celebrate National Voter Registration month in the lead up to the election. With continued outreach towards these key constituencies, we are confident that we will have stronger and more diverse Republican voters come November 4th.”
Launched in 2014, as a project of the Republican National Committee (RNC), Republican Governor’s Association (RGA), National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) and Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), register.gop is a resource for any American registering to vote. Registering to vote is the gateway to participate in the political process – one of the most sacred rights we have as US citizens and through register.gop we hope to make it as easy as possible. Register.gop represents a powerful partnership between Republican committees to organize online that is unmatched by the Democrats.
The site is built on the .gop domain and serves as an example for the type of online organizing that takes place on the preferred domain for all Republicans on the web – .gop.