Since the election, record calls to Congress helped progressives fight Trump’s hateful agenda and win critical victories. Some of the largest calling campaigns in the country have been powered by Revere Calling.
Daily Action quickly grew a membership of 250,000+ active advocates, driving more than one million calls and 3.2 million connected call minutes to electeds in a matter of months.
White House Inc. connected more than 35,000 calls to Trump’s businesses, demanding that he divests and releases his tax returns. The White House comment line was quickly reactivated.
MoveOn has used Revere Calling to drive a half million calls from text messages, online videos, Facebook ads, and email campaigns — challenging Trump on everything from cabinet appointments to health care reform.
Our Revolution drove 50,000+ minutes of calls to Congress about DeVos' confirmation. The onslaught of calls made national news and displayed the power of the resistance.
In March, IDG drove 800+ calls to the NYC City Council, advocating for tipping for FHV drivers. The campaign won the support of elected through a sign on letter.
Drunk Dial Congress connected 100,000 calls to Congress to demand an end to the government shut down in 2013.
Organizations connect their members to a policymaker using incoming calls, ads, click-to-call forms, or even by texting a keyword.
Once connected to the call flow, the caller enters his or her zip code and then hears a brief recorded message with talking points.
The caller is connected directly to the Capitol or district office of the elected, skipping the switchboard and ready to share their opinion.