Voices Vote Now

 Professional data services
& fully integrated analytic solutions

The progressive movement is changing.

Gone are the days of clipboards and paper lists. In today’s world, the movement requires BIG data, BIG analytics, BIG strategy & BIG solutions.

VVN provides the seamless integration between the databases, consultants and software platforms required to succeed in the 21st century.

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Who we are

Our team consists of proven industry experts in:

  • Strategy
  • Big data
  • GIS
  • American demography
  • the Census
  • Integration of modelling sets to field ops
  • Analytics.

The convergence of these skill sets makes us a cut above – providing the right data and analytic approach for each client’s unique needs.

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Where We Come From

VVN was founded in 2013, bringing together a staff with many years of expertise at progressive data firms and associations. Our voter file experience back nearly two decades; we were big data long before big data were cool.

We’ve worked for labor, choice, environmental and community organizing groups across the country.

We provide fully integrated analytic solutions to better serve the progressive movement.


We use our expertise and experience to find
the big picture within the big data.

  • Voter Purge Trends Among White & Black Voters, January 2020 to December 2021

    Voters are added and removed from state voter rolls on a revolving basis, in a process referred to as “purging.” VVN embarked on a large-scale, longitudinal research project involving hundreds of hours of analysis, examining over 400 voter file releases in calendar years 2020 and 2021, comparing purge rates for Black and White voters.

    VVN performed a full churn analysis on each set of voter files to discern which voters were new to the state’s rolls, which voters were dropped, and which voters remained on the rolls but changed their residential address. The purge rates for Black and White voters are remarkably similar nationally, but we did find some state and county jurisdictions removing voters at alarmingly high rates. Further research will be required to accurately estimate the number of voters illegally removed from the rolls.

    • 2022
  • After January 6, Are Republicans Leaving The Party?

    In the days and weeks following the Capitol insurrection on January 6, 2021 multiple major news outlets reported that significant numbers of registered voters were abandoning the Republican party, while others suggested that these defectors represented little more than statistical noise.

    VVN examined both current and historical voter files in a dozen states to track party changers among registered voters. We sought to discover trends from previous cycles to compare the results with the 2020 election, paying particular attention to party changers in the weeks following Trump’s victory in 2016.

    • 2021
  • COVID-19 pandemic: Voter Registration In Crisis

    The COVID-19 pandemic may profoundly impact the American electoral landscape. VVN investigated voter registration trends nationwide in the advent of social distancing and stay-at-home orders and found alarming and significant decreases in the number of new voters coming onto the rolls.

    • 2020

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