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During the 2020 general election, we launched a national digital movement to drum up support for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris among young progressives. We also established a super PAC to run our video advertisements in critical swing states (PA, MI, and WI) during the final week of the race.

We're currently expanding our digital-first movement beyond 2020 to mobilize the next generation of Democratic voters around pragmatic, progressive ideas and solutions. In the meantime, please follow us on social media and stay tuned!

Welcome to the Decency Project.

We are an entirely digital movement working to beat Donald Trump and elect Joe Biden in November.

We’re fighting for a future where progress is possible.

Join us and #DemandDecency.

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"I'm voting Green Party"


= a vote for Trump

"I'm writing in Bernie"


= a vote for Trump

"I'm not voting"


= a vote for Trump

"I'm voting for Joe Biden"


= a vote for our future

The Decency Project is a digital movement dedicated to providing young (ages 18-29), pragmatic, left-of-center voters with the necessary tools and information they need to realize the stakes of this election, vocalize their support for Joe Biden, and mobilize members of their own communities to do the same.

We make short, engaging videos and graphics highlighting Donald Trump’s abysmal performance on issues that matter to young people (e.g. racial justice, climate change, coronavirus and public health, student debt, etc.) and demonstrating how Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will move us in the right direction on each of those issues, despite his imperfections.

We're building something new.

To reach voters with our videos, we’re trying something new and exciting. We’re building a network of individuals and organizations who are willing to post them online in a series of coordinated social media blitzes.

Members of our network are given early access to our videos ahead of each round so they can choose whether to participate.

Our inaugural blitz took place in August, 2020. Based on publicly available data, we estimate that it reached more than 100,000 viewers across the country and around the world.

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