All over Indiana families first voter teams are reaching out to have 100,000 conversations with voters, who say their vote this election is a pledge to hold elected officials accountable to the Families First Agenda.  Learn who supports Families First.

No matter where we come from or what our color, most of us work hard for our families.  But today, certain politicians and their greedy lobbyists hurt everyone by cutting our health care, locking our families behind bars and defunding our schools.

Then, they point the finger at poor families, black people and new immigrants. Join together with your neighbors from all walks of life to elect new leaders who work for all of us, not just the wealthy few.

Find your county and sign up to talk to your neighbors!

Allen County

Allen County

We will talk to 10,000 Families First Voters, committing to act collectively to advance this agenda, starting with voting for Families First Candidates in the Midterm election, this November.

Elkhart County

Elkhart County

Elkhart County will talk to 7,000 Families First Voters, committing to act collectively to advance this agenda, starting with voting for Families First Candidates in the Midterm election, this November.

Hamilton County

Hamilton County

Hamilton County will talk to 13,000 Families First Voters, committing to act collectively to advance this agenda, starting with voting for Families First Candidates in the Midterm election, this November.

Lake County

Lake County

We will talk to 25,000 Families First Voters, committing to act collectively to advance this agenda, starting with voting for Families First Candidates in the Midterm election, this November.

Marion County

Marion County

Marion County will talk to 45,000 Families First Voters, committing to act collectively to advance this agenda, starting with voting for Families First Candidates in the Midterm election, this November.

St. Joseph County

St. Joseph County

St. Joseph County will talk to 5,000 Families First Voters, committing to act collectively to advance this agenda, starting with voting for Families First Candidates in the Midterm election, this November.