Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition

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Template:TOCnestleft Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition is the Missouri state chapter of USAction.[1]

Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition (Pro-Vote) is a statewide coalition of forty labor unions and community groups founded in 1992 to give grassroots organizations the tools to engage their membership in the public policy process.

Pro-Vote and our member groups work on a wide variety of issues, including quality public education, quality & affordable health care access, workplace safety, environmental protection, living wage, civil rights, gun safety, reproductive rights, lesbian / gay / bisexual / transgendered rights, and pay equity.

Pro-Vote and our member groups work to elect progressive candidates by fostering grassroots political action. Specifically, we recruit & train candidates, target progressive candidates in legislative elections, provide technical assistance to candidates and coalition partners, identify campaign staff, assist coalition partners in campaigns to increase effectiveness, mobilize volunteers, & coordinate campaign resources.[2]

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As of 2010;[3]

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