* I appreciate the effort, but, um…
The Democratic Party of Illinois (DPI) today unveiled an updated website and branding as a part of a larger effort to make the state Democratic party more accessible to voters on digital platforms – a key step in getting out the vote during the most consequential election in a lifetime and in a heavily virtual world due to the COVID-19 public health crisis.
“As a part of our work to make Illinois Democrats more accessible to voters, we’ve updated our website to help Illinois residents better understand our issue platforms, get to know our elected officials and candidates, and easily get involved in our efforts to elect Democrats up and down the ballot,” Michael J. Madigan, Chairman of the Democratic Party of Illinois, said.
DPI’s versatile website will be updated regularly to provide voters information on safely and easily voting by mail and about critical Democratic initiatives and ballot measures, including the Fair Tax amendment that will level the playing field for middle- and low-income taxpayers across the state. The new website provides voters with updates on the 2020 election and ways to get involved virtually, as well as allowing voters to quickly contact their local county Democratic party, as well as 2020 candidates running in their area.
“Our updated website is just one step in a larger effort to better connect with candidates, volunteers, and voters in every corner of Illinois,” Madigan added. “The Democratic Party of Illinois believes the strength of the party lies in its diversity, and is expanding the ways we reach voters of all backgrounds.”
The new site is here.