Mobilizing South Asian American Voters to ELECT BIDEN/HARRIS and FLIP THE SENATE!

Thank you to all our volunteers who helped to secure Democratic control of the White House, Senate and House of Representatives and usher in a new era of competence, integrity and decency.

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THANK YOU for Electing
Jon Ossoff and

Raphael Warnock
and FLIPPING the Senate!!

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A big Thank You to all our volunteers and supporters. 

As the 2020 campaign has to a close, and we, at They See Blue℠, wanted to take a moment to thank all our volunteers and supporters.

 

This election has mobilized Democratic South Asian voters like never before! The enthusiasm, passion, and commitment all of you have shown has propelled They See Blue from one Silicon Valley chapter to 24 chapters across the country and over 4000 members across all our chapters! Together we have made over 1.3 million contacts to South Asian voters!

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Mobilizing Democratic South Asian American Voters 

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4,000+ Members

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750,000+ Voters Engaged

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24 Chapters Nationwide

OUR MISSION

They See Blue℠ is a grassroots organization with a mission to mobilize and engage Americans of South Asian origin in the democratic process to help Democrats win Federal, State, and Local races.

They See Blue℠ (abbreviated TSB) was founded in July 2018 in San Francisco Bay Area, with the goal of using a cultural connection to support progressive South Asian civic engagement.​ 

 

Read about our 2018 campaign where we flipped two Congressional seats from red to blue, for the first time in decades, as part of a nationwide blue wave. 

Since then we have grown organically and started chapters in 20 states to ensure Democratic control of the White House, the Senate, and the House. Read our political strategy for the 2020 Campaign.

COVID-19 UPDATE: We are continuing to grow our membership nationwide and are hosting virtual events. In addition, we are finding ways to virtually partner with candidates in local and state-level races.

In 2019, we launched a YOUTH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (YLC) to engage Millenials and Gen Z South Asians.