NationBuilder 2017 in Review
Of the thousands of customers who used NationBuilder in 2017, read 10 examples of parties, candidates, nonprofits, companies, and advocacy groups who showed us powerful ways to lead.
The New York Campaign Finance Board used an inquisitive, data-driven approach to inform, engage, register, and drive voters to participate in the important election for NYC mayor.
Apex Clean Energy is leveraging a powerful network and strategic digital outreach to advocate for renewable energy—overcoming organized opposition and paving the way for a growing number of successful wind projects.
With a fresh approach to politics and strong grassroots support from his community, Randall Woodfin inspired thousands of young people to vote for the first time in a municipal election.
The New Zealand Labour party paired a strong digital infrastructure with a resounding message to beat their fundraising goals and rally a nation around their new leader.
After an innovative, memorable, and unifying campaign, the New Democratic Party made history by electing Jagmeet Singh as the first person of color to lead a national party in Canada.
Over the last two election cycles, Marsy’s Law For All has passed victims' rights legislation in six states. Now, they’re taking a networked approach to win in six more and expand nationwide.
In a single month, President Emmanuel Macron empowered hundreds of candidates to build a party from the ground up, win 350 seats in Parliament, and shift the dynamics of French politics.
After transitioning from financial planner to first-time candidate, Andy Millard aims to create a conference for newcomer and “long-shot” Democrats running for office.
A progressive Kansas Democrat gave a traditionally red district a run for its money in a recent special election for Congress—and he did it largely without party backing.
How a sophisticated understanding of its audience helped the fashion brand boost sales as it expanded around the world in 2016.
With its successful campaign for Measure M, Move LA united a diverse group toward a common goal—tackling LA’s traffic and air pollution with public transit.
After Sophie Walker’s mayoral bid in London, the Women’s Equality Party has grown from an emerging coalition to a political force in the UK.
In an intensely competitive US Senate race, Rob Portman’s campaign stood on its own strength and united Ohio voters across party lines—leading to an impressive 21-point victory.
After a year of rapid expansion, GenUN is empowering their growing network of students to take action for global initiatives in their local communities.
With a gripping online campaign, Defense for Children International Palestine shed light on children’s rights violations and created a groundswell of support around the world.