The Community Voters Project conducts non-partisan voter registration and mobilization campaigns in historically underrepresented communities. Since its founding in 2004, the Community Voters Project has helped more than one million African American, Latinx and other voters from communities of color register to vote.
In the 2018 cycle, it ran eight offices in four states - Colorado, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina - and collected over 90,000 voter registration applications. The project is cosponsored by the Center for Public Interest Research and the Fair Share Education Fund, both 501(c)(3) organizations. The Center also maintains 4945(f) status with the I.R.S.