A New Dawn in TennesseeWe're a new breed of nonprofit dedicated to correcting the imbalance between people and their government
What we do
We provide opportunities for volunteers to connect with other like-minded activists while providing the information and resources they need to successfully take action.
We supply policy advocates to speak to individuals, companies, and activist groups to increase awareness on our focus areas.
We combine a seasoned lobbying team with motivated volunteers to advocate directly for the policy agenda set by our supporters.
How We’re Different
You Come first
We amplify the people’s voice in their state government. We do not represent corporations or big money, we are an organization built for all Tennesseans.
a Focus on Issues, not Personalities
We always focus on issues, never on candidates or personalities. We will not spend our donor’s money supporting or opposing a candidate for office.
We Crowdsource Policy
We let you decide our priorities through your votes and generous donations towards the issues you care about most.
Read the Case Studies
Read the Case Studies
Access for All
Leading the charge towards “Free & Equal” ballot access.
Commerce for All
Protecting small businesses from government overreach.
Justice for All
Fighting to improve our criminal justice system.
The Tennessee legislature is officially recessed until 2023. This year, we were able to help pass four solid pieces of legislation that moved our state in the right direction. Here’s the recap of our wins in the legislature this year: Criminal Justice Reform SB...
For All is a nonprofit dedicated to uniting Tennesseans of all backgrounds and political ideologies around principled policy that empowers people and limits government. We crowdsource our legislative goals through our members and through public surveys. The following...
Dear Reader, We’ve been asked this question many times since we were founded, “how is For All different than other lobbying groups?” When we started in 2020, For All was our attempt to answer the question: “who at the State Capitol is working for regular Tennesseans?”...