August 14, 2019, by Erik Larson

Planning Your 2020 Legislative Toolkit

Boost your impact with district level data

We've all witnessed the increased focus on data and persuasion in U.S. politics. With 275 millenials now occupying state legistive seats, there is a dramatic arc towards new tools and technologies in the legislative process.

With eImpact's congressional and state legislative district data dashboards you'll be able to tell the economic impact story your representative cares about, and tailor your message for each audience you meet with.

Boost your impact with policymakers

With the eImpact Report now you can hone your message to demonstrate your industry impact in your legislator's own district. With the new legislative and congressional district data and analysis features you can relate narratives such as:

  1. How is our industry impacting new job creation in the district?
  2. How will a proposed policy change impact workers and companies in the district?
  3. How many companies are doing business here, and what is growth like over time?

Quantify jobs, firms and output indicators for your industry. You will be able to show current period information, updated for you automatically with the latest data each quarter from the data sources eImpact collects.

Check out a live example from the Tech industry in Utah. Scroll the frame to view the whole dashboard.

Take your advocacy to the next level

Now you can deliver quantified, localized impact messages to every state or federal representative. Get the most out of every opportunity you have to advocate:

  1. Which district will be most impacted by a policy?
  2. What are the wages in your industry for workers within a given district?
  3. What does the industry generate in state and local taxes?

In the words of one of our clients

With eImpact, we were able to quickly leverage data to influence and impact important discussions. Nothing else is as easy or fast. It’s a must-have for any association that wants to use data to tell its story."
- Skip Newberry, CEO of Technology Association of Oregon


Your industry. Your impact.

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