About Us

We all have reason to be discouraged by the character of political dialogue today.

Politics is often cluttered with loose accusations, half-truths and unfounded assertions.

Center for Voter Information is a non-profit, non-partisan partner organization to Voter Participation Center, both founded to provide resources and tools to help voting-eligible citizens register and vote in upcoming elections.

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Our Leadership

Tom Lopach, VPC and CVI’s President and CEO

Tom Lopach is President and CEO of the nonprofit and nonpartisan Voter Participation Center (VPC) and the Center for Voter Information (CVI).  He leads a team of exceptional staff who use data-driven methods of direct mail and digital engagement to register to vote and turn out to vote members of the New American Majority – people of color, unmarried women, and young people – with the end goal of helping to ensure a representative electorate in US elections.

Prior to serving at VPC and CVI,  Lopach was Chief of Staff to Montana Governor Steve Bullock, Executive Director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) during the 2015-2016 election cycle, and Chief of Staff to U.S. Senator Tester from 2010 through 2014.

Beginning in 2009, Lopach served as Vice President of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs for the Export Import Bank of the United States.  From 2007-2008, Lopach was the National Finance Director at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.  From 1999-2006, Lopach worked for the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy in various capacities with his 2000 and 2006 reelection campaigns, with Kennedy’s leadership PAC, and with Kennedy’s official Senate office.  In 1996, Lopach started his professional career as a field representative for Congressman Pat Williams (Montana) in Helena, Montana.

Lopach is a graduate of Gonzaga University and a native of Helena, Montana. He lives and works today in Washington, DC.

Gail Kitch, Board Chair

We’re a 501(c)(4)

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