National Voter Connection (NVC) is national digital platform that validate voters and engage voters with their respective communities.  NVC is an original spend off from the Tennessee Voter Connection that was an initiative introduced by State of Tennessee Representative Barbara Ward Cooper to offer voter education, voter registration and voter protection.   It uses a technological design to create a systemic approach to connect citizens with information designed to increase their understanding of the political process and why their vote matters. NVC provides information and assistance for voter registration and helps voters understand their voting rights.  It's frontline includes community leaders who represent their volunteers to supports county chairs districts and street leaders as they inform the citizens to take action through voting and advocating for civil rights.

NVC is designed to highlight the importance of voting towards registering new voters, increasing participation and eliminating inaction.  TVC empowers county chairs and volunteers to inform the citizenry to take action through voting, advocating for “civil rights” towards closing the race and age gaps.

The Official Launch of TVC is August 28, 2021 in recognition of the “I Have a Dream Speech” by Dr. Martin Luther King, August 28,1963, The Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Voters Rights Act of 1965.