Vote Morongo Basin is a voter registration organization that was founded by Jo Ann Bollen, a retired small business owner who unsuccessfully ran for a seat on the Yucca Valley Town Council in 2018. Vote Morongo Basin partners with several left-of-center voting registration organizations including Field Team 6 and Vote Early Day, an effort created by media company MTV during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based in the Morongo Basin in California’s San Bernardino County, Vote Morongo Basin is an organization focused on voter engagement, turnout, and registration. 
The organization partners with Field Team 6, a left-of-center voter registration organization with more than 40 other partner organizations in California and a number of left-of-center national partners such as Blue Future and Vote Save America.  Vote Morongo Basin also partners with Vote Early Day, an effort created by MTV during the COVID-19 pandemic as part of a larger movement of businesses, entertainment companies, and nonprofits encouraging voters to cast their ballots early in elections. Vote Early Day is supported by New Venture Fund, a left-wing nonprofit organization that disburses hundreds of millions of dollars in grants each year. 
Vote Morongo Basin participated in the Twentynine Palms community’s 2022 Juneteenth celebration hosted by Women of Color Global 29, a local activist group. Vote Morongo Basin registered voters at the event amongst over a dozen local vendors who sold a variety of goods at the event. 
Vote Morongo Basin also endorses community members running in local elections. In the 2022 elections, the organization endorsed Alfred Twu for the Alameda-Contra Costa (AC) Transit At-Large seat  to potentially represent one of the largest public bus systems in California.  Twu is an architect and small business owner who serves on Berkeley’s Planning and Landmarks commissions and previously led the East Bay Young Democrats. 
In 2021, Vote Morongo Basin hosted a voter registration event at Copper Mountain College, a community college in Joshua Tree, California. 
Jo Ann Bollen, a former small business owner, is the founder of Vote Morongo Basin.  Bollen ran to represent District 3 in the Yucca Valley Town Council election in 2018 and lost to Merl R. Abel after garnering about one-third of the votes.