- Boston and Denver ACORN win commitments from city officials for First Source hiring programs.
- St. Paul ACORN puts living wage initiative on the ballot but loses to heavily-financed opposition.
- Seattle ACORN wins library for a high school that previously did not have one.
- New Orleans begins auctioning abandoned houses, implementing city and state laws won by ACORN.
- ACORN tenants in New York fight plan to sell city buildings to private landlords and win.
- ACORN members in Albuquerque win a percentage of affordable housing in upper-income housing development.
- Governor of Illinois signs law pushed by SEIU Local 880 increasing pay for homecare workers.
- ACORN Housing Corporation and Prudential Insurance strike a deal to provide full coverage homeowner's insurance in Philadelphia neighborhoods that had been redlined.
- In Albuquerque, ACORN wins additional $250,000 of CDBG money for downpayment assistance.
- ACORN lawsuit forces Illinois to comply with motor voter law.
- Arkansas voters approve ACORN-sponsored campaign finance law by two-to-one margin.
- NY ACORN campaign against corporate welfare wins paid job training and placement program from media giant, Viacom.
- ACORN-led coalition wins passage of living wage ordinances in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
- ACORN organizes workfare workers in New York and Los Angeles, winning demands around safety, health, and dignity on the job.
- Philadelphia ACORN wins free transit passes for people moving from welfare to work.
- Boston ACORN and labor allies win passage of living wage law.
- In unofficial election, 99 percent of New York City workfare workers vote for representation by ACORN.
- NM ACORN wins passage of state law establishing mobile home owner's bill of rights.
- Two ACORN high schools open in New York City; ACORN academy opens in St. Paul teaching students in English, Spanish, and Hmong; ACORN dual language high school opens in Chicago Mexican American neighborhood.
- NY City schools chancellor responds to ACORN charges of racism with plans to broaden access to gifted programs.
- San Jose ACORN wins textbooks for every child in the Alum Rock School District for the first time in its history.
- Dallas ACORN convinces city to increase funding to pay for home repairs for over 500 senior citizens.
- In test case of new regulations, St. Louis ACORN gets Mercantile Bank's CRA rating downgraded from outstanding to satisfactory.
- ACORN/ labor coalitions win passage of living wage ordinances in Oakland, Calif.; Chicago, Ill.; and Cook County, Ill.
- Tenants force HUD to foreclose on Bronx slumlord and give 114-unit building to ACORN Housing Corporation.
- NM ACORN welfare union members win agreement protecting recipients unable to find local child care from penalties for not meeting work requirements.
- Los Angeles ACORN wins grievance procedure for workfare worker, the first in the country.
- ACORN members spearhead formation of the Working Families Party, the first community-labor party with official ballot status in New York state in more than 50 years.
- APAC campaign wins election of former Chicago ACORN President a alderman of the city's 15th Ward.
- APAC and labor partners upset 25-year GOP hold on Hempstead, Long Island, City Council, electing two Working Families Party candidates.
- Oakland ACORN wins ordinance providing limited public financing of local elections to help level the political playing field.
- ACORN wins promise of 50 fulltime living wage jobs from Minneapolis Wild hockey team.
- Baltimore ACORN wins comprehensive agreement with city to clean up trash upon ACORN's report and demand.
- Charging environmental discrimination, DC ACORN wins monetary compensation for neighborhood harmed by subway construction.
- IL ACORN signs an innovative agreement offering reduce cost primary health care benefits to members of ACORN and SEIU Local 880.
- New AHC program with Bank of America, with more flexible underwriting and discounted pricing, produces a record $246 million in mortgages for 2,27 low- and moderate-income families.
- NM ACORN mobile home tenants win over $100,000 in reimbursements for utility overcharges.
- ACORN High School for Social Justice opens in Brooklyn; ACORN's Greenville Community Charter School Opens in Jersey City.
- SEIU Local 100 reaches 7,000 members in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.
- Oakland ACORN wins three-year battle to reopen the abandoned Woodland Elementary School as an ACORN community school.
- ACORN WEP Workers Organizing Committee wins New York City Council approval of a grievance procedure for workfare workers.
- Led by ACORN and the AFL-CIO, the Massachusetts Needs a Raise Campaign wins an increase in the state's minimum wage and earned income tax credit.
- Test scores improve at all of the schools where Chicago ACORN parents are organizing.
- Los Angeles ACORN wins a county jobs registry giving General Relief recipients priority hiring status for jobs in departments where they've performed workfare assignments.
- ACORN-led Corporate Responsibility Campaign wins living wage ordinance in Denver.
- Baltimore ACORN wins HUD agreement to renegotiate thousands of FHA loans.
- ACORN negotiates agreement with Ameriquest setting a standard for responsible lending in the subprime loan industry.
- St. Louis voters overwhelmingly approve living wage ordinance put on the ballot by ACORN-led coalition.
- ACORN and Grassroots Collaborative organize 10,000-person march in Chicago to demand amnesty for undocumented workers.
- ACORN's 30th anniversary convention celebrates 30,000th family to become homeowners through the ACORN Housing Corporation.
- ACORN registers 100,000 new voters nationwide.
- ACORN blocks attempt by for-profit Edison Schools to take over New York City public schools.
- Philadelphia, Oakland, and the state of California pass ACORN-backed legislation to curb predatory lending.
- In response to ACORN pressure, major subprime lenders, including Household International and Citigroup, commit to stop selling single-premium credit insurance.
- ACORN and other groups in Chicago win a utility bill arrearage payment program funded by the city, state, and the gas company.
- In Arkansas and Providence, RI, ACORN wins re-connection plans restoring utility service to low-income families.
- St. Louis ACORN and allies pass a ballot initiative creating a housing trust fund.
- Home child care providers organized by ACORN in Los Angeles win a grievance procedure.
- Chicago ACORN wins hiring of 3,000 new teachers, almost double the number hired in previous years.
- New Orleans voters approve ACORN/SEIU Local 100 ballot initiative to raise the minimum wage.
- St. Louis Board of Aldermen passes ACORN's living wage ordinance.
- ACORN and allies win creation of a $100 million housing trust fund in Los Angeles.
- CA legislation passes laws proposed by ACORN to protect tenants.
- New York City Council adopts ACORN's anti-predatory lending ordinance.