Learn how to engage low income residents in voter activities
Engaging people in the voting process means more than setting voter registration forms on the front desk. Please join us for a webinaron September 17 from 4pm – 5pm ET to help you plan voter registration, education and mobilization activities that are the right fit for your organization and your clients.
Please register today for this webinar. You must register prior to the webinar in order to participate.
Sakara Remmu from the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, an NLIHC state partner, and Debra Rowe from Returning Citizens United will discuss how nonprofit organizations, resident groups and resident leaders can incorporate voter activities to engage low income residents in their work. Nayantara Mehta, senior counsel for the Alliance for Justice, will discuss what nonprofits can and cannot do when it comes to voter engagement work.
Learn more about NLIHC’s Voterization Project.