National Voter Education Week is a new initiative supported by Nonprofit VOTE, Campus Vote Project, Students Learn Students Vote Coalition, Democracy Works, and others that helps voters bridge the gap between registering to vote and actually casting a ballot. During this week of interactive education, voters have the opportunity to find their polling location, understand their ballot, make a plan to vote in person or remotely, and more. In this webinar we highlighted additional strategies and tools your organization could use to facilitate meaningful dialogues about voting within and around your community.
Special thanks to guest speakers, Kathryn Quentin from Students Learn Students Vote and, Yeja Dunn and Luz Santana from The Right Question Institute, for sharing their knowledge and expertise.
For more information on the areas touched on throughout the webinar, be sure to check out the list of resource below!
National Voter Education Week
Right Question Institute Resources
- Voter Engagement Resources Page
- The RQI “Why Vote?” Tool
- The “Why Vote?” Toolkit
- The “Why Vote?” Tool for work with youth
- The “Why Vote?” Lesson Plan
General Voter Education Resources