Nonprofit VOTE’s monthly webinar series is a set trainings and discussions on nonpartisan voter engagement for nonprofits, featuring experts in the field. Nonprofit staff, volunteers and other interested stakeholders are invited to attend free of charge. You can find links to recordings of previously held webinars and PowerPoint presentations in our resource library here. If you would like to support our work, please consider a donation.
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Early analysis shows this election had the highest voter turnout rate in a midterm since 1966. Who are the voters are driving the surge? What factors made a difference this year? And, what could this mean for 2020?
To break down this years voter turnout, we have Michael McDonald with helpful graphs, bringing much needed context to a contentious election cycle that had 35 seats in the Senate up for election, 39 governorships, and ALL 435 House of Representatives seats. And to understand who voted, experts Abby Kiesa from the Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) and Christine Chen of the Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote) will join us to look at recent trends and midterm turnout among young people and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders — key groups with a history of low participation and potential to swing elections.
Go beyond the results and dive into their meaning with this free, one-hour webinar.
Stay tuned as we announce our 2019 Webinar Series and its special guests: