Episode 15: How to Run a Highly Effective High School Voter Registration Program
In episode 15, we talk about how to run a highly effective high school voter registration drive, and we share three activist alerts.
The board of the League of Women Voters of the United States has a approved a pilot program to waive the student per-member-payment at the national level. This promotion is effective immediately and extends through January 31, 2021. How a student is defined is available in the LWV bylaws.
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Deeds Not Words: Running High School Voter Registration Drives
- A 40-year study of teens finds Generation Z is unlike any past generation — here's what they're all about. Via Business Insider.
- We go into a deep dive of the Empowering the Voters of Tomorrow: Developing Winning High School Voter Registration Programs, Third Edition (2015) (PDF) by the League of Women Voters Education Fund. Be sure to check out all the goodies in the appendix! Includes sign-in sheets, pledge-to-vote papers, to-do list, planning worksheet, and more.
- Vote411.org - The one-stop voter tool by the League of Women Voters
- Rock the Vote: Voting Information state by state
- Nonprofit Vote: Webinars to get your ready for voter registration events
- League of Women Voters' Best Practices Voter Registration Webinar from 2016.
- LWV Voter Registration Sample Social Media Content
- A LWV of Arlington, VA, success story. Via Inside NoVa.com. See their event photos!
- Inspire USA: students registering other students!
- Make office visits on behalf of Dreamers!
- And the budget! One of the most important roles of Congress: Drafting and passing the budget. This time around they are trying to make a Citizens United 2.0 by allowing churches and nonprofits engage in campaign politics.
- Tell Congress to Pass Sensible Gun Laws
- Find your Congress members
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