Our partners at the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge have another great webinar to offer you!
WORKING WITH YOUR LOCAL ELECTION OFFICE
Tuesday, October 24 | 2:00 PM EST | 60 minutes
Though referred to by different names in different states, all communities have local elections offices and officials. These nonpartisan organizations (i.e., election board, supervisor of elections office, election commission) and their staff are responsible for controlling elections and voting procedure. Unfortunately this local resource sometimes goes unrecognized by college campuses working to increase student voter engagement. Developing a strong relationship with your local election office and officials is integral to this work.
In this webinar, speakers will share their knowledge and insights from working on college campuses, working with election boards, and working for the government encouraging citizen participation. Webinar participants will learn why developing a strong relationship with their local board is important, how to develop that relationship, and how to collaborate to increase participation. The presenters will also discuss challenges campuses face when trying to work with their local board and how to navigate and overcome those obstacles.
- Marissa Corrente, Elections Coordinator, Early Voting/Special Events, Office of Bill Cowles, Orange County Supervisor of Elections
- Kevin Winchell, Associate Director of Community Engagement, Stetson University
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