2020 elections are about so much more than the Presidency. And with an early North Carolina primary, it’s important for folks who care about voting to kick off the year with good information that will engage and motivate voters in their community to cast a ballot.
Join us for Cumberland County’s “What’s on the Ballot?” Training, a chance to learn (and share) the latest voting rules and how to use the important local, state, and federal offices on your 2020 ballot to motivate others to vote — all the way down the ballot.
WHAT: “What’s on the Ballot” Training
WHEN: Monday, January 6, at 6 p.m.
WHERE: East Regional Library (East Regional Meeting Room, 4809 Clinton Rd, Fayetteville, NC)
During this FREE hour-long training, plus Q&A, you’ll get:
- a model for sharing “What’s On the Ballot” with your networks, including an overview of 2020 races (and why you should care)
- the latest election rules for 2020, including the latest on registration, Early Voting, and the new voter ID law (and how to talk about it)
- the latest on how to get involved with the 2020 elections (Early Voting advocacy, Election Protection, Events at the polls)
RSVP below to let us know you’ll be there! If you have any questions, please contact Sailor Jones at 919-260-5906 or firstname.lastname@example.org.