Making Your 2018 Event a Success
- Tips for training volunteers and making the ask
- How to get more local attention to your event
- Collecting data like a pro
- How to share your success with us
Thank you to our featured sponsors who have made this free webinar possible, Google, Viacom, and Facebook!
Planning for National Voter Registration Day 2018
In this webinar we cover what you need to ensure that your voter registration event is a success. We walk you through the Field Toolkit, point you to a variety of helpful materials provided by our partners, and take your questions.
Countdown to National Voter Registration Day 2018
In this webinar, learn how your nonprofit can take part in National Voter Registration Day 2018. Presenters will explain the holidays origins and goals and walk participants through the many materials, tools, and resources available to partners interested in either holding a voter registration event or promoting the holiday in other ways.
Alyssa Pope from MOVE San Antonio
Yasmine Kamel from Disability Rights New York
Hold a Successful Voter Registration Event
In this webinar we cover what you need to know to help ensure that your voter registration event is a success. We walk you through planning and execution, point you to a variety of helpful materials and tools provided by our partners and others, and take your questions.
Onida Coward Mayers: Onida is an award-winning Communications Executive and the Director for New York City’s Voter Assistance at the Campaign Finance Board (CFB). For the past 10 years, Ms. Coward Mayers led the launch of the nonpartisan NYC Votes Program aimed at increasing voter awareness, education, and participation. In 2013, she led New York City to place second in the United States for highest number of people registered in a single day.
Amber McReynolds: Amber is the Director of Elections for the City and County of Denver, Colorado. Amber has administered elections in Denver for 12 years and has worked in public policy and administration for over 16 years. Among her peers, Amber is nationally recognized as a strategic planner, creative thinker, and problem-solver.