Come learn how to Captain You Can Vote events! Volunteer captains help us expand our reach and provide registration at a growing number of sites. Captains work when they want, but have an added layer of responsibility for making sure all YCV procedures and protocols are followed for each event.
New and seasoned Captains are welcome, and need to attend a 2019 Training.
TWO OPTIONS FOR JOINING THIS TRAINING:
1: In person! If our Durham office is convenient for you, join us in-person!
2: Via Zoom! Webinar:
https://zoom.us/j/2696452912WHENMarch 19, 2019 at 7pmWHEREYou Can Vote HQ
1738 Hillandale Rd
Durham, NC 27705
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susan schaffer rsvped for Voter ID Community Forum: New Rules and Voter Education Next Steps 2019-01-16 10:22:08 -0500
Join You Can Vote and our community partners and co-hosts as we discuss the NEXT STEPS on Photo ID:
- Legal challenges and status
- Current approved photo ID's
- How voters without approved ID can obtain one or vote without ID
- New materials to educate voters & roll out timeline
- Our plan to help voters navigate requirements so they can vote no matter what!
All members of the public welcome! CLICK HERE FOR FLYER!
You Can Vote uses proven methods of grassroots community organizing, volunteer leadership development and voter education, registration and turnout to expand civic engagement on all levels. We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming forums as we begin to disseminate these new rules, together!WHENFebruary 23, 2019 at 10:30amWHEREMonument of Faith Church
900 Simmons St
Durham, NC 27701
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susan schaffer commented on Share a Story! 2016-07-10 09:26:05 -0400At an event in Heritage Square, I had the good fortune of encountering a young Hispanic man, who was very enthusiastic about registering to vote. After assisting him in filling out his registration I learned that just the prior day he had been sworn in as a US Citizen and was overexcited to participate in our electoral system. I was honored!
Volunteers are working together and in the community. Our best stories come from the our volunteers and organizers...
Stories of citizens who thought they could never vote becoming registered voters.
Stories of people who thought they would be unable to vote because of lack of ID.
Stories of people being truly grateful for our information.
Stories of volunteers making new friends or encountering friends they haven't seen in years!
Stories of humor & joy from all the different people we encounter.
Stories of patience, kindness, and acceptance.
Please take a minute to tell us a story!
susan schaffer wants to volunteer 2017-02-07 15:36:31 -0500
We believe that democracy works best when everyone participates!
We need your help expanding the vote in NC! We train and mobilize volunteers to effectively share information about upcoming elections, help voters to register and understand their rights, and remind voters when and where to cast their ballot.