The result, a three-part webinar training series for Pennsylvania nonprofits, kicked off on Fri., May 15 with "The Basics & New Pa. Voting Laws," with training presentations from Rachel Boss, Community Impact Manager at the Bureau of Campaign Finance and Civic Engagement for the Pennsylvania Department of State, and Caitlin Donnelly, program director for Nonprofit Vote. The full webinar, including a Q&A, can be viewed here: Understanding The Basics and New Pennsylvania Voting Laws
Vote By Mail & High School Voting
Get-Out-The-Vote & U.S. Census Tips
the difference in the 2016 Presidential Election," says Pat Clark of Keystone Progress Education Fund, one of the partners of the series. "I'm working to make sure that in Pennsylvania we have a goal of motivating 77,745 people to vote on November 3, 2020 who did not vote in 2016."
Registration for all webinars is free: Everybody Counts and Everybody Votes Registration
Other participating partners in the series include the Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership, The Forbes Funds, and Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group, and Pittsburgh City Paper.