Voterization means readying your organization to effectively engage traditionally underrepresented people in civic life.
Engaging people in the voting process means more than setting voter registration forms on the front desk. NLIHC’s Voterization Plan leads you seamlessly through the process to plan voter registration, education and mobilization activities that are the right fit for your organization and your clients.
Download the attached plan and narrative to bring Voterization to your organization today. Then, contact our Outreach Team at 202-662-1530 or firstname.lastname@example.org (include “Voterization” in the subject line). They want to know you’re taking part in this effort, and will help you with any questions you have along the way.
NLIHC developed its Voteriztion materials with the advice and assistance of these national partners:
Voter Engagement Webinar
Use NLIHC's webinar to learn more on engaging low income residents in voter activities. Sakara Remmu of the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, an NLIHC state partner, and Debra Rowe of Returning Citizens United discuss how nonprofit organizations, resident groups, and resident leaders can incorporate voter activities to engage low income residents in their work. Nayantara Mehta, senior counsel for the Alliance for Justice, discusses what nonprofits can and cannot do when it comes to voter engagement work.
The webinar slides are available in the attached documents.
Click here to view the recorded webinar video.