NLIHC will host an “After the Vote—Holding Candidates to their Promises” webinar on Thursday November 19, at 3:00 pm ET as part of the “Third Thursdays at Three” Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020 webinar series. The November webinar will explore the importance of holding candidates to their promises after the election has been held.
Participants will learn how to track and discuss the success of voter turnout efforts to demonstrate to newly elected officials that low-income renters are an important and active constituency. Guest presenters include Rachael Myers, executive director of the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, and Alan Greenlee, executive director of Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH). Presenters will discuss the best ways to constructively remind elected officials of their campaign promises while establishing relationships with new staff members.
Register for the webinar series at: https://bit.ly/31PftdB.
View recordings of previous sessions (1-14) on our website at: https://www.ourhomes-ourvotes.org/webinars
NLIHC provides an array of nonpartisan resources, tools, and training on increasing voter registration and turnout among low-income renters and on engaging candidates, including these webinars covering the many facets of voter and candidate engagement.