On the latest episode of “The Home Front,” NLIHC’s podcast, we were joined by members of NLIHC’s Our Homes, Our Votes team for a discussion about the importance of ensuring that low-income and marginalized renters are represented at the polls. With Election Day approaching, it will take an all-hands-on-deck effort to mobilize voters. To ensure low-income housing interests are represented, it is critical that organizations engage low-income and marginalized communities in the voting process. In the new episode, Our Homes, Our Votes campaign staff discuss a range of resources and tools available to increase voter engagement.
NLIHC’s podcast “The Home Front” focuses on housing policy priorities and seeks to elevate the conversation about America’s housing crisis while giving listeners an in-depth look into housing advocacy for the most marginalized and lowest-income communities.
Check out the latest episode, and be sure to explore “The Home Front” blog as well for articles from NLIHC staff, advocacy partners, and tenant leaders.