Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020, NLIHC’s non-partisan project on candidate and voter engagement, recently revised its website to feature new state-specific pages that let advocates explore key voting information for their states. The state pages provide voters and advocates information about voter registration, polling places, provisional ballots, absentee ballots, voter identification requirements, and more. The state pages also include state housing profiles with state-specific facts, data, and important information about the affordable housing situation in every state. These data are important in making the case to candidates about the need for socially just housing policies.
TAG: Our Homes, Our Votes Keywords: Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020, webinar, Third Thursdays at Three, Thursdays, obstacles, voting, overcoming Explore “The Challenge of Voting While Homeless” during…July 6, 2020
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Voters want to know where candidates stand on affordable housing and homelessness. Candidate questionnaires are an effective, nonpartisan way to get information about candidate positions and inform…June 29, 2020