Third Thursdays at Three! Register Today for September 19 Webinar on Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020

Registration is open for the first webinar in NLIHC’s 15-month webinar and podcast series on nonpartisan voter and candidate engagement, Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020. The first webinar is Thursday, September 19 at 3:00 p.m. ET. The Our Homes, Our Votes: Legal Considerations for Election Engagement for 501(c)(3) Organizations webinar will discuss legal considerations for nonprofit organizations to consider when developing their strategies. Tim Mooney from Alliance for Justice will join us as part of this in-depth discussion. Register for the webinar at:

The second webinar will be held on Thursday, October 17 at 3:00 p.m. ET focusing on the planning process to develop a strong voter-engagement campaign for 2020. This webinar will include discussions about staff capacity, partnerships with election officials, and funding to develop an effective campaign.

NLIHC is committed to providing high-quality resources, tools, and training on increasing voter registration and turnout rates among low-income renters and on engaging candidates leading up to the 2020 elections. These webinars and podcasts will cover the many facets of voter and candidate engagement, featuring experts and advocates with frontline experience.

The presentations will take place at 3:00 p.m. ET on the third Thursday of each month. All sessions will be recorded and posted to the Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020 website for those who cannot attend the live broadcasts. The full list of webinar topics:

  • Session 1: Legal Considerations for Election Engagement for 501(c)(3) Organizations, September 19
  • Session 2: Developing an Effective Plan for Voter Engagement Work, October 17
  • Session 3: Helpful Tools and Partners for Election Engagement, November 21
  • Session 4: Voter Registration Part 1 – Messaging, Events, and Canvassing, December 19
  • Session 5: Voter Registration Part 2 – Finding and Registering Residents of Subsidized Housing, January 16
  • Session 6: The Role of Housing Providers in Registering and Mobilizing Voters, February 20
  • Session 7: Getting Candidates on the Record, March 19
  • Session 8: Educating Voters, April 16
  • Session 9: Housing Issues and Ballot Initiatives, May 21
  • Session 10: Overcoming Common Obstacles to Voting, June 18
  • Session 11: The Challenge of Voting While Homeless, July 16
  • Session 12: Voter Mobilization Part 1 – Early Voting and Vote-by-Mail, August 20
  • Session 13: Voter Mobilization Part 2 – Protecting Low Income People from Voter Intimidation and Voter Caging Tactics, September 17
  • Session 14: Election Day! Getting Out The Vote, October 15
  • Session 15: After the Vote—Holding Candidates to their Promises, November 19

Register once for all webinars and receive reminders at: