The ability to vote is our power to change things!

The 2016 elections taught us that voting services must be available year-round and not just a few weeks prior to an election, people need to gather in a community to learn about national, state and local policy/politics and not just sit at home in front of their computer or on their phone and finally people want to know what to do to create the change they want. In order to end voter suppression, people need to understand whose vote is being suppressed, why it is being suppressed and what options are available to fight and ultimately end voter suppression.

Under-served communities require many different voter services that include: voter registration, Photo ID review, Restoration of Rights for Returning Citizens information, rides to pick up Photo ID and rides to the polls. 

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