High School Voter Registration Training Manual: 2nd Edition

A comprehensive training manual, updated for 2013, which provides a step-by-step guide to help you develop winning high school voter registration programs and encourage young people to register and vote. The guide comes complete with field-tested tips and a range of planning, training, and outreach tools to help you succeed.

VOTE411: Opportunities for Participation!

We encourage all Leagues to check their state’s information and provide LWVEF with any input that could help us improve the information provided. We also encourage you to send us information about your upcoming debates and other election events so they can be promoted through VOTE411.

Naturalization Ceremony Voter Registration Toolkit

The League of Women Voters Education Fund is initiating efforts to help Leagues become more active in promoting voter registration among new U.S. citizens, especially at naturalization ceremonies. We have created this toolkit to provide relevant information and suggestions to assist those Leagues interested in conducting effective and efficient voter registration at naturalization ceremonies. Thanks to the many League leaders who shared knowledge, resources and materials for the creation of this toolkit. 

In the PDF document below, you will find: 

  • Our Naturalization ceremony voter registration organizing guide
  • Template media advisory (also in downloadable Word format below) 
  • League naturalization ceremony success stories

 

 

Three Steps for a Smooth Election Day

LWVEF urges Leagues to take the following steps to ensure voters are ready for Election Day and are able to overcome any problems they encounter at the polls.

Sample Get-Out-The-Vote Email and Phone Scripts

Utilize these sample get-out-the-vote scripts (email and telephone) to customize and send reminders to your social networks, people you’ve helped register, and other contacts. Research shows that sending these reminders are most effective in the final week or few days leading up to Election Day, but it’s a good idea to start planning your outreach now.

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