Voter Resources

Voter Resources

VOTER RESOURCES

As a subset of Voter Service, the High School Voter Outreach committee has worked to create programs and materials to reach not only YOUTH but ALL CITIZENS. The documents are described below with links

1. Description of High School Voter Outreach program PDF iconhereIn 2019-20, we presented to 600 students and  received 490 new voter registrations  

2. UPDATED “Voting Made Easier” Digital Lesson for high school students and teachers—provides one hour of ONLINE instructional time—easy access withsmartphones PDF iconhere Includes Pre- and Post-test Questions for Students, Make a Plan to Vote, Teacher Resources-Websites PDF iconhere, and Printable Student Handout (coming soon).

3. Four NEW SHORT Tutorial PDFs for young voters and all citizens:

  • Why Vote reveals to young and new voters why voting is a powerful way to respond to these challenging times PDF iconhere.
  • Voter Registration encourages all citizens to register to vote and guides them through the process PDF iconhere.
  •  Understanding Elections informs new and all voters about the different political parties, types of elections, and the Electoral College PDF iconhere. 
  • Mail-in and Absentee Voting demystifies this process for ALL VOTERS, with comprehensive information in a step-by-step guide PDF iconhere.

4.  Three NEW INFOGRAPHICS for ALL VOTERS will answer the important questions citizens are asking:

                COMING SOON: How to Vote Infographic

 

Amy Kleissas 

LWVPGH High School Voter Outreach, Chair

Civic.education [at] lwvpgh.org ()     

 

Outreach Coordinators: Susan Duncan, Susan Fair, Joanne Moore, Ruth Quint, Darcy Zotter