ENGAGING IN 2021 VOTER-RELATED ACTIVITIES
APRIL 13, 2021 @ 7:00 PM VIA ZOOM
Hear about ENVV. Who we are and what we do. Then…
FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN GET ENGAGED!
If you have any problems with registration, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Voting Information for Louisiana
For more information and to find your voting poll location, Go to GEAUXVOTE.com
For more information on issues on the December 5, 2020, ballot, CLICK HERE
April 24, 2021 – Open Municipal/U.S. Representative, Congressional District 2 State Representative Run Off, Representative District 82 Special General Election
The following is important information for the Saturday, April 24, 2021 Open Municipal/U.S. Representative, Congressional Districts 2 and 5/State Representative, Representative District 82 Special General Election:
- The deadline to register to vote in person or by mail is March 24.
- The deadline to register to vote through the GeauxVote Online Registration System is April 3.
- Early voting is April 10-17 (excluding Sunday, April 11) from 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
- The deadline to request an absentee by mail ballot is April 20 by 4:30 p.m. You can request an absentee by mail ballot online through our Voter Portal or in writing through your Registrar of Voters Office (other than military and overseas voters).
- The deadline for a registrar of voters to receive a voted mail ballot is April 23 by 4:30 p.m. (other than military and overseas voters).
Learn how to join our group of dynamic volunteers and activists, who truly make change happen.
NCJW GNO is a partner in the Engaging New Voices and Voters (ENVV) non-Partisan Coalition, co-led by NCJW and League of Women Voters, dedicated to registering voters, informing voters about issues related to the elections, and getting out the vote (GOTV). Please visit the Engaging New Voices and Voters website for information about election dates, polling locations, how to get involved in our voter registration efforts, and more.
YOU can be part of our Coalition: Engaging New Voices and Voters to facilitate registration for the upcoming mid-term elections.
Please email either Sylvia Finger (email@example.com) or Jill Israel (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you would like to be added to the coalition email list.
For more information on voting and voter registration, CLICK HERE
Read! Discuss! Engage! This program was completed on April 3
From the nation’s founding in 1776 to women’s suffrage in 1919, from the Voting Rights Act of 1965 to modern-day voter ID laws, voting rights have a complicated history in America. “Who Gets to Vote?” is a thoughtful reading and discussion series exploring how voting rights history intersects with the present.
The City Archives & Special Collections at New Orleans Public Library (NOPL) and the Friends of New Orleans Public Library are proud to present “Who Gets to Vote?”, a weekly reading and discussion series led by Professor Lo Faber starting March 13th, 2021.
Join us for one or all sessions!
Saturdays, 11am CST:
· 3/13/21 – Allan J. Lichtman, The Embattled Vote in America: From the Founding to the Present
· 3/20/21 – Martha S. Jones, Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote, and Insisted on Equality for All
· 3/27/21 – Carol Anderson, One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression Is Destroying Our Democracy
· 4/3/21 – Jeff Manza and Christopher Uggen, Locked Out: Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy
Zoom registration: https://bit.ly/3prOlul
Book request form (not required for attendance. Supplies limited, please select options for sessions you know you can attend): https://forms.gle/6P4theTsyz7ucxQA9.
Program hub page: http://archives.nolalibrary.org/~nopl/spec/WhoGetsToVote.htm
Questions? E-mail email@example.com or please give the City Archives a call at 504-596-2610. Don’t forget to check out the City Archives Facebook page at www.facebook.com/loudiv for updates #whogetstovote
This program is made possible through the Friends of New Orleans Public Library.
“Who Gets to Vote?” is a program of the Louisiana Endowment and is part of the “Why it Matters: Civic and Electoral Participation” initiative, administered by the Federation of State Humanities Councils and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.