Voter registration and voter engagement are critical power-building strategies for Mid-City CAN. By registering and encouraging people who don’t normally vote to participate we are building a stronger and more robust democracy. Increasing the number of voters in City Heights also ensures that City Heights becomes more powerful, that resources are invested more equitably in the community, and that residents' needs are taken seriously by decision-makers. The voters who chose to, are then linked to Momentum Team campaigns where they can actively engage on the issues critical to their daily lives.
This September, Mid-City CAN’s Civic Engagement Team is launching our efforts to mobilize voters for the November 6 general election. You'll see us out and about in the community wearing our I Love City Heights shirts while knocking on our neighbors' doors, phone-calling, and organizing events to promote voter participation.
Upcoming opportunities to build power in the community with Mid-City CAN:
|Date||Activity||How you can get involved|
|September 17 - 21||High School Voter Registration Week||
Sign up to volunteer
|September 25||National Voter Registration Day|
|October 29 - November 6||Get Out The Vote week|
|November 6||DAY OF THE ELECTION||Vote, tell your friends & family to vote!|
Resources for voters:
|KPBS Voters' Guide||Find the races, polling location, and dates you can vote in.|
|Voter registration status||Check your voter registration status|
|Register to vote
||Sign up through our page and we'll verify your registration and update you with volunteer opportunities and important dates.|
For more information, click here to contact us!