4 Easy Steps to Hosting a Successful Online & Paperless Voter Registration Campaign in Your Church With Called to Vote
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The Called to Vote system is completely paperless in the 38 states where new voters can register entirely online. You will need to secure 2-5 laptop computers or iPads, internet access, folding tables, and some chairs. Then set the computer internet browser to your state’s voter registration website where users can sit down and immediately start the voter registration process. Find Your State’s Voter Registration Information.
NOTE: For the states that do not have online voter registration, you will need to arrange have printers on hand to print out the voter registration forms for new voters to sign. If you also can provide self-addressed stamped envelopes, this will help ensure the potential new voter gets the form to the local elections office.
4. Stay Legal
Tips from an Alliance Defending Freedom attorney:
- Emphasize registration, not politics.
- Allow people from every political party to register.
- Don’t make issue statements like “do your part for pro-life candidates” that can be construed as endorsements.
- Don’t tell people who you’re voting for during registration.