Tag: Voting

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Action Alert   May 12, 2020
Let’s #VoteTogetherWV to give this primary the best turnout ever!
Want to make friends, win prizes, and connect with your neighbors about voting safely in the era of COVID-19? Join us for phone banking and helping your neighbors vote! With all of the changes due to the coronavirus pandemic, WV Citizen Action is joining together with our partners and allies to get information to voters about important dates and how they can vote absentee. The Vote Together WV coalition is hosting two phone bank shifts per week, where volunteers can support and encourage each other, win prizes, while making phone calls safely from home. Sign up here! More
Issues: ElectionsFair CourtsVotingVoting Rights
Action Alert Julie Archer April 28, 2020
Our Court, Our Vote – Judges Are on the Ballot: Know Your Judicial Candidates
West Virginia voters will elect three justices to the West Virginia Supreme Court in the upcoming primary election.  WV Citizens for Clean Elections is excited to launch a new website, wvcourtelections.org, to help voters learn more about these elections and the judicial candidates. Our rights as voters, workers, parents, and community members depend on the decisions of our elected judges. It is imperative that we are better informed about our courts and the judicial candidates so that we can use our right to vote effectively. More
Issues: EducationElectionsFair CourtsVotingVoting RightsWorkers
Action Alert   April 24, 2020
COVID-19 and Voting: Help Your Neighbors Vote!
The West Virginia Primary Election is coming up fast on June 9, and it's going to take ALL OF US to help people vote in the era of COVID-19! We’re looking for volunteers to make phone calls from their homes from April 30 until June 9. We’ll provide virtual trainings, scripts, phone numbers, staff who are on call to answer questions, and all the info you need to get started. Join us for the Vote Together WV phone bank launch and training, Thursday, April 30, 5-8:30PM. Sign up here. More
Issues: DemocracyElectionsFair CourtsVotingVoting Rights
Action Alert Julie Archer March 20, 2020
Covid-19 and voting: YOU are now eligible to vote absentee!
In order to ensure people can exercise their right to vote during this public health crisis, anyone can cite health concerns as a reason for voting absentee. Update (3/31/20): All registered voters will be mailed an absentee ballot application for the 2020 primary and judicial elections. Update (4/7/20): The election has been delayed until June 9, past the anticipated peak of the coronavirus outbreak. Important deadlines to keep in mind with the new election date and other information here. More
Issues: DemocracyElectionsHealthcareVoting
Action Alert   March 20, 2020
COVID-19: Four things you can do today!
Many of us are still sorting out what the spread of COVID-19 means for us, and how to take care of our neighbors, family members, and selves. This is a time for us to look out for each other...and to demand that our government DOES ITS JOB to take care of us too. Here are four things you can do today! More
Issues: ElectionsHealthcareKids and familiesSick leaveUnemployment benefitsVotingWorkers
Action Alert   October 30, 2018
Make a Plan to Vote & Vote Early
Early voting is underway now through Saturday, November 3. It’s important to make sure you’re ready to vote. This means making sure you have your ID, informing yourself about the issues and candidates, and last but not least, getting yourself to the polls. Use our election app to make a plan to vote and vote early. Can't vote early? Election Day is Tuesday, November 6. More
Issues: Budget prioritiesElectionsFair CourtsHealthcareVoting
Action Alert   October 16, 2018
Be Registered & Be Ready: Voter Registration Deadline is Today
Today is the deadline to register to in the upcoming election. With many important races on the ballot this year, it’s important to make sure you’re registered to vote and ready to vote. Check your status and/or register today. Don't miss a chance to make your voice heard in November.   More
Issues: ElectionsVotingVoting Rights