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Voter engagement is a powerful way for nonprofits to stand up for our communities during this chaotic time. 

We learned from California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and election officials about important changes to this year's election process and real-world strategies for voter engagement from nonprofit leaders. 

Election Updates and Tips from Election Officials and Nonprofit Leaders

Recorded on Wednesday, August 12, 2020
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Now more than ever we nonprofits need to stand up for the issues our communities care about and take our missions to the ballot box. 

Note: 501c3 nonprofits are not allowed to be partisan, which means we cannot support or oppose any parties or candidates running for office. We can – and should – educate our communities about issues and ballot measures, work with elected officials, and encourage folks to register and vote if they can.

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