Educating Voters and Candidates on
Supportive Housing and Homeless Issues
There are 36 Senators and 36 governors up for election this year, along with all 435 Members of the House of Representatives. This election is a chance for housing and homeless advocates as well as supportive service providers to change the debate.
Learn how your organization can legally and effectively educate voters and candidates on housing issues in the upcoming midterm elections.
The webinar will include:
A brief overview of Voterization and the role voter and candidate education plays in the process.
- A discussion of housing as an election issue.
- The law and general guidelines for remaining nonpartisan as a 501(c)(3).
- An overview of events and materials that can be used to educate voters and candidates.
- Examples of candidate questionnaires, legislative scorecards, and candidate forums that are allowable to educate voters and candidates on housing issues.
- An opportunity to ask questions of staff and discuss best practices.
Click here to register for the webinar.
Click here to learn more about NLIHC’s Voterization Project.