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2024 Voter Outreach Planning Meeting
November 29 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Are you tired of seeing our legislators rewrite elections law and make it harder to vote? Do you feel helpless in the face of gerrymandered maps engineered to silence voters and keep politicians in power? Are you worried about the fate of elections in 2024? Then get on board!
Our 2024 Voter Outreach Team will play a critical role in registering, informing and motivating voters in our community.*
At this organizational meeting, Indivisible AVL will:
- Highlight areas of the new legislative and Congressional maps in light of voter turnout needed in WNC, especially Buncombe County;
- Present an overview of successful outreach strategies, including deep canvassing, tabling, phone and text banking, relational organizing, and vote tripling; and
- Facilitate initial planning with our local partner organizations to outline ways to together in the year ahead.
This meeting is primarily for our community partners and Indivisible AVL volunteers who are interested in taking an active role on the coordinated voter outreach team.
If you’re interested in taking part in specific outreach activities, such as a future canvassing or tabling event, but not in serving on the voter outreach leadership team, please drop us a line at email@example.com. We’ll be rolling out activities early in 2024 and will need lots of volunteers!
But if you’re interested in learning more about voter outreach in ’24, even if you’re not sure of your level of commitment at this point, please join us for this organizational meeting on the 29th. This is the best way to learn what’s involved and see how you might want to fit in. You’ll also have a chance to learn more about our partners’ work in the community.
* Voter turnout can make all the difference in elections. In Buncombe County there are 205,648 registered voters, but in the 2020 election almost 22% – over a fifth – didn’t vote. In the 2022 election, that number was over 41%.
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