The 2018 Youth Voter Registration Project aims to engage high school, community college, and vocational school students in the electoral process. In collaboration with Inspire U.S., a national nonpartisan organization, the LWVLC will hold events at 5 local schools. The events will include a screening of the Southern Poverty Law Center's documentary "Selma: The Bridge to the Ballot" and a panel discussion. The LWVLC will also be sharing information with students about the voting process and how to register at these events.


Student Political Activism on the Rise

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