At the eulogy for George Floyd we were reminded our movement won’t rest. We will continue to fight on until there is justice. To those who have marched and protested around our country and throughout the world, thank you.
For more than a year a number of us have been working hard to register voters in Philadelphia. A few months ago a group coalesced to become the Philly Voter Engagement Network, meeting on a weekly basis to promote voter registration and voter engagement. My contribution this past Friday was the development of a Register to Vote flyer. Feel free to post it in your community, share with organizations and networks.
The flyer was created for these COVID-19 times. A person can scan the QR Code with their smartphone and fill out the PA Department of State’s PA online voter registration form. Another QR Code (QR is short for quick response, created by a company, Denso Wave) links a prospective or a re-registering voter to a page for printing a hard copy voter registration application form.
The register to vote flyer will be an effective tool for registering or updating a voter registration record under the following conditions:
- Attached to a sign while in public spaces
- Attending protest marches, rallies or vigils
- At other socially-distanced events
- Placing on community bulletin boards
- Displaying in local shop windows
Feel free to copy, distribute and reproduce this flyer. Share it with your network.
Together, we know our voices can be heard. Be safe. Be a voter.