Native Vote provides training and webinars to help tribal leaders and coordinators learn how to get out the vote!
Phone Banking and Social Media for GOTNV Efforts
Join the Native Vote team and guest speakers Jessica Garson (ISSI) and Prairie Rose Seminole (White House "Go Run" Program and Wellstone Action) to learn how to host your own phone bank, utilize social media to mobilize voters, and get people in your community registered!
Opportunities for Youth Organizations in Indian Country
Join the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) to learn more about the nonpartisan Native Vote campaign. Learn about numerous opportunities for your youth organization to support the campaign, engage your community, and use Native Vote tools as program ideas for your youth organization.
Rocking the Native Vote
Civically informed youth are civically engaged youth! 42 percent-nearly half-of the American Indian and Alaska Native population is under the age of 24. As Indian Country's future leaders, it is important that Native youth are civically informed and prepared to engage in elections. 2012 is an important election year and an opportune time to engage youth and educate them about voting rights and civic responsibility.
During this webinar, educators, tribal leaders, youth coordinators, and mentors can learn about Native Vote's new partnership with Rock the Vote, the Native-specific supplement to the Rock the Vote "Democracy Day" one-class curriculum and ways to get involved with Rock the Native Vote Youth Week, September 24-28th, 2012.
Native Vote for Non-Profits
Indian Country is committed to the largest Native Vote turnout EVER this year.
In partnership with Alliance for Justice, this webinar covers what Native non-profits can and can't do to help reach this important goal!
This session covers the federal rules regarding electoral activities for 501(c)(3)s, including voter registration drives, candidate questionnaires, candidate forums and legislative scorecards.
Rocking the Native Vote: Tools and Tips for Engagement
The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)(www.ncai.org) held a training at its Executive Council Winter Session in Washington, DC to discuss the recent call to action by NCAI to turn out the largest Native Vote in history.
The panel was lead by Peggy Flanagan, Native American Leadership Program Director at Wellstone Action and joined by representatives from new Native Vote partner organizations Heather Smith, President, Rock the Vote and Cietta Kiandoli, Program Director, State Voices. Peter Morris and Robert Holden of NCAI joined the panel.
As part of the Native Vote campaign's focus on youth, panelists discussed strategies to engage and educate Native youth, as well as tools that tribes can use to identify and educate voters in tribal communities