July 30, 2020

Ways to Stay Engaged While You Stay Home: July 31 Edition

Annamarie Hufford-Bucklin Network Advancement Fellow


During these unprecedented times, ACS continues to provide a virtual forum for our network to engage and work toward a Constitution that is truly “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” Here are some ways to help you stay engaged while in-person events are canceled. Do you have ideas we should include in future editions? Let us know by emailing info@acslaw.org

Check Your Voter Registration Status: Go to vote.org to check your voter registration status! If you plan on voting by mail, be sure to check out new guidance from USPS on mailing in your ballot here.

Sign up to be a Poll Worker: ACS is partnering with Power the Polls to recruit volunteers to address the critical shortage of poll workers in jurisdictions around the country. Sign up here! When you sign up, you’ll get connected to your local election office so you can learn more about serving as a poll worker.

Election Protection Work: ACS is partnering with the national, nonpartisan Election Protection coalition to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to vote and have that vote count. Election Protection provides voters from coast to coast with comprehensive information and assistance at all stages of voting – from registration, to absentee and early voting, to casting a vote at the polls, to overcoming obstacles to their participation. Lawyers and law student volunteers are needed to help staff hotlines and on-the-ground efforts. Sign up here, or email LCEmails@acslaw.org.

Constitution in the Classroom: Sign up to teach a virtual class on voting rights with Constitution in the Classroom on or around Constitution Day, September 17th! For more information email LCEmails@acslaw.org.