partisan redistricting

Special Edition National Call Nov. 19 8 PM

Big things ahead! Join the RepresentUs National Leaders’ Call to get the inside scoop on some exciting updates to our Volunteer Program.

We asked volunteer leaders how to improve the RepresentUs volunteer experience, and now we’re putting your ideas into practice. Over the next few weeks RepresentUs will be rolling out a revamped volunteer program. This includes re-thinking how we guide volunteers to take action and unveiling two brand new volunteer teams that folks across the U.S. can join. 

Join our call to hear from RepresentUs Organizing Manager James Jameson about where the volunteer program is headed, and ask any questions that may arise during the presentation. Not a leader? No worries, all RepresentUs volunteers and supporters are welcome to listen in. 

Here is everything you need to know:

What: SPECIAL EDITION RepresentUs Leaders’ Call

When: Tuesday, November 19th at 8pm ET

Why: Get the inside scoop on some exciting changes to the RepresentUs Volunteer Program

You can join the call by clicking through this link: https://zoom.us/j/896222638 or by calling into 669-900-6833 with the Webinar ID: 896 222 638


Sign up here to get all the info you need to join sent to your email: https://volunteer.represent.us/nlc_111919?fbclid=IwAR2viCuHzyD7B4PK_anZ6rgocaceF3ZWoUZ5_ZLzTQXfTu9ySkZY92RkrpY

Election Reform & Voting Rights

Jan. 27          1 pm – 3 pm

JOIN STAND CENTRAL NJ

January 27, 2018
1 pm – 3 pm
Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing
268 Washington Crossing-Pennington Rd, Titusville NJ

Join STAND CNJ and New Jersey leaders as we learn how we can remove obstacles
that lead to voter suppression, address partisan redistricting, and ensure access to voting for disenfranchised communities.

Join our informed panelists:
Adriana Abizadeh, executive director, LALDEF (Latin American Legal Defense & Education Fund )
Jesse Burns, executive director, New Jersey League of Women Voters
David Goodman, Represent.Us/Central New Jersey
Julia Sass Rubin, Good Government Coalition New Jersey
Amol Sinha, executive director, ACLU-NJ