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Scrutineers is a national, nonpartisan election protection organization. One of the ways we work to protect elections is by teaching people to observe the vote processing and counting.
So many volunteers work to help ensure that folks can vote, and then go home when polls close, feeling powerless as election staff make decisions which votes will be counted and computers churn out election results.
Even after the polls close, we are not powerless! There’s still something really important that those volunteers can do: observe the processing and counting of votes. Scrutineers can teach Indivisibles how to do this crucial work. Volunteer observers sometimes catch errors that would otherwise go unnoticed and uncorrected!
Because this observation happens in the hours and days after voting ends, it won’t conflict with GOTV work or other work you’re doing up to and during voting. Observers will help ensure the fair counting of the votes you’re working so hard to make sure people can cast.
We’re doing a demo of our training, by invitation only, for leaders of voting rights and related groups in New Jersey, and I’m writing to invite you to attend. Will you join us?
Vote Count Observer DEMO Training for NJ Leaders
Date: Tuesday, May 9
Time: Noon Eastern
Length: Approximately one hour
Location: On Zoom. RSVP now at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEuc-qspzItHdHECj9LJcJRGQ0ynpIOu19A
Would you please share this invitation with other NJ Indivisible leaders you think might be interested?
You can learn more about this project at Scrutineers.org/after
Please let me know if you have any questions.
- Emily Levy and the Scrutineers Team
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I am a volunteer with Field Team 6, Register Democrats. Save the World. We are a national partisan voter registration organization. I am reaching out to you to see if you would be interested in partnering with us to register Democrats. We assist organizations with phonebanking, textbanking, postcarding, social storming, and in-person voter registration drives. Want to know more? Learn how to Partner with Us.
We offer a Partnership Training session every two weeks.
I also wanted to invite you to attend our Register Democrats Summit on March 16th.
This FREE all-day virtual summit will have panels providing information about key 2023 elections, tech & voter registration, messaging data, social media, how Gen-Z is saving the world, and how no state is too red or too blue.
This online event will feature guest speakers including Katie Porter, Abigail Spanberger, Adrian Fontes, Jocelyn Benson, Simon Rosenberg, and Gabe Vasquez.
You can RSVP for the event in the link above. We look forward to seeing you there. Please reach out if you have any questions or are interested in finding out more about partnering with us.
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My name is Brian Ray and I am a Campaigns Strategist with the New Jersey Student Sustainability Coalition. I want to share information about a youth educational and civic engagement opportunity that you might like to pass along to your network!
On Saturday, February 8th, the New Jersey Student Sustainability Coalition and our partners will be hosting the NJ Environmental Youth Training, which is a daylong training event for student environmental activists across the state to come together and develop environmental advocacy skills. Training sessions will be facilitated by leaders in NJ’s environmental sphere, from student organizations like NJPIRG Students and Greening Forward, to established national nonprofits like Food & Water Action and the Sierra Club. The event will be held on Saturday, February 8th from 10AM – 4PM at the Reformed Church of Highland Park on 19 South 2nd Avenue in Highland Park, NJ.
The event is free to attend, and youth of all backgrounds and experience levels are welcome! Students can register for the event at tiny.cc/njeyt. I hope you will share this opportunity with your students, and please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions! I can additionally send along fliers and social media posts to compliment your outreach process if you’d like to continue.
New Jersey Student Sustainability Coalition
Hope you’re having a pleasant day. I’m Arianna from the editorial team of GunPros. Our blog serves as a reliable resource that answers many of the most common questions new gun owners have, whether they use it for hobby, sports, home safety, among others.
I noticed you mentioned gun safety in your page: nj7citizensforchange.org. We wrote something about this too and thought you might want to check it out:
The 4 Universal Gun Safety Rules, Plus a Few More You Should Follow
I was wondering if you would like to syndicate this article? You may publish it on your site, or use it as a third party content by incorporating it in your existing article. We’ll only ask for you to cite the original published post.
Providing you herewith a Google doc copy in case you decide to publish:
Either way, please let me know if you decide to use the article. Then, as a token of good faith, my team and I will promote your site across our social channels to help broaden your content’s reach.
Looking forward to hearing back from you.