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The RQI “Why Vote?” Tool: Reaching more voters in low-income communities - Shared screen with speaker view
Nancy Dahl
27:46
Nancy in Tacoma, WA
Heidi Ziemer
27:47
Heidi from Buffalo, NY
Teresa Torres
27:54
Teresa Torres Vancouver WA
Virginia Peterson
28:01
Ginny Peterson, Tacoma WA
Charles Franich
28:08
Charles Franich and Ruth Hannon from Milton, MA.
Tricia Hunt
28:21
Tricia from New Hampshire
SAUDI ELLIS
29:03
Sorry, Saudi from Orlando, FL
Naomi Campbell
29:13
Welcome everyone! Be sure to share in the chat with “All panelists and attendees” not just “All panelists"
Bill Madsen
30:04
Bill Madsen Mass
Tricia Hunt
36:43
Public Housing, Medicaid, Food Stamps
Teresa Torres
36:50
Housing, Health care Schools but please add libraries!
Heidi Ziemer
36:53
Libraries, GED, Special Ed
Leslie Dierauf
36:56
healthcare, neighborhoods, immigration
Nancy Dahl
36:58
Jobs, Housing, Schools
SAUDI ELLIS
37:07
Housing, Healthcare, Jobs
Virginia Peterson
37:20
Healthcare, Housing, Courts, Ginny in WA
Charles Franich
37:23
Housing, Health Care, Schools
Yeja Dunn
39:13
Yes, slides will be available after the webinar.
Heidi Ziemer
39:18
adult learners want to take ownership of their learning
Tricia Hunt
39:32
So they keep in office or vote into office officials who will maintain or create the services that are most important to them
Christine Kent
39:32
They would be able to add input and become more engaged in the decision process.
Nancy Dahl
39:34
Will be an authentic belief rather than make them sceptick
Maxine Lobel
39:36
Seeing the connection enables people to be empowered to know what they need to know and what they need to do
Virginia Peterson
39:54
Ginny in WA: Because it is more persuasive when folks make the conclusion
Trenia Miles
40:05
So they can understand and know the impact of those elected and the services they receive.
Leslie Dierauf
40:13
Voting for elected officials helps me and my family, once results are final, access services important to us
Leslie Dierauf
41:07
Is it safe to vote?
Maxine Lobel
41:23
What positions do candidates have on the issues I most care about
Virginia Peterson
41:28
Ginny in WA: How to vote (by mail?) Where to vote? Who can answer my questions?
Trenia Miles
41:30
Will I understand what is written on the ballot?
Tricia Hunt
41:42
can I bring my kids?
Leslie Dierauf
41:43
How can I access a ballot? How do I know who is the best candidate?
Nancy Dahl
42:00
Will they really support me or will they support their party?
Heidi Ziemer
42:10
will my vote e counted?
Charles Franich
42:15
Where can I vote? Do I need to show any identification? How do I learn who is running for office?
Maxine Lobel
42:27
Will my vote count? What are trusted resources? What are all the details I need to know such as early voting, USPS issues for mail-in-ballot
Leslie Dierauf
43:17
to persuade a potential voter it is important to make a connection with them and their needs.
Nancy Dahl
43:26
We have advocates have more to work with in engaging these voters.
Teresa Torres
43:26
People are afraid to vote.
Heidi Ziemer
43:52
Would people always know what we are referring to in the visual? Would there need to be an opportunity to provide examples? For example, if the group did not know about "GED" would there be an opportunity to explain it or give examples?
SAUDI ELLIS
44:35
Not knowing what to do or understanding that your vote counts is an impediment
Maxine Lobel
44:36
how to distinguish between real truthful info and disinformation
Nancy Dahl
44:38
Would people need a discussion of what government does?
Ann Gainey
45:21
suggest reviewing League of Women Voters website for information on voter registration and voting
Yeja Dunn
49:11
All resources are also available in Spanish
Virginia Peterson
53:26
Ginny: It is respectful of folks at all levels of involvement!
Nancy Dahl
53:32
Examples of effective ways to use it.
Maxine Lobel
53:33
very accessible and concrete
Leslie Dierauf
53:42
I am concerned that if a voter has some fears regarding voting, why they would go to use the tool at all?
Heidi Ziemer
54:17
Encourages discussion and inquiry!
Bonnie Temple
54:19
does the form require literacy/
Teresa Torres
01:01:48
Our League of Women Voters is doing presentations to students. I think this is an excellent tool to incorporate in our presentations.
Christine Kent
01:01:55
We could use it in mini parent webinars and in high school curriculum.
Nancy Dahl
01:01:55
We are using OutreachCircle to connect with potential voters. we have used the idea to challenge people to have a conversation with friends using the tool steps.
Maxine Lobel
01:02:02
Could be used in fliers that we share with Community Health Centers; Can be used in a zoom meeting with parents of students all of whom live in marginalized communities.
Leslie Dierauf
01:02:10
perhaps insuring our libraries have the tool in their toolkit
Tricia Hunt
01:02:18
In our home visiting program and as an activity in our parent ed program (at a Family Resource Center)
Virginia Peterson
01:02:30
Share this tool with our Partners in community ethnic organizations
Dan Rothstein
01:05:02
So true, Luz! And very clear that these participants have great ideas on how to use it. we want to hear from them when they use it!
Yeja Dunn
01:10:54
tinyurl.com/SepWebRQI
Yeja Dunn
01:14:03
Hmm its working for me when I copy/paste it
Naomi Campbell
01:15:13
Me too..
Yeja Dunn
01:17:16
yeah sadly can't hyperlink in the chat
Sue Grosdidier
01:18:36
Thank you!