(This event happened on October 19th, but you can watch the recording below!)
We're weeks away from a historic election. Do you have questions about the offices on your ballot? Do you know what the job description is for a State Senator or the Lieutenant Governor?
Bring your ballot on October 19th and tune in to hang with Stand for Children staff and volunteers as we explain the statewide races and referendums on your ballot this year in a nonpartisan and supportive environment during our 2020 Ballot Party.
This event is designed to be helpful for first-time voters, new Washington state residents, and anyone looking for a refresher on state politics. This will be an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the elections process in Washington state.
During the party we'll be discussing:
- how government works
- the details on referendums on advisory votes
- job descriptions for candidate offices
- how to research candidates and find voter information
This will be a nonpartisan event, which means we will focus our conversation on the offices, races, and referendums on your ballot (without regard for who you plan to vote for). We ask that participants do not campaign for support of any specific party or candidate during the Ballot Party in order to maintain a supportive community environment.
And if you haven't done it yet, check right now to make sure your address is up-to-date on your voter registration! Then sign-up to join the fun at our party.