Voter engagement resources

The Right Question Institute’s “Why Vote?” voter engagement strategy is a way for organizations working in low-income communities to strengthen people’s motivation and determination to vote. It allows people to explore connections between public services that are important to them, decisions made by elected officials, and voting. It prepares people to take action: to navigate complex public systems, ask questions and have their voices heard, and vote. Below are some key resources organizations can use to engage people in their communities who are not regular voters. To learn more, contact us.

Engage voters with a new and effective strategy

An online version of the "Why Vote?" Tool

Organizations supporting voter engagement and mobilization

People making their voices heard: videos

Participants in RQI’s 2004 Voter Education Initiative created a video narrative series. Each video is directed, edited, and narrated by the storytellers themselves.

RQI voter engagement resources and tools for self-advocacy

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