PA Can Use Your Help In Getting The Word Out On Voter ID


Since the Voter ID law in Pennsylvania has been the focus of so much anger and frustration, I thought some of you (especially from the Philadelphia area) would like to take part in a program to get the word out and help voters with the information they need to get the job done. See below for details.

Penn Action will be participating in virtual phone banks this Tuesday and Wednesday evening about PA new Photo ID law and there's plenty of space for you to join in. Would you like to make calls to ensure that your PA neighbors know what they'll need to be able to vote in November?

What's a virtual phone bank?

You call from home using your phone and a computer that can hook up to the Internet. People you call do not see your phone number. Everything you need is available on your computer via the Internet.    A short training will be provided before the calling starts and tech support will be available all evening to make the whole process as easy as possible.

If you are interested in making calls on either Tuesday or Wednesday, please RSVP at the following links ASAP.

Tuesday phone banking from home: Click here to RSVP.

Wednesday phone banking from home: Click here to RSVP.

Since July, Penn Action supporters have been working hard in Bucks County to reach out to citizens most likely to be at risk of lacking the government-issued photo ID they'll need to vote in November.   On Tuesday and Wednesday, we'll be reaching out across the state to do the same.   We'd love to have you join us in this important effort.

UPDATE: Tuesday is now full.


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