(that's 2.8 million of those from the Greater Philadelphia region), the Committee of Seventy galvanizes the business community, media partners and major civic institutions, and calls on each to play a leadership role in their organization. Together, we can ensure a vibrant local democracy and prosperous democratic republic.
According to this case study from Harvard’s Ash Center, organizations can make a difference and also benefit from civic engagement initiatives.
Leadership and staff support is critical; money is not. C70 is here to help you make use of organization-wide emails and intranet, social media, Employee Resource Groups to enact a successful civic engagement campaign in your organization.
C70 will help you create a tailored plan to promote National Voter Registration Day, Vote at Home process and deadlines, and Election Day, including sample messages and a communications calendar.
C70 will provide your organization with tools and resources to learn about the candidates including our renowned Voter Guide and BYOBallot tool, and an interactive briefing to help employees learn about the recent big changes to PA’s election law, find their polling place, learn about the offices and candidates on the ballot, and answer their questions.
Next level partnerships: C70 can help you promote voter participation and active citizenship with your external stakeholders, customers and community, too.
WeVote Ambassadors are encouraged to gather their community (over an activity of your choice) to chat about the election. C70 will provide ambassadors with free, non-partisan digital and printed materials to ensure every member of your community can vote. As trusted messengers, WeVote Ambassadors will provide their networks with critical information and resources they need to successfully cast their ballot this election. If you're interested in becoming a WeVote Ambassador, please email Ashley Session.