For Community Organizers For resources you can use to educate your community, click here. For county-specific information and resources, click here. Ways to Provide Leadership Community involvement is essential to ensure that voters are prepared for the big changes ahead for our elections. There are many ways to be involved. For example, you can: Share your perspective and the perspectives of your community with county officials as they determine where to place vote centers, how to reach diverse groups of voters, etc. Provide language translations for key materials Incorporate tested messages into your voter contact material Help develop local strategies to educate your community Disseminate key messages and materials to your community Help customize educational materials for your community Host community trainings Speak at community events Use social media to get the word out Serve as a media spokesperson Who Should Get Involved? There are roles for all types of leaders and organizations, including: Civic organizations and community-based efforts, with professional staff or run by volunteers Service providers Civil rights and advocacy groups Voter outreach organizations State and local government agencies Community leaders, such as clergy and other trusted leaders Elected and appointed leaders Interested local residents Campaigns Researchers Get Involved Want to get started preparing you community for the Voter’s Choice Act? Consider joining VCC’s statewide coalition or local hubs in counties implementing the Voter’s Choice Act. Click here to receive updates and materials you can share with your community. Check out our list of ways voters can get involved in the process today.