National Voter Registration Day A Success in WA!

03 Oct 2019 6:01 PM | Anonymous

Last Tuesday, September 24, was National Voter Registration Day (NVRD). Established in 2012, this day is an opportunity for voting advocacy groups across the country to get people registered--and excited--to vote. The League of Women Voters is the largest organizational partner in the effort and this year there were more than 500 voter registration events hosted by local Leagues in cities and towns across the country.  

Leagues right here in Washington registered and educated  hundreds of voters (and future voters!). The photos below are just a snapshot of the many events across the state last Tuesday. 






Above: LWV Kittitas County at Bite of the Burg in Ellensburg--special thanks to CWU students Landis,Ally, Sadie and Grace! (photos  by Mollie Edson). 

Below: Klickitat-Skamania Unit-at-Large voter registration (Photos 1-3 at Lyle Market, taken by Rick George; photo 4 from Stevenson Market taken by Chris Fisher).





Below: Volunteers in front of the Seattle Public library. (Photo by Jan Monti)


Below: Joan Spencer registers students at Bainbridge High School on Tuesday, Sept. 24, National Voter Registration Day. (Photo by Julie Shryock)


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